Julia Hinterberger, Asst.-Prof. Bakk.Art. Mag. art. Dr. phil.

Deputy Department Head

  • Mirabellplatz 1
  • 5020 Salzburg

Born 1 November 1978 in Upper Austria; qualified as a teacher of music at the Mozarteum University in addition to studies in German literature at Salzburg‘s Paris Lodron University graduating with distinction in 2003.
Studied to specialize as an instrumental teacher, main subject flute, graduated in 2006.
Studied for a Ph.D at the Mozarteum and the Paris Lodron University in Salzburg. Doctorate awarded with distinction in 2008.

From 2008 to 2014 assistant lecturer at both the Mozarteum and the Paris Lodron University working on study days for teachers on humour in music, lyric poetry and music, the holocaust in music, artists‘ biographies (CVs), the railway in the arts, Anne Frank in the arts, how to conduct interviews and evaluate candidates, etc.

From 2012 to 2014 assistant to Professor Wolfgang Gratzer as pro-vice-chancellor for research and development. From 2012 to 2014 research assistant on the Sparkling Science Project Individuum – Collectivum, led by Professor Michaela Schwarzbauer
From 2014 assistant professor in the Department of Musicology, concurrently member of the research group on the history of music in Salzburg while also working to qualify for tenure. Title of post-doctoral thesis: Music and cultural identity: musical culture in the city of Salzburg 1914–1955

Main research areas: the history of music in Salzburg, history of Austrian music in the 20th and 21st centuries, music under dictatorship, new music, reception research, research into intermediality with particular reference to the interface between music and literature.