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Christopher Morrongiello

Professor In Music History

Hofstra University

HQ Phone:  (516) 463-6600

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Hofstra University

1000 Fulton Avenue

Hempstead, New York,11549

United States

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Hofstra University - Based in Hempstead, NY, Hofstra has an active Industrial/Organization Psychology program in both the undergraduate and graduate studies. Sirota maintains a strong connection with Hofstra having several interns having attended the universit...more

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IYA2009 Updates | Astronomy 2009

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Science educator Michael Francis, dressed as Galileo, gave a program on Galileo's telescope and his astronomical discoveries accompanied by Dr. Christopher Morrongiello (Hofstra University) who played lute music composed by Galileo's father and brother.


Meet The Artists - ALBACONSORT

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Christopher Morrongiello
(lute, baroque guitar, vihuela) a former British Marshall Scholar, is a graduate of the Mannes College of Music, the Royal College of Music, and the University of Oxford, where he earned a Ph.D. in musicology. As a recitalist, Christopher has performed to critical acclaim throughout Europe and the United States. In 1993 he was a prizewinner in the BBC Radio Two Young Musician of the Year Competition and in 1996 awarded a Marco Fodella Foundation Scholarship for research in Milan, Italy. In 2006, the Lute Society of America conferred upon him its first Patrick O'Brien LSA Seminar Lectureship. Heralded as an innovative music director and creator of large-scale dramatic works, Christopher has a gift for bringing music of the Renaissance and Baroque to life in its literary and social context. Christopher is a professor in music history at Hofstra University and teaches lute and related historical plucked instruments in his private studio in Long Island, New York. He is a member of the Venere Lute Quartet and directs the New York-based Bacheler Consort.


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Christopher Morrongiello
Christopher Morrongiello Lutenist Christopher Morrongiello, a former British Marshall Scholar, is a graduate of the Mannes College of Music, the Royal College of Music, and the University of Oxford, where he earned a doctorate in musicology. As a recitalist, Christopher has performed to critical acclaim throughout Europe and the United States. In 1993 he was a prizewinner in the BBC Radio Two Young Musician of the Year Competition and in 1996 was awarded a Marco Fodella Foundation Scholarship for studies and research in Milan, Italy. In 2006, the Lute Society of America conferred upon him its first Patrick O’Brien LSA Seminar Lectureship. Heralded as an innovative music director and creator of large-scale dramatic works, Christopher has a gift for bringing music of the Renaissance and Baroque to life in its literary and social context. His musical portrait of the Elizabethan muse and songstress Penelope Devereux, created for soprano Emily Van Evera (My Lady Rich, Avie Records 0045), has been described by Renaissance Magazine as “a presentation of unusual quality and beauty� and by the NY Times as “an inspired idea . . . a vivid and touching portrait.� Christopher is a professor in music history at Hofstra University and teaches lute and related historical plucked instruments in his private studio in Long Island, New York.


Lute Society of America - Workshop East 2017

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The all-star faculty lineup for 2017 includes Xavier Diaz-Latorre, Christopher Morrongiello, Nigel North, and Jason Priset.
Christopher Morrongiello a former British Marshall Scholar, is a graduate of the Mannes College of Music, the Royal College of Music, and the University of Oxford, where he earned a Ph.D. in musicology. As a recitalist, Christopher has performed to critical acclaim throughout Europe and the United States. In 1993 he was a prizewinner in the BBC Radio Two Young Musician of the Year Competition and in 1996 was awarded a Marco Fodella Foundation Scholarship for studies and research in Milan, Italy. In 2006, the Lute Society of America conferred upon him its first Patrick O'Brien LSA Lectureship. Heralded as an innovative musical director and creator of large-scale dramatic works, Christopher has a gift for bringing the music of the Renaissance and Baroque to life in its literary and social context. Christopher is a professor in music history at Hofstra University. Chris will deal with the fundamentals of right-hand thumb-under technique, the principles of left-hand finger placement (with special emphasis given to the thumb and little finger), and the "order," or method, of choosing felicitous fingerings. He will also provide a checklist of problems to avoid, while offering insights into various ways of holding the lute, practicing, producing good tone, and playing in a relaxed, focused manner In this course, Dr. Morrongiello will delve into the fascinating social, cultural, and musical backgrounds of the period's most popular tunes- how composers set them and used them as a stimulus to invention.


Meet The Artists - ALBACONSORT

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Christopher Morrongiello
In 1993 he was a prizewinner in the BBC Radio Two Young Musician of the Year Competition and in 1996 awarded a Marco Fodella Foundation Scholarship for research in Milan, Italy. In 2006, the Lute Society of America conferred upon him its first Patrick O’Brien LSA Seminar Lectureship. Heralded as an innovative music director and creator of large-scale dramatic works, Christopher has a gift for bringing music of the Renaissance and Baroque to life in its literary and social context. His musical portrait of the Elizabethan muse and songstress Penelope Devereux, created for soprano Emily Van Evera ( My Lady Rich, Avie Records 0045), has been described by Renaissance Magazine as “a presentation of unusual quality and beauty� and by the NY Times as “an inspired idea… a vivid and touching portrait.� Christopher is a professor in music history at Hofstra University and teaches lute and related historical plucked instruments in his private studio in Long Island, New York. He is a member of the Venere Lute Quartet and directs the New York-based Bacheler Consort.


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