A graduate of the Longy School of Music's Early Music Program, Teri Kowiak specializes in the historically-inspired performance of medieval, renaissance and baroque music while also performing a wide range of styles including classical, jazz, traditional Irish/Celtic, and premiering new compositions. She is a featured vocalist on the premier solo album “Redline” by bagpiper Michael McNutt (of Cu Dubh) and has performed with Cappella Clausura, the Seraphim Singers, the Augmented Ensemble, Ensemble 44, The Orpheus Singers, Lorelei, El Fuego, the Harvard Early Music Society, Whole Tone Opera, and the choir of the Church of Our Saviour in Brookline, MA.  She runs a thriving private voice studio, and is currently working towards her goal of singing in every church in the Greater Boston Area. She is the founder and director of the medieval ensemble Meravelha.

PO Box 600100
Newtonville, MA 02460
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Amelia LeClair is a Resident Scholar at Brandeis University's Women's Studies Research Center

Cappella Clausura's programs are sponsored in part by grants from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, the Newton Cultural Council and the Boston Cultural Council

as administered by the Massachusetts Cultural Council.

Cappella Clausura is a member of the Greater Boston Choral Consortium

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