TRINITY SCHOLAR WINS AWARD
Assistant Professor of Music Mark Peters has been honored as one of only two recipients in the country to win the American Bach Society's William H. Scheide Prize for 2006. The award is given biennially to recognize publications of exceptional merit on Bach or figures in his circle by a scholar in the early stages of his or her career.
"This is a clear reflection of Trinity's dedication to faculty scholarship," Peters said. "The College's belief in the importance of scholarship enables its faculty to pursue excellence in our research."
Peters was selected to receive the award for his article, "A Reconsideration of Bach's Role as Text Redactor in the Ziegler Cantatas" published last year in BACH: The Journal of the Riemenschneider Bach Institute
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