Jeannie Lovett Barrick serves on the music theory faculty at Texas Tech University where she teaches all levels of undergraduate music theory and aural skills. Barrick also performs regularly with the Austin-based professional choral ensemble, Conspirare, which has been nominated for five Grammy awards since 2006. Barrick can be heard on Grammy-nominated Conspirare recordings, Requiem (Harmonia Mundi, 2006), Threshold of Night (Harmonia Mundi, 2008), and Conspirare in Concert (Harmonia Mundi, 2009) which was recorded as a CD and DVD as part of the national fundraising effort for PBS television in the spring of 2009. Barrick was hired to teach Kodaly musicianship courses at Westminster Choir College as part of a professional development offering during the summer of 2010. In 2012, she was invited to Louisiana State University as a guest soloist with the LSU Schola Cantorum where she performed Colin Britt's "House of Clouds" and Bach's "Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen" from Cantata #51. While at LSU, Barrick also presented a paper entitled, "A Tale of Two Byrds: The English Anthems and Latin Motets in the Context of the English Reformation." She was also recently invited to review a music theory textbook for Routledge publishing company. Recent solo performances include Sviridov's "Zorju Bjut" at Carnegie Hall, Bach's St. Matthew Passion, Mozart's C Minor Mass, Haydn's Lord Nelson Mass, and Allegri's Miserere Mei.
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