Prof. Dr. Christiane Wiesenfeldt
Professor of Musicology, Music of the 19th century, Member of the Council, Head of the Research Project "Max Regers Mozart- und Beethoven-Variationen", Head of the Research Project "Mendelssohn", Head of the Research Project "Liszt-Bild", Head of the Research Project "South Africa"
Hochschulzentrum am Horn Room: 306
Born in Kiel in 1972, Christiane Wiesenfeldt studied musicology, education, and psychology at the Universität Kiel. She obtained her doctorate in Kiel in 2005 with a study of the cello sonata in the nineteenth century (with Friedhelm Krummacher). Between 2003 and 2009, she was an assistant at the Brahms-Institute at the Musikhochschule in Lübeck, and between 2009 and 2011 she held an appointment at the Universität Münster. She submitted her Habilitation on Marian masses in the sixteenth century (with Jürgen Heidrich) at Münster in 2011. In 2011 and 2012 she held a fixed-term professorship at the Universität Hamburg (covering for Oliver Huck). Since October 2012, she has held a professorship in historical musicology at the Department of Musicology Weimar-Jena, as well as being custodian of the Thüringisches Landesmusikarchiv. Her research focusses on music of the early modern period and the "long" nineteenth century, music journalism (DIE TONKUNST: www.die-tonkunst.de), as well as reception and performance history.
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