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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)*

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 2020-21

Delphine Mordey

(French Operatic Culture from 1870)

Francesca Vella

(Italian Opera Studies)

Professional Services 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 David Trippett

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

Dr Benjamin Walton

(Global Opera)*

College Directors of Music

Dr Martin Ennis

(Analysis, Brahms)*

Delphine Mordey

(French Operatic Culture from 1870)