Linda Pearse

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Baroque trombonist and emergent musicologist Linda Pearse is an Associate Professor of Music at Mount Allison University and lectures on Early
Trombones at the Historical Performance Institute at Indiana University Bloomington and at McGill University. Recent performances include concerts
with La Rose des Vents, The Toronto Consort, Tafelmusik, Pacific MusicWorks, and with Early Music Vancouver as well as other period ensembles
and festivals. Pearse serves as the Artistic Director of the San Francisco Early Music Summer Baroque Workshop, the Sackville Festival of Early
Music and of ¡Sacabuche! Pearse’s intercultural projects engage new music, early music, texts, soundscapes, and images in conversations that
explore cultural contacts, identity, and collisions in the Early Modern Period. She pursues her research interests in intercultural encounter at
McGill University’s Schulich School of Music (mentor: Julie Cumming) and publishes on intercultural collaboration. Pearse’s work receives frequent
support from SSHRC, the Canada Council for the Arts, FACTOR, and other agencies. Her critical edition of Seventeenth-Century Italian Motets with
Trombone is published with A-R Editions. With ¡Sacabuche! she released an album of Seventeenth-century Italian Motets on the ATMA Classique
label. She is currently preparing a co-authored volume, A Catalogue of Music for the Early Trombone for publication

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