Priscilla Pawlicki - History/Theory

Priscilla Pawlicki History/Theory

Theory, History & Composition Department Chair

Musicologist and pianist Priscilla Pawlicki received her bachelor's degree in music from Brandeis University, where she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa and a Master of Arts degree from UCLA in historical musicology. Active in chamber music ensembles, she has performed at the Idyllwild Music Festival, Wilshire-Ebell Theater, Pacific Asia Museum, El Portal Theater and at local colleges. She has also been heard in live broadcasts on KUSC and KCSN. Her teachers have included Johanna Harris in Los Angeles and Gladys Ondricek in Boston. While at Brandeis, she studied chamber music performance with violinist Robert Koff of the Juilliard String Quartet.

Ms. Pawlicki is on the faculty of UCLA Extension, where she teaches music history and theory, including courses in the history of keyboard music, chamber music and the symphony. A Beethoven specialist, she offers courses on the composer's string quartets and piano sonatas. She was honored at UCLA as the Outstanding Teacher of the Year in the Performing and Integrated Arts and also received the UCLA Extension Mentor Teachers Advisory Board Recommendation. Ms. Pawlicki is also the program notes annotator for the Coleman Chamber Concerts in Pasadena.

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