Vicente Chavarria, B.A. '09, M.M. '11, serves as Director of the Gloria Dei Choir in La Habra, CA. He recently presented papers on Mexican Baroque music at international conferences in Santa Barbara and Mexico City.
Kacey Link, M.M. '09, was the recipient of a Graduate Research Grant from the Center for Latin American Studies, which allowed her to pursue research on Argentinean tango music. She has traveled numerous times to Argentina and throughout the United States to ascertain contemporary performance practices of touring internationally-acclaimed Argentine tango artists/ensembles such as Nestor Marconi Trio, Sonia Possetti Sextet, Pablo Ziegler and Bajofondo.
Raquel M. Montalvo, M.M. '82, Ph.D. '91, has been teaching at the Inter American University of Puerto Rico for 30 years. She is an Associate Professor of Music and Music Education, Chair of the Graduate Music Education Program. She is the Music Minister at Centro Cristiano de Restauracion Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico.
Kendra Preston Leonard, M.M. '98, is highly active as a musicologist, with published articles and research presentations at such notable conferences as the 2012 Society for American Music Conference, 2012 South Central Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Conference, and the 2011 American Shakespeare Center Blackfriars Conference, to name a few.
Kyle Siebrecht, M.M. '08, became the Associate Director of the Center for the Humanities at the University of Miami in January 2009. She has served as marketing and management consultant to the Miami Bach Society/Tropical Baroque Music Festival andfounded Florida Historical Performance Company, where she is the Artistic Director. Siebrecht was Executive Director of Seattle International Music Festival, an international classical music festival for six years. The Festival, under the artistic direction of Dmitry Sitkovetsky, had a European orchestra in residence, and featured international artists such as Bella Davidovich and Vladimir Feltsman.