Beatrix Borchard

Screen Shot 2015-09-23 at 9.51.20 AM

Prof. Dr. Beatrix Borchard is a German musicologist and author, concentrating on the life and works of, among others, Robert and Clara Schumann, Pauline Viardot-Garcia, Amalie and Joseph Joachim and Adriana Hölszky, as well as the role of music in the process of Jewish acculturation. Born in 1950, she studied musicology, German philology, and history in Bonn and Berlin. Her habilitation work was a study of Amalie and Joseph Joachim. She is the editor of the Viardot-Garcia-Studien, the online lexicon MUGI (Musik und Gender im Internet), and, together with Kerstin Schüssler-Bach, Brahms-Studien.

Beatrix Borchard taught musicology for ten years at the Hochschule der Künste Berlin (now Universität der Künste Berlin), and worked for the Goethe-Institut primarily in China, Portugal and Romania. Since 2002, she has taught at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hamburg. She is the author of numerous radio features, is a frequent speaker, and has made two films: one on Clara Schumann, and the other on the subject of “Hausmusik.” A documentary on the sisters Maria Malibran and Pauline Viardot-Garcia is in preparation. Dr. Borchard is the author of Stimme und Geige: Amalie und Joseph Joachim — Frau und Mann. Biographie und Interpretationsgeschichte, Vienna: Böhlau Verlag, 2005.


unh_logo_lrg

The Joseph Joachim at 185 conference is supported in part by a generous grant from the

University of New Hampshire Center for the Humanities

Burt Feintuch, director


We are grateful for additional financial and practical support from the

jgv7z67LjgE2Lcowx4X7Ot_rR6-rPBGI9yastfNADDs

Ryan C. McClelland, President

the

Screen Shot 2015-08-26 at 12.28.25 PM

Christoph Mücher, Director

the Federal Republic of Germany through the German Academic Exchange Service

image001

Dr. Nina Lemmens, Director DAAD North America
and Michael Thomanek, Senior Program Officer

and from

Screen Shot 2015-08-20 at 9.40.16 AMMagazin für Klassische Musik und Musikwissenschaft
Geschäftsstellenleiter: Mathias Brösicke

Advertisements

One comment on “Beatrix Borchard

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s