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Johannes Fischer
Professor für Schlagzeug

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Julia Pschedezki
Studentin Gesang

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Sabine Meyer
Professorin für Klarinette

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Konrad Elser
Professor für Klavier

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Charles Duflot
Student Cello

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Bernd Ruf
Professor für Popularmusik

president

Prof. Dr. Bernd Redmann was born in Bamberg in 1965. He learnt to play the piano, trombone and tenor horn at an early age and performed numerous compositions as a schoolboy. After graduating from the music grammar school in Niederaltaich, he studied school music, composition (Prof Dieter Acker) and music theory at the Munich Academy of Music from 1985. At the same time, he studied musicology at the Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich and began his doctoral studies at the University of Salzburg in 1992. In 1996 he was awarded the masterclass diploma in composition in Munich. In 1997 he received his doctorate with a dissertation on Heinrich Schenker and the methodology of music analysis (Prof. Dr Gernot Gruber). Since 1994 he has been a lecturer at the Munich University of Music (music theory, vocal accompaniment). With a scholarship from the Bavarian Ministry of Culture, he completed a study visit to the "Cité des Arts" in Paris in 1997. In 1998/99 he took on further teaching assignments at the University of Salzburg and at the Cologne University of Music. From 1999 to 2005, he was professor of composition and improvisation at the Cologne University of Music. In 2005, he took up a professorship for music theory and aural training at the Munich University of Music and Theatre. Since 2009, he has been responsible for the implementation of the study programme reform. In 2011, he was Vice President for Studies and Teaching and was President of the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich from October 2014 to September 2022. From 2017 to 2022, he was a board member of the Rectors' Conference of Universities of Music. Prof. Dr Bernd Redmann has been President of the MHL since 1 October 2023. Bernd Redmann's diverse compositional oeuvre ranges from solo pieces, chamber music and works for large ensembles to solo concertos and orchestral works. "O" and "L'usine imaginaire" are spatial compositions for large ensembles that combine instrumental and vocal timbres. His music theatre piece "Die Gehetzten", based on his own libretto, premiered at Theater Bremen in 2010. Numerous pieces are available as CD or radio recordings. Bernd Redmann has published a book on the "Methodology and Theory of Music Analysis" as well as essays and articles on Beethoven, Schubert, Brahms, Schenker, Riemann, Salzburg music history, improvisation and instrumentation.

Contact
President of the MHL
Prof. Dr. Bernd Redmann
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Vice President Events and Research

Prof. Dr. Oliver Korte, born in Hamburg, studied musical composition, music theory and musicology in Hamburg, Vienna and Berlin. Important impulses were also given to him by private composition studies with Gösta Neuwirth. His compositions have been awarded several composition prizes and scholarships. In 2002 he received his doctorate at the Technical University of Berlin with a thesis on the Ecclesiastical Action of Bernd Alois Zimmermann. After teaching positions at the Hochschule für Musik "Hanns Eisler" and at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater Rostock as well as a position as research assistant at the Universität der Künste Berlin he was appointed professor for music theory and ear training at the Musikhochschule Lübeck in autumn 2006. He is co-founder of the Society for Music Theory (GMTH) and editor of the Schriften der Musikhochschule Lübeck. In the winter semester 2017/18 he also taught as a visiting professor at the Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz. Oliver Kortes main work to date is the opera Copernicus for singer, narrator, orchestra and electronics, premiered in 2015 at the Festspielhaus Hellerau in Dresden. The composer calls the work an "opera spaziale" ("space opera"). This is due to the fact that a spatial concept is derived directly from the subject: strings, wind instruments and percussion, as well as loudspeakers and video projections are positioned in "Copernican rings" around the audience. The wind instruments, comparable to a planetarium, move into ever new acoustic constellations. Oliver Korte has assembled the libretto from various thespian original texts of the Renaissance as well as from some sound recordings of the 20th century. The work was received by critics as "multilingual, philosophical world theatre".

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Vice President Events and Research
Prof. Dr. Oliver Korte
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vice president apprenticeship

Martin Hundelt is responsible for the Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts programs. He was professor of voice at the University of Arts in Berlin from 1993 to 2012. In 2001 he started lecturing at the MHL. He studied voice at the MHL in the class of Prof. Ute Niss. As a concert singer he performs internationally on various stages and festivals. Moreover, as an opera singer he was engaged in productions by the Vienna Chamber Opera and the Hans-Otto Theatre in Potsdam among others. Radio and television recordings by NDR, HR, BR, SWR as well as Danish and Czech radio channels document his work.

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Vice President Apprenticeship
Martin Hundelt
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chancellor

Andreas Nabor has been Chancellor of the MHL since March 2022. He brings international experience as an executive for higher education development, financial management and digitalisation to the MHL. Born in Bremen, he studied Japanese Studies in Hamburg and Tokyo with minors in Sinology, Political Science and Economics. After his education, he worked in research, teaching and consulting in universities in the UK, Germany and Japan. At Coventry University London, he led the development and implementation of the university development plan, reorganised the departments for further growth and strengthened digitalisation in teaching and administration. Since 2017, he has led the quality management and academic controlling of Jacobs University in Bremen, where he moderated strategy processes and led the first accreditation of numerous study programmes, among other things.

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Chancellor of MHL
Andreas Nabor
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23552 Lübeck

Office
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