Belmont’s Virginia Lamothe recently authored a paper, “Towards a Better Understanding of Martyr Tragedies in Seventeenth-Century Rome: A Case for the Barberini Court,” that was selected for the annual meeting of the American Musicological Society South-Central Chapter. Lamothe’s paper will be presented on March 18 at the University of Georgia.
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