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Nicole Panizza

Nicole Panizza is an internationally-acclaimed vocal accompanist, scholar and coach. Her primary research specialism centres on inter-medial, practice-led approaches to American music and literature, with a particular emphasis on the life and works of Emily Dickinson. She was awarded her Doctor of Music degree in 2014 (Royal College of Music, UK), and is a past recipient of an International Fulbright Award, supporting research fellowships at Harvard University and Manhattan School of Music (USA). Nicole has worked for Opera Australia, the Cologne and Covent Garden Opera Awards, and as Education Manager for The Royal Opera, Covent Garden. Her teachers have included Roger Vignoles and Malcolm Martineau. Nicole is a board member of the London Song Festival, and the Arts and Humanities Council of The Emily Dickinson International Society (EDIS). Academic awards include Research Fellowships at the Rothermere American Institute, Faculty of Music, and The Oxford Centre in the Humanities (TORCH), University of Oxford (UK); and Research Summit Fellow, The Orpheus Instituut (Belgium). Academic positions and collaborations include Assistant Professor (Music), Coventry University (UK); Research Associate, Oxford Song Network (UK); Creative Partner and Board Advisor, The International Center for American Music, (Italy); and Research Associate, Eccles Centre for American Studies, British Library (UK).