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2012 Faculty

Dr. Naomi Niskala, piano
Assistant Professor of Music

Naomi Niskala has performed as soloist and chamber musician throughout the United States and in Canada, Japan, Germany, Switzerland, Russia, and Israel. Praised for her "solid, intelligent, and caring virtuosity" and her "silky tone" and "colorful sonority," she has released two solo CDs on Albany Records and a chamber CD with Spectrum Concerts Berlin on the Naxos label. Her teachers include Claude Frank and Gilbert Kalish, with degrees from the New England Conservatory, Stony Brook University, and the Yale School of Music. Her students have won national competitions and many are active performers in the United States and Europe. At Susquehanna University Dr. Niskala teaches piano, theory, and directs a summer study abroad (GO!) trip to Japan for music majors.
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Dr. Marcos Krieger, organ and harpsichord
Assistant Professor of Music
Marcos Krieger is a keyboard artist specializing in early keyboard music and technique. His repertoire focuses on the keyboard literature of central Germany, specifically the Bach Circle. In recent years, he has expanded his research and performance repertoire to include Iberian and Italian early keyboard music In addition to his solo recitals as organist and harpsichordist, Marcos Krieger often performs with early music ensembles, having played continuo for all the major instrumental and choral works of J.S.Bach, H. Sch�tz, and C. Monteverdi. Also active as a musicologist, he is now researching early music treatises from Spain and Portugal.

 

Nathan Baldwin, piano technician
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