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Sharri K. Hall

Flutist and Aspiring Musicologist

Sharri K. Hall


Sharri (she/her) is a fourth year Ph.D candidate in Historical Musicology at Harvard University. Her research focuses on the relationships between music and belief systems, especially at the intersections of race and politics.


Her recent work has considered the nature of performing belief in Contemporary Christian Music, as well as the musical evolutions of the Christian colonial empire in the afro-diasporic Caribbean and United States. Sharri has a secondary interest in Sound Studies and American popular music from the early 2010s and forward. She holds a B.M. and an M.M. in flute performance and in her free time, enjoys listening to Taylor Swift, completing various tasks, and playing with her elderly cat, Anna.



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