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Nineteenth-Century Studies

Our Faculty has arguably the highest concentration of nineteenth-century music specialists in any single UK university. Opera Studies in Italian, French, German, Russian and transnational contexs lie at the heart of much of what we do; we are also rich in analysis expertise, in aesthetics and philosophy, and in cultural history.

(* available as PhD supervisor)

People specializing in this area

Academic and Research Staff

Dr Stefano Castelvecchi

(Opera Studies, Source Studies, Rossini)*

Professor Katharine Ellis

(French Cultural History)*

Dr Martin Ennis

(Analysis, Brahms)*

Prof Nicholas Marston

(Analysis, Beethoven)*

Dr Tomas McAuley

(Music and Philosophy)

Prof John Rink

(Analysis, Source Studies, Chopin)*

Dr David Trippett

(German Cultural History, Aesthetics, Wagner, Liszt)*

Francesca Vella

(Italian Opera Studies)

Dr Benjamin Walton

(Global Opera)*

Affiliated Lecturers

Delphine Mordey

(French Operatic Culture from 1870)

Support Staff

Delphine Mordey

(French Operatic Culture from 1870)

College Directors of Studies

Dr Martin Ennis

(Analysis, Brahms)*

Prof Nicholas Marston

(Analysis, Beethoven)*

Delphine Mordey

(French Operatic Culture from 1870)

Prof John Rink

(Analysis, Source Studies, Chopin)*

Dr Benjamin Walton

(Global Opera)*

College Directors of Music

Dr Martin Ennis

(Analysis, Brahms)*

Delphine Mordey

(French Operatic Culture from 1870)