Lisa Stumpfögger, Mag.

Lecturer in Music Dramaturgy

  • Mirabellplatz 1
  • 5020 Salzburg

Lisa Stumpfögger, born in Oberndorf am Neckar, studied rhythm, flute, piano and singing at the Hamburg Conservatory as well as psychology and musicology at the universities of Hamburg and Cologne. Her artistic activities include dance and music theater productions as well as teaching. For her dance theater productions she creates concept, choreography, dramaturgy, stage design and light. She made choreographies for the Hamburg State Opera, the Hebbeltheater Berlin and the Halle Opera House.  

Her musical theater productions have led her to to the Cologne University of Music and Dance, the Salzburg Festival, the Karlsruhe State Theater, the Salzburg State Theater, the Zagreb National Theater, the Graz Opera House and the Easter Festival of the Rheinsberg Palace Opera. She also worked as an actress at the Hamburg State Opera and at the Theater des Westens Berlin.  

She began teaching in 1982 as a lecturer for rhythmics at the Hamburg and worked in the drama department at the Hanover University of Music and. From 1994 to 2003 she taught music dramaturgy at the universities of music and theater in Hamburg, Cologne, Stuttgart and Munich. Since 2009 she has been teaching music dramaturgy and form theory at the Mozarteum University Salzburg. She introduced the subject Body and Sign in Space (Creating Time - Creating Space - Creating Meaning). Together with students, she developed the performance Homecoming from Abroad by Mendelssohn-Bartholdy in the Theater im Kunstquartier (2009) and the concept for the installation Loges stairs in cooperation with PLUS in the foyer of the Mozarteum (2010).