Gezina Schröder

Dr. Gesine Schröder is professor for music theory at the University for Music and Performing Arts Vienna and at the University for Music and Drama "Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy" Leipzig. She studied in Berlin (i.a. with Dieter Schnebel and Carl Dahlhaus). As a visiting lecturer Schröder taught in Beijing, Oslo, Paris, Poznań, Santiago de Chile, and Wrocław. Schröder is especially interested in the theory and practice of orchestration, counterpoint around 1600, gender studies (centered on men’s choir research), and the history of music theory. Her last publications concern Igor Stravinskij's and Gérard Grisey's last works, the theory of conducting, and orchestral practices in the late 19th century