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Myrna Capp has a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Washington, and is assistant professor of music at Seattle Pacific University where she teaches piano and piano pedagogy. She is active as a collaborative pianist and adjudicator and regularly writes reviews for the American Music Teacher journal. She has given presentations on her African research and pedagogical topics at various regional, national and international conferences. Dr. Capp has lectured in music, performed, and done research in Zimbabwe, Malawi and South Africa.
Kristin Capp has exhibited in solo and group exhibitions around the world. Her award winning monograph, Hutterite: A World of Grace (Edition Stemmle, 1998) was followed by the monograph, Americana (Edition Stemmle, 2000). Her work can be found in the permanent collections of the Whitney Museum of American Art, The International Center for Photography, NY; the Maison Europeenne de la Photographie, Paris, and the Kunsthaus, Zurich among others. She is a recipient of the Aaron Siskind Foundation Award in Photography, the Olympus Europa Foundation Award in Photography, GmbH, and was a Fellow at the Sacatar Foundation Residency in Brazil in 2004. Keeping the Embers Alive: Musicians of Zimbabwe marks her third publication, a collaborative work done in Zimbabwe with Myrna Capp. She lives and works in New York.