Jelena Rothermel M. A.
Research assistant in the DDF project #WIMUGG! and scientific networking. Musicologist with a focus on musical theater in 18th century France and England. Currently completing a doctorate on Jean-Philippe Rameau’s pantomime music. Used to play oboe and piano a lot, but now more often writes and talks about music.
Librarian in the DDF project #WIMUGG! Completed training as a music and instruments retailer, studied voice, now works as a singer, voice teacher, and composer. Main interests: Vocal music, musical theater, and especially opera. Many years of experience in conducting opera projects with amateurs.
Daniela Weber B. Sc.
Research assistant/librarian. Main focus: Archives, libraries, and documentation. First contact person for general archive matters.
Susanne Wosnitzka M. A.
Research assistant, musicologist. Specialized in: women composers, history of feminism, lesbian (music) herstory, music and society in 18th century southern Germany (Ulm/Augsburg). Passionate about going to archives and flea markets, as well as creating and editing Wikipedia articles. Is currently writing her dissertation on the music history of the Golden Grape hotel in Augsburg during the Mozart era as a center of bourgeois music practice. Responsible for all online matters of the website and social media, public relations, and networking.
Documentarian and choral singer. Supports the archive in cataloguing and research.
Retired music libraria and press reviewer, supports the archive in the areas of cataloging and research. Choir singer, plays violoncello and violin, and is especially interested in music of the 17th and 18th centuries as well as Latin American music.
Piano teacher/pianist, Germanist, former lighting instructor in Frankfurt/Main and Festspiele Salzburg.
Ernst Eisenkolb | Niko Kerber | Arianne Lepage and many other volunteers to support projects and events
Board of directors
Information about our board members Mary Ellen Kitchens M. A., Dr. Vera Lasch, and Heike Matthiesen, as well as the extended board Elisabeth Treydte, Mareike Hilbrig, Dr. Vivienne Olive, and Uta Walther can be found on our board page.