Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Cultures

School of Music

Daniel Tooke

PhD student in musicology attached to AHRC project 'Performing the Jewish Archive'

B.A. M.A.

Daniel is undertaking research on Austro-German Jewish musicians of the 20th century exiled due to the rise of National Socialism.

Biography

Daniel is a PhD student in the School of Music at the University of Leeds. His previous study was at Durham University, where he completed an undergraduate degree and a Research Masters in music. His masters thesis was an exploration of the cultural influences on Schoenberg’s self-envisioning as an artist at the time where he first broke through into an atonal idiom of composition, and in particular on the self-image expressed through his early opera Die glückliche Hand.

Research Projects & Grants

Daniel is undertaking his PhD as a student researcher attached to the AHRC project Performing the Jewish Archive

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