Angeline Smith Van Evera has taught in the Music History and Literature Division at Towson University since 2005. She currently teaches “Introduction to Music in the U.S.” and “Using Information Effectively in Music.” She has also taught voice and music history at Trinity Washington University and Washington Adventist University. She earned a bachelor's in music from St. Michael’s College and a Master of Music in vocal pedagogy from The Catholic University of America. She is a Ph.D. candidate at Catholic University in historical musicology with a minor in music theory.
In addition to teaching, researching, and writing, Van Evera has served as a reviewer of textbooks including the fourth edition of American Music: A Panorama by Lorenzo Candelaria and Daniel Kingman (2011). She also won the American Musicological Society Capital Chapter’s 2011 Lowens Award for her paper “Wohin? Toward Rediscovering Forgotten Attributes of Schubert's Die schöne Müllerin Through Well-Temperament Analysis.”