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Ilse Christine Tiebert

Since 2013, Ilse Christine Tiebert has been working with her team to establish the University Mozarteum's Art Archive Room. She is the author of the 2018 publication "Historical Aspects of the University Mozarteum," in which she highlights the development of the departments and institutes.
Ilse Christine Tiebert studied Romance philology and philosophy at the University of Salzburg and successfully completed her teaching degree in 1982. In her doctoral thesis she dealt with the author Pierre Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais and his Figaro trilogy and examined the reception history of the three Figaro pieces and their numerous settings from the beginning to the late 20th century (1985). Among her professors, she was particularly influenced by Felix Karlinger, Mario Wandruszka and her doctoral supervisor Rudolf Baehr. On June 27, 1985 she received her PhD. phil.  Ilse Tiebert has been working in the cultural sector since 1987, initially at the Salzburg Cultural Association and as a freelancer at the City of Salzburg's cultural office. Since 1993 she has been working at the Mozarteum University. After nine years as an events officer, she took over the International Office in 2001. She was also a member of the Equal Opportunities Working Group for several years. Since 2013, Ilse Christine Tiebert has been involved in setting up the art archive room at the Mozarteum University.