D. Linda Pearse is Associate Professor of Music at Mount Allison University and Lecturer on Baroque trombones at Indiana University Bloomington. Pearse is Artistic Director of the San Francisco Summer Baroque Workshop and the ensemble ¡Sacabuche! Recent publication includes a recording (ATMA 2015) and critical edition (A-R Editions 2014) of seventeenth-century Italian motets. Her interdisciplinary projects engage multiple media in conversations that explore cultural contacts in the early modern period.
Ann Waltner is professor of history at the University of Minnesota, where she was the founding director of an interdisciplinary research institute. She has published widely on gender and kinship in Chinese and world history. She writes scripts and performs them for ¡Sacabuche!'s interdisciplinary performances.
C. Nicholas Godsoe is an active researcher, administrator and teacher. Having completed a BMus at Mount Allison University (2015), he is currently pursuing graduate studies in musicology at the University of Toronto. His research—supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada—explores the relationship between classical and popular music.