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Marianella Perpetua Machado-Echezuria Edit Profile

composer , educator , writer

Marianella Perpetua Machado-Echezuria, Venezuelan composer, writer, educator. Fellow, Taft Foundation, 1997-1998; scholar, Ministry Education, Caracas, Venezuela, 1974-1980, Foundation Gran Mariscal de Ayacucho, 1981-1985, University Cincinnati, 1989-1993, 1994-1997; University Research Council fellow, 1991.

Background

Machado-Echezuria, Marianella Perpetua was born on August 4, 1959 in Caracas, Venezuala. Arrived in the United States, 1981. Daughter of German Machado and Isabel C. Echezuria de Ruiz.

Education

Bachelor of Music, Indiana University, 1984. Master of Music, Indiana University, 1986. Doctor of Music, University Cincinnati, 1993.

Mobile Marketing Association, University Cincinnati, 1996. Doctor of Philosophy in Hispanic Literature, University Cincinnati, 1998.

Career

Research assistant Romulo College, Caracas, Venezuela, 1987—1988, Biblioteca Nacional, Caracas, 1988—1989. Graduate teaching assistant University Cincinnati, 1989—1997. Assistant professor arts University Catolica Andres Bello, Caracas, 1998—2003.

Assistant professor Spanish Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, since 2003. Library. music Cincinnati (Ohio) Symphony Orchestra, 1993—1994. Speaker in field.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Composer: (works) Obertura, 1987, Distonia, 1988, Las Semanas Tienen Sabados, 1988, Parafernalia, 1988, Psalm 32:10, 1990, Finneytown Suite, 1995. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member of American Society of Composers (scholar 1993), National Capital Language Resource Center, Multimedia Educational Resource Learning and On-line Teaching, Opera American, American Composers Forum, American Music Center.

Connections

father:
German Machado

mother:
Isabel C. Echezuria