Zoey M. Cochran is a PhD candidate at McGill University, where she studies the politics of early eighteenth-century drammi per musica created in Italy under Austrian domination. More generally, she focuses on the relationship between opera, Italian language and cultural history, and Italian identity. She has presented at international conferences on topics ranging from the madrigal to Italian fascist operas and her research on the use of Tuscan in eighteenth-century Neapolitan comic opera won her the Proctor prize (2012). She also specializes in Italian lyric diction, which she teaches at the Université de Montréal and the Conservatoire.
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