Teresa Rupp is a professor of medieval history at Mount St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg, Maryland. She is an amateur pianist, studying the Taubman approach with Dr. John Wickelgren at Frederick Community College. She also plays violin and viola, the latter as a member of the Frederick Symphony Orchestra and the Eklektika String Quartet.

Women of exceptional accomplishment: eight women composers

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Editor's note: Nicholas Phillips wrote a companion piece recommending intermediate repertoire from these eight composers. You can find it here . Recently I participated in a concert featuring works by women composers at the community college where I study piano. I am an amateur pianist but a historian by profession, and I was curious about the back...
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