Performing Arts
Alexandra  Amati-Camperi

Alexandra Amati-Camperi

Music Program Coordinator, Professor, Music Program

Alexandra is a musicologist specializing in the Italian Renaissance, especially the madrigal, Italian opera, Feminist criticism, Romantic piano music, and German Baroque choral music. She holds a laurea (BA/MA equivalent) in Slavic Studies and Philology from the University of Pisa (Italy) and both a Masters and a PhD in musicology from Harvard University. She has published and read papers on Renaissance, operatic, and gender related topics in several journals and conferences. She is now working on a book about the presentation and treatment of women in opera, as seen through a few settings of the Orpheus myth, tentatively titled Euridice: The Evolution of the Mythical and Musical Other. She has been, or is, on several committees of the American Musicological Society, and on several Boards of Directors such as the San Francisco Bach Choir, the Lycée Français de San Francisco, the Harvard Club of San Francisco, and others. She is a professional program annotator and pre-concert lecturer for many Bay Area organizations, including the San Francisco Symphony, the San Francisco Opera, the San Francisco Bach Choir, and others.