Academic Positions and Awards I Publications I Courses I Masterclasses I Workshops
Guest Teaching I Professional Activities I Grants I Rutgers-Camden Concerts
CURRICULUM VITAE - Pt. 1: Academic Work
JULIANNE C. BAIRD
Professor of Music
Fine Arts Department
Camden, NJ 08102
EARNED ACADEMIC DEGREES
Stanford University, Ph.D. (Musicology) June, 1991
Eastman School of Music M.A. Musicology, 1976
Mozarteum (Salzburg, Austria) Diplom Aufführungspraxis, l977
Eastman School of Music, B.A. Music History,1973
University, Honorary Doctorate of Music, May 1995
Professor of Music, Department of Fine Arts, Camden College of Arts and Sciences, Rutgers University, Camden, NJ (Assistant Professor 1989-1991; Associate Professor 1992-1997)
Regents Award. University of California at Santa Cruz. February 1997.
Presidential Award. Stanford University. Internationally Recognized Graduate of Music Department. February 1997.
Honorary Doctorate. Shenandoah University. May 1995.
Award for Scholarly Excellence. Rutgers University. May 1992.
Noah Greenburg Award of the American Musicological Society. 1991.
Astral Foundation Award. 1991, 1990, 1988, 1987.
Assistant Professor, West Chester University. 1983-1988.
Austrian Government Grant. 1977.
Introduction to the Art of Singing by Johann Friedrich Agricola, edited and translated by Julianne C. Baird. Cambridge University Press, 1995 0-521-45428-X
CHAPTERS IN BOOKS
Chapter Two "Solo Singing 2: The Bel Canto Style" for Guide to Performing 17th century Music by Julianne Baird pp. 30-42. Schirmer Books, 1997. ISBN 0-02-870492-4
"Beyond the Beautiful Pearl" from Inside Early Music: Conversations with Performers (Chapter Twelve pp. 225-242) Oxford University Press, 1997 by Julianne Baird edited and complied by Bernard D. Sherman 199 ISBN 0-19-509708-4
"An l8th-century controversy about the trill: Mancini versus Manfredini." Early Music, xv (l987) pp. 36-45
"The Castrati: Toward the Understanding of an Idiomatic Technique" Continuo
WORKS IN PROGRESS
The Songbooks of Jane Austen for Oxford University Press
Graduate Liberal Studies Program "Opera in its Time"
Introduction to Music
Music History (Medieval and Renaissance)
Structure and Style Analysis
Music Literature: "The Cantatas of Johann Sebastian Bach"
History of Music : "The Classical Era"
Literature of Music: "Romantic Music
History of Music: "Baroque Period"
Literature of Music "Beethoven Seminar"
History of Music: "Baroque Period"
Literature of Music: "The Symphony"
History of Music: "Romantic Period "
Literature of Music "The Operas of Giuseppe Verdi"
Literature of Music "Seminar in Mozart Studies
Literature of Music "Opera"
11/3/00 Columbus, Ohio with the Aulos Ensemble
11/10/00 Atlanta, Emory University
10/29/99 Williams College, Williamstown, MA1998
11/1/99 New York City: Millenial Arts/ to prepare professional NY singers for a staged performance of Messiah
12/12/99--John Jay Theatre, NYC
11/30/98 University of Washington
11/19/98 Weslyan University of Connecticut
4/24/98 Wake Forest University
3/21/98 Case Western Reserve University
3/5/98 El Camino College, California
2.13/ 98 Davidson College, North Carolina
2/17/98 Wingate University, North Carolina
1/29/98 Westminster Choir College, Ryder College, Princeton
12/5/97 University of Mississippi, Oxford
11/14/97 University of Miami, Coral Gables
8/97 Amherst College
3/12/97 Union College, Tennessee
3/3/97 Bridgewater College Virginia
2/12/97 University of California at Santa Cruz
2/28/97 Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University
2/7/97 Austin College, Sherman Texas
11/14/96 Oregon State UniveritySelected Masterclasses -- Prior to 1995
11/15/96 Willamette University, Oregon
8/96 Amherst College
4/96 Case Western Reserve University, Ohio
West Chester University, Pennsylvania (1995, 1984)
Amherst College (1995-1987; l980; 82-84-86)
Canadian Opera Company/ Toronto Canada (1991)
Bach Aria Festival Workshop SUNY Stony Brook (1991)
Eastman School of Music/ Rochester NY (1991, 1985)
Vancouver Society for Early Music (1990-1984)
San Francisco Early Music Society (1990)
Stanford University, California (1988)
Princeton University (l987)
University of Wisconsin Milwaukee (l987)
Westminster Choir College Princeton (l987)
Carnegie Mellon University (l986)
National Association of Teachers of Singing Philadelphia (l986)
New England Conservatory Boston, MA (l986)
National Association of Teachers of Singing (l986)
City Musick, Chicago IL (l986)
Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo Ontario (l983-84-85)
University of Toronto (l984)
Toronto Conservatory (l984)
University of Toronto (l984)
Dominican College of San Rafael, CA (l983-84)
University of North Carolina, Greensboro (l983)
Cordes, France (l983)
Case Western Reserve (l981-82)
WORKSHOPS / ARTIST IN RESIDENCE
Amherst College: Amherst Early Music Workshop 1980-2000
Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester
Rochester, N Y. (l987-present )
Case Western University, Cleveland Ohio (l987- present)
Union College, Tennessee: Residency (3/12-14/97)
Regents Fellowship: University of California at Santa Cruz (2/12/97 )
Regents Fellowship of the University of California at Santa Cruz for weeklong residency
University of Connecticut at Storrs: Amherst Early Music Workshop (8/00)
Tufts University: Amherst Early Music Workshop (8/99)
Atlanta, Emory University
Williams College, Williamstown, MA.
University of Washington (Seattle)
Weslyan University of Connecticut
Wake Forest University
El Camino College, California
Davidson College, North Carolina
Wingate University, North Carolina
Westminster Choir College, Ryder College, Princeton
University of Mississippi, Oxford
University of Miami, Coral Gables
Union College, Tennessee
Bridgewater College Virginia
University of California at Santa Cruz
Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University
Austin College, Sherman Texas
Oregon State Univerity
Willamette University, Oregon
Wilfred Laurier University, Canada
University of Wisconsin
Carnegie Mellon University
New England Conservatory
Dominican College, California
Toronto Conservatory of Music
University of North Carolina, Greensboro
Vancouver Society for Early Music
New York City: Millenial Arts
“The City Music” Chicago
MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
SCHOLARLY SERVICE TO THE PROFESSION
RUTGERS UNIVERSITY CONCERTS
Free performances by
Julianne Baird for the "Concert at Noon" series at Rutgers-Camden as well
as music for several special campus occasions, including a visit by the
delegates from South Africa, the Memorial for Coral Lansbury, and
the dinner honoring the President of Namibia in April, 1996.
|7/7/91||Concert: Works by Henry Purcell|
|7/5/92||Concert: Musica Dolce, Baird and Faculty|
|9/27/95||Recital: "Madness in Henry Purcell's Music"|
|11/14/95||Recital: "Homage to Henry Purcell"|
|7/13/95||Rutgers Fine Arts Festival, New Brunswick, NJ|
|2/24/90||with Kim Heindel, harpsichord|
|9/89||Concert in the Stedman Art Gallery with Ronn McFarlane|
|2/4/1998||"An Afternoon With Jane Austen, Marie Cornelia, narrator|
|3/3/99||"An Afternoon With Jane Austen, Marie Cornelia, narrator|
|3/31/99||Emily Dickinson through Song|
|11/17/99||In Shakespeare's Time: Music, Dance and Poetry|
|12/1/99||A Musical Joust at King Arthur's Court|
|2/23/00||The Songs of Joaquin Rodrigo|
|4/26/00||Madrigal Spring Program, Julianne Baird, director|