M.A. (music) (St Andrews)
M.Phil. (musicology) (Cambridge)
Ph.D. (musicology) (Cambridge)
A.R.C.M. (violin) (Royal College of Music)
Jane Gosine grew up in Suffolk, England and was a student at the Guildhall School of Music, London, St Andrews University, and Cambridge University. After spending three years as a graduate student at Selwyn College, Cambridge, Jane was appointed as a Research Fellow at St Edmund’s College, Cambridge, where she continued to supervise undergraduate students from the Faculty of Music. She holds an A.R.C.M. in violin from the Royal College of Music, London. Jane is currently an Associate Professor in the School of Music at Memorial University where she teaches courses in musicology and is primarily engaged in research into 17th-century French music, particularly the sacred music of Marc-Antoine Charpentier. She frequently serves as a consultant musicologist to music ensembles in Europe and North America, preparing new editions of music, writing programme notes, and acting as a consultant on issues related to Renaissance and Baroque performance practices (including work with Concerto delle Donne, Tafelmusik, Yale Schola Cantorum, Nonsuch Singers, Trinity Choir, New York, the Aldeburgh Festival). Jane holds a SSHRC Research Grant to study the sacred music of Marc-Antoine Charpentier.
Recent publications include: Marc-Antoine Charpentier, Histoires sacrées (Centre de Musique Baroque de Versailles); “Repentance, piety and praise: sensual imagery and musical depiction in the petits motets of Marc-Antoine Charpentier” (New Perspectives on Marc-Antoine Charpentier); "An examination of structure, style and meaning in settings of Dixit Dominus by Lalande and Charpentier" (Lalande: son œuvre parmi ses contemporains: Hommage à Marcelle Benoit, edited Lionel Sawkins; "Correlations between handwriting changes and revisions to works within the Meslanges autographes of Marc-Antoine Charpentier" (Les Mélanges de Marc-Antoine Charpentier: La composition, la copie et l’interpretation); Questions of chronology in Marc-Antoine Charpentier’s Meslanges autographes (F Pn: Rés. Vm1 259): clef formation and handwriting as evidence" (Journal of Seventeenth-century Music); "Marc-Antoine Charpentier (1643 – 1704): Élévation au S Sacrement (H 264) for 3 voices (TTB) and basso continuo" (WLSCM); "Marc-Antoine Charpentier (1643 – 1704): Elevation "O coelestis Jerusalem" (H. 252) (WLSCM); as well as performing editions of works by Charpentier for ensembles in Europe and North America; and editions and liner notes for a recording of motets by Charpentier (Music for the Virgin Mary, recorded by Concerto delle Donne (Signum Records).