Prof. Dr. Nina Noeske
Professor of Musicology, Music of the 19th century
Hochschulzentrum am Horn
Due to the current research semester in WS 2023/24, office hours are by appointment only.
Please contact us by e-mail. Office hours during the semester break: by appointment (via Zoom)
Nina Noeske studied musicology, philosophy and music practice in Bonn, Weimar and Jena. She completed her doctorate in 2005 at the Department of Musicology Weimar-Jena on "New Instrumental Music in the GDR". She then worked there as a research assistant in the project "The New German School" and was then a research assistant in the research centre "Music and Gender" at the Hanover University of Music, Drama and Media from 2007 to 2011.
In 2012, she held professorships in Hanover and at the Hamburg University of Music and Theatre. From 2012 to 2014, she taught and researched as an assistant professor at the University of Salzburg. In 2014 - immediately following her habilitation in Hanover on the topic of "Discourse Analysis of Liszt's 'Faust Symphony'" - she accepted a professorship in musicology with a gender focus at the Hamburg University of Music and Theatre. There she became co-editor of MUGI (Music and Gender on the Internet), among other things. Since 2018, she has also been co-leading the project "Music History Online: DDR".