Musik vor 1600 - Chemotti-Antonio
Dr. Antonio Chemotti
(HERA Project »Sound Memories«, Universität Warschau)

Kurzbio:

Antonio Chemotti studied at the faculty of Musicology in Cremona (University of Pavia), where he graduated cum laude in 2013, having produced a critical edition of the Kyries in manuscript Trento 93. From 2013 to 2016 he held a position as Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter at Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich. As member of the Munich doctoral program for Literature and the Arts MIMESIS (Elite Network of Bavaria) he worked on a doctoral dissertation that examined polyphonic music for the liturgy for the dead. He was also a visiting academic at The Queen’s College, University of Oxford (WS 2016) and temporary lecturer at the University of Re-gensburg (SS 2016). He is currently postdoctoral researcher in the HERA Project »Sound Memories: The Musical Past in Late- Medieval and Early Modern Europe«, working on polyphonic repertoire in Silesian hymnbooks. He is based at the Institute of Art of the Polish Academy of Sciences (Warsaw).


Vorträge von Antonio Chemotti in dieser Reihe:
  1. Polyphone Musik pro mortuis: Quellen und Probleme
    (15. Januar 2016)

  2. Musical past and regionalism in early modern Silesia:
    the hymnbook of Valentin Triller (Wrocław 1555)

    (29. Juni 2018)


Antonio Chemotti