Robert Schumann Hochschule Düsseldorf
I am a lecturer in music theory at the Institute of Musicology of the Robert Schumann Hochschule Düsseldorf, one of five music universities situated in the German federal state of North Rhine Westphalia. Since 2018 I have been teaching a number of classes and seminars in the BA musicology minor programme, such as basic elements of composition, musical form, aural skills, elementary music theory, music repertoire, and history of music scholarship for the music theory major.
Previous Teaching Positions
Until 2018 I served as an adjunct lecturer in music theory at the Institute of Musicology at Humboldt University Berlin, offering classes in Renaissance counterpoint and aural skills as part of the regular curriculum of the musicology BA and MA programmes. Since 2010 I have also lectured at various other universities in Berlin, Rostock, Detmold, and Dortmund, teaching classes and seminars for various programmes and departments, such as performance majors, music education, sound engineering, musicology, and music theory. The subjects were: historical composition, aural skills, analysis, and keyboard practice. I have also offered a seminar in music and media.
I may also be available for private lessons in the aforementioned subjects. Feel free to contact me for fees and further information.
Personal guidelines for teaching music theory in German language (PDF)
Teaching concept for the digital music theory classroom in German and English (PDF)