Claire Fedoruk, DMA


Professor of Musicology

Phone: (626) 815-6000, Ext. 3573

Fax: (626) 969-7419

Email: [email protected]

Office Location: Warren Music Center, Room 219

Dr. Claire Fedoruk is a high level scholar-practitioner whose research is focused on vocal music of the Renaissance and 21st centuries. Dr. Fedoruk’s passion is the intersection of scholarship and performance and its impact on those who practice both. She has presented her work at the Oxford Round Table, and is a member of the AMS Pedagogy Study Group and evaluation committee member for their conference. This spring she will present her work at several conferences, including Historical Performance: Theory, Practice, and Interdisciplinarity (Bloomington, IN), Representations of Early Music on Stage and Screen (Sheffield, UK) and at the Society for Musicology in Ireland (Belfast, UK). Dr. Fedoruk is Professor of Musicology as Azusa Pacific University, where she teaches at the graduate and undergraduate levels, and serves as the Director of Graduate Programs.


  • DMA, Early Music Historical Performance, University of Southern California
  • M.M., Vocal Performance and Literature, Eastman School of Music
  • B.M., Vocal Performance and Literature, Pacific Lutheran University


  • American Guild of Musical Artists
  • Screen Actor’s Guild

Academic Area

  • School of Music (College of the Arts)


  • Mid-17th-Century Roman Cantatas/Opera
  • Minimalism of the 20th Century
  • Baroque Ornamentation
  • Renaissance Performance Practice
  • Baroque and Medieval Manuscripts
  • Historical Pronunciation

Courses Taught

  • GMUS 500 – Introduction to Graduate Music Program
  • GMUS 501 – Seminar in Music History I
  • GMUS 502 – Seminar in Music History II
  • MUS 351 – Ancient, Renaissance, and World Music Literature
  • MUS 352 – Baroque, Classical, and Early Romantic Music Literature
  • MUS 455 – Late Romantic and 20th-Century Music Literature