Thursday, November 21st, 2013, 20.00 Wolfgang Gratzer About endless music – Lecture Wolfgang Gratzer Wolfgang Gratzer (born 1965 in Bad Vöslau, Austria) is an Austrian musicologist. He  finished his humanistic studies (musicology, as well as media studies and communication  science) at the University of Salzburg (1983 to 1988). There he also finished his doctoral  studies with the dissertation “Zur ‚wunderlichen Mystik‘ Alban Bergs” in 1990. In 2001,  he habilitated in musicology at the University of Vienna with the habilitation treatise  “'Komponistenkommentare. Beiträge zu einer Geschichte der Eigeninterpretation“.  He has been working at the Mozarteum University of Salzburg since 1989: first as  assistant at the Institute for Musical Hermeneutics (1990 to 2001), after his habilitation  (2001) as university lecturer for musicology.  In 2006, he founded the Institute for History of Musical Reception and Interpretation  together with Joachim Brügge and Thomas Hochradner. Starting in 2010, he fulfills the  position of a Deputy Chancellor for Development and Research Mozarteum University of  Salzburg (-2014). [Wikipedia] http://www.uni-mozarteum.at/people.php?p=50369
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