PhD student in musicology attached to AHRC project 'Performing the Jewish Archive'
Daniel is undertaking research on Austro-German Jewish musicians of the 20th century exiled due to the rise of National Socialism.
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.