Organizers

Organizers:
Leon Chisholm and Katharina Preller, members of the research group “Materiality of Musical Instruments: New Approaches to a Cultural History of Organology”

Student Assistant:
Julin Lee

Julin Lee is pursuing her second degree in Musicology at the Ludwig-Maximilian University of Munich, Germany. Since graduating from the University of Cambridge in 2014 where she studied Chemical Engineering via Natural Sciences, she has been actively cultivating her research interests at the intersection of science and music. She is currently student assistant of the research group, “Materiality of Musical Instruments: New Approaches to a Cultural History of Organology” at the Deutsches Museum lead by Dr. Rebecca Wolf, whom she assisted in organizing the international workshop “Material Authenticity of the Ephemeral” (October 16–18, 2017). She is also team assistant in Dr. Panagiotis Poulopoulos’ research project “A Creative Triangle of Mechanics, Acoustics and Aesthetics: The Early Pedal Harp (1780-1830) as a Symbol of Innovative Transformation.”

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