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Head of the programme area

Dr. Simone Heilgendorff (musicologist and violist, Paris-Lodron-University)


Telefon: +43/(0)662/8044-2381

Fax: +43/(0)662/8044-742380

Email: Simone.Heilgendorff(at)sbg.ac.at

Simone Heilgendorff, born in Leverkusen-Opladen (Germany), is a musicologist and an accomplished violist.

She studied Musicology, Philosophy, and Psychology (Dr. phil., Humboldt University Berlin/Germany) as well as Viola (Master of Music, Univ. of Michigan Ann Arbor/USA) in Freiburg, Zurich, Ann Arbor and Berlin. Her studies were funded by a scholarship from the foundation Evangelisches Studienwerk. Since 1993 she has been teaching in several colleges and universities with an emphasis on the mediation of scholarly and artistic practice. 2007 to 2013 she was University Professor of Applied Musicology and head of the Department of Musicology at Klagenfurt University and also head of the study program in Applied Musicology (BA, MA).From June 2013 to Dec. 2016 she was head of the international research project „New Music Festivals as Agorai: Their Formation and Impact on Warsaw Autumn, Festival d'Automne in Paris, and Wien Modern Since 1980" (funded by FWF Austrian Science Fund) at the University of Salzburg. Since 1/2017 she is head ("secretary") of the music section at the Akademie der Kuenste (Berlin/D).

Simone Heilgendorff is on the advisory board of the John Cage Organ Project in Halberstadt (Germany). In January 2011 she has been nominated as a member of the scientific board of the Osterreichische Musikzeitschrift.

As a violist she is active as a founding member of the Berlin based Kairos Quartet, which specializes in New Music.

Dr. Heilgendorff's research interests as well as her publications (texts and CDs) are centered on New Music and music of the Baroque period, focusing on musical analysis, analysis of cultural connotations, performance practice, and the culture of musical interpretation.


Current classes:

actually no classes

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List of publications, lectures, workshops and concerts



Head of the programme area

Univ. Prof. Dr. Martin Losert (Music pedagogue and saxophone player, University Mozarteum)


Telefon: +43/(0)662/8044-2381

Fax: +43/(0)662/8044-742380

Email: email(at)martin.losert.de oder  Martin.Losert(at)moz.ac.at

Martin Losert studied music for teaching in schools, instrumental educational theory, and passed his concert exam in saxophone (under Johannnes Ernst) at the Berlin Academy of the Arts. By virtue of a grant awarded by the German Academic Exchange Service he went on to study at the Conservatoire de Bordeaux Jacques Thibaud (with Jean Marie Londeix and Marie-Bernadette Charrier) and also studied political science at the TU Berlin and musicology at the FU Berlin. He gained his doctorate with a thesis on the Tonic-Do Method under Prof. Ulrich Mahlert in music didactics and then from 2004 until 2012 was on the academic staff for teaching instruments and singing at the University of the Arts in Berlin. Since March 2012 he has been professor of instrumental educational theory at the University Mozarteum Salzburg in Salzburg. His previous academic publications deal with movement learning on an instrument, playing music, interpretation and New Music in instrumental teaching. His artistic focus is on New Music and improvisation. He is a co-founder of the Ensemble Mosaik and has given concerts in Germany, Austria, France, Spain, Poland, Greece, Israel, Mexico, China, Sweden, Norway and the Ukraine at renowned festivals for contemporary music such as the Festival di nuova consonanza in Rome, the Festival Internazionale di Musica Moderna e Contemporanea Parma, at the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, the Warsaw Autumn, the Festival de San Luis Potosi, musica viva Munich, Musik der Jahrhunderte Stuttgart, the Kunstfest Weimar, Chiffren Kiel, the Berlin Music Biennial, MaerzMusik Berlin, UltraSchall Berlin and the Klangwerkstatt Berlin. Moreover Martin Losert has played in many major German orchestras (including the Berlin Philharmonic and the German Symphony Orchestra).

Actually courses:

In summersemster 2017

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List of publications, lectures, workshops and concerts

Co-head of the programme area

Dr. Katarzyna Grebosz-Haring (musicologist, music-pedagogue, Paris-Lodron-University)

Telefon: +43/(0)662/8044-2370

Fax: +43/(0)662/8044-742380

Email: Katarzyna.Grebosz-Haring(at)sbg.ac.at

Main research interests:

- New (art) Music (socio-cultural, and empirical perspectives, mediation)
- Systematic-empirical approaches in music research
- Psycho-sociology of music
- Empirical music and art education
- Music/arts and health research




2001-2006 PhD thesis (musicology), Mozarteum University Salzburg/University of Salzburg, Austria. Thesis: "Der Einfluss musikalischer Ausbildung auf die Entwicklung der Psyche von Kindern. Eine empirische Untersuchung an drei unterschiedlichen Grundschulen in Polen."

1996-2001 Studies of Music (Art) Education, Music and Dance Pedagogy, Violin and Music Therapy at the Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music, Katowice, Poland and the Mozarteum University Salzburg, Austria.

1996 Final examination at Music Secondary School, Rzeszów, Poland.

Professional Experience

2014-2019 Assistant Director of ConTempOhr. Mediating Contemporary Music - Vermittlung zeitgenössischer Musik at the focus area Art and Science, Paris Lodron Universität and University Mozarteum Salzburg

2013-2016 Postdoctoral Researcher at University of Salzburg, Division of Music and Dance Studies. FWF-research project: New Music Festivals as Agorai: Their Formation and Impact on Warsaw Autumn, Festival d'Automne in Paris, and Wien Modern Since 1980. Scientific director: Dr. Simone Heilgendorff

2009-2014 Concert Management / Artistic Division - Concerts: Salzburg Mozarteum Foundation, Austria

2006-2007 Marketing and Promotion, Salzburger Konzertgesellschaft, Salzburg, Austria

2008-2009 Project Management: Salzburg Easter Festival, Salzburg Festival, Salzburg Biennale, Austria
2004 - 2006 Research fellow in the department of systematic musicology, Mozarteum University Salzburg, Austria

2003- to date Music Teacher, Music Consultant

Peer-review activities and memberships

Reviewer in Journal "Arts & Health. An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice". Open Select journals; Peer Review Integrity. ISSN 1753-3015 (Print), 1753-3023 (Online).

Membership of the "Royal Society for Public Health/Special Interest Group"

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List of publications and lectures


Current classes:

SS 2018

SE: KomponistInnen, InterpretInnen und HörerInnen, 2st
Studienschwerpunkt „Die Künste und ihre Öffentlichkeit", Kooperationschwerpunkt Wissenschaft und Kunst, Universität Salzburg/Universität Mozarteum Salzburg, Österreich (SS 2018)

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Programme associate

Mag. Ingeborg Schrems (Paris-Lodron-University)


Telefon: +43/(0)662/8044-2380

Fax: +43/(0)662/8044-742380

Email: Ingeborg.Schrems(at)sbg.ac.at


After completion from degree programme german philosophy at the university of Salzburg Ingeborg Schrems was working in the office of the examination dean on Faculty of law at the University of Salzburg. Since 1993 she worked as contributor at the Institute for Legal philosophy and since 1998 in the enhanced Institute of Basic Sciences at the Faculty of law at the University of Salzburg. Since 2004 she was contributor at Department of Social Sciences and Economics at the Faculty of law at the University of Salzburg. Since 2010 scholarly associate at programme area "Arts & Festival Culture" which was founded by Univ. Prof. DDr. Michael Fischer and since 1st of october 2014 scholarly associate at the actually programme area "Mediating Contemporary Music – Vermittlung zeitgenössischer Musik. ConTempOhr" at focus area Science and Art at University of Salzburg/University Mozarteum.


Student assistent

Katrin Klose (Universität Mozarteum Salzburg)
Email: katrinklose(at)gmx.de

Student assistent

Manuela Mitterer (Mozarteum University)
Email: Manuela_Mitterer(at)msn.com

Manuela Mitterer ist seit 2013 Studienassistentin von Univ.-Prof. Dr. Martin Losert an der Universität Mozarteum Salzburg. Dort studiert sie Instrumental- und Gesangspädagogik in der Blockflötenklasse von Mag. Andrea Guttmann. Ihr besonderes Interesse gilt zeitgenössischen Kompositionen für Blockflöte/Flöte und deren Aufführung. Derzeit engagiert sie sich kammermusikalisch vor allem in dem von ihr mitbegründeten Ensemble Lyeson und beteiligt sich an verschiedenen Projekten in der Alte-Musik-Szene.