Dr Rebekah Ahrendt
Rebekah Ahrendt is Associate Professor in Musicology. A specialist in music of the late 16th through 18th centuries, Ahrendt cultivates broader research interests in music and migration and music and diplomacy across the longue durée. She is co-editor of Music and Diplomacy from the Early Modern Era to the Present (Palgrave Macmillan, 2014) and co-director of the international research project Signed, Sealed, & Undelivered. Ahrendt also performs regularly on the viola da gamba.
Prof. Emile Wennekes
Emile Wennekes holds a Chair in Post-1800 Music History. His present research focuses on Mediatizing Music and the remigration of Jewish musicians. Wennekes has published on a broad range of subjects including a biography of Bernard Haitink, the reception of the music of Bach, Liszt, Mahler and Mozart, music within Second Life, conductor films, Vitaphone shorts, and contemporary music in the Netherlands.
Dr Michiel Kamp
Michiel Kamp is Assistant Professor in Musicology. He is interested in the development of multi- and intermedial musical genres from the early sound film to games and beyond.
Dr Ruxandra Marinescu
Ruxandra Marinescu is Assistant Professor in Musicology. Her research focuses on transmission and reception of monophony in French court culture ca. 1250-1400, musical lyrics interpolated into narratives, and the palaeography of fourteenth-century music sources.
Dr Floris Schuiling
Floris Schuiling is Assistant Professor in Musicology and recently completed a Veni post-doctoral project under the auspices of the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO). His research investigates musical performance and creativity from a music-anthropological perspective. In addition, he is interested in the post-war musical avant-garde in the Netherlands.
Dr Annelies Andries
Annelies Andries is Assistant Professor in Musicology. She has experience teaching music history and musicianship courses. She especially likes delving into materials interrogating the links between music, politics, and war, or the intersections between performance and gender.
Dr Sebastian Wedler
Sebastian Wedler is Assistant Professor of Musicology at Utrecht University. His research concerns the history of music from the nineteenth century to the present day, issues in the philosophy of musical thought (with a focus on critical theory and ecocriticism), and the epistemology of musical analysis.