Maggee VanSpeybroeck

Maggee VanSpeybroeck holds two masters in musicology and ethnomusicology from the Eastman School of Music and a bachelor of music in vocal performance from the University of Kansas. She works as the Arts Program Coordinator for the Cypress String Quartet and in her spare time, she enjoys singing at local Irish music sessions as well as pursuing her study of the Irish concertina.

Articles By This Author

Maggee VanSpeybroeck - April 26, 2014

There are plenty of clues that classical music is alive and well in the Bay Area, evidenced by an all-motets concert by American Bach Soloists that drew a large, incredibly enthusiastic audience.

Maggee VanSpeybroeck - March 10, 2014

The depths of war and the heights of peace are explored in a wide-ranging concert by the vocal ensemble Volti, under Robert Geary’s expert direction.

Maggee VanSpeybroeck - November 11, 2013

Masterworks Chorale made a stunning success of Mendelssohn’s Elijah, with the choir leading the way.

Maggee VanSpeybroeck - September 23, 2013

Opera with cocktails? Following the Classical Revolution formula, opera is given the informal treatment again.

Maggee VanSpeybroeck - August 19, 2013

Magisterial soloists, an enormous choir, and a fine orchestra perform Haydn’s oratorio “The Seasons” to a fare-thee-well.

Maggee VanSpeybroeck - April 29, 2013

David Lang’s battle hymns evokes emotions related to the Civil War, as well as substantial music and dance forces.

Maggee VanSpeybroeck - April 5, 2013

A venerable British choir sings sublimely, but puzzles its audience at Stanford by program and presentation decisions.

Maggee VanSpeybroeck - March 18, 2013

A celebration of Steve Reich’s minimalist and sensual brilliance wows listeners both old and new at Bing Hall.

Maggee VanSpeybroeck - March 4, 2013

A range of women composers take center stage in S.F. Choral Artists’ latest program.