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Education

  • M.M., Vocal Performance, Eastern Michigan University
  • B.A., Music, Hope College

Research Interests

  • The influence of philosophy and politics on the evolution of musical styles
  • Musical exoticism
  • Intersection between “high” and “low” art in film music

Hannah Karel, M.M.

  • Adjunct Professor of Voice

  • The School of Ministry, Media & the Arts

Education

  • M.M., Vocal Performance, Eastern Michigan University
  • B.A., Music, Hope College

Research Interests

  • The influence of philosophy and politics on the evolution of musical styles
  • Musical exoticism
  • Intersection between “high” and “low” art in film music

Hannah Karel serves as adjunct professor of voice at Cornerstone University. An experienced vocal performer, Professor Karel is thrilled to share her gift with her students while helping them cultivate theirs.

Professor Karel received her Bachelor of Arts in music from Hope College and her Master of Music in vocal performance from Eastern Michigan University. Along with her role at Cornerstone, Professor Karel is also the bookstore manager at Reformed Heritage Books.

Hobbies

  • Knitting
  • Baking
  • Reading and discussing history
  • Philosophy and theology
  • Traveling

Awards and Recognitions

  • 2nd Place in Eastern Michigan’s Graduate Performance Competition
  • Recipient of the Sakiko Kanamori Prize (Hope College)

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