Dahlia Borsche[DE]

Dahlia Borsche studied musicology, ethnomusicology and sociology at Freie Universität in Berlin, and completed her master’s degree with a thesis about the fragile border between artificial and popular music in the field of the contemporary avant-garde.

After working as a student assistant at the Collaborative Research Centre 626 “Aesthetic Experience and the Dissolution of Artistic Limits” for several years, and besides being active as a curator, promoter and DJane, she worked as coordination manager and producer at CTM between 2006 and 2009. In 2009, she took up a job as scientific assistant in the newly created study programme “Applied Musicology” at Alpen-Adria-Universität in Klagenfurt (Austria), where she also curated the concert programme of Lendspiel Festival. After moving back to Berlin, she started her PhD programme with a thesis about bridging the gap between “high” and “low” music scenes. The thesis was supervised by Frank Hentschel at the University of Cologne, where she maintained a lectureship for several semesters. Borsche currently works at Humboldt-University’s Trans-Cultural Musicology department. Her main research interests concern questions of contemporary and transcultural music processes, thereby expanding traditional discipline boundaries to the fields of sound, media and cultural studies.

Research Networking Day: Media Art Technologies and Emotion

Kunstquartier Studio 1, Sun 29.01.2017, 12:00

Malte Kobel, Niall Coghlan

Research Networking Day Closing Discussion

Kunstquartier Studio 1, Sun 29.01.2017, 16:45

Dahlia Borsche

The Emotional Power of Music

Kunstquartier Studio 1, Mon 30.01.2017, 17:00

Jonna Vuoskoski, Luis-Manuel Garcia, Joel Krueger, Mats Küssner, Dahlia Borsche

Archives – Presentations & Discussion

Kunstquartier Studio 1, Wed 03.02.2016, 13:00

Oliver Potratz, Ricarda Kopal. Host: Dahlia Borsche

Research Networking Day — Mapping Sound Cultures

Kunstquartier Projektraum, Sat 06.02.2016, 12:00

Research Presentations with a focus on sound art.