about the author
Danielle Sofer trained as a violist and pianist but abandoned performance in graduate school to pursue an academic career in music history and theory; however, somehow she has never been able to remove herself completely from a performing role. Danielle is currently employed as a university assistant at the Kunstuniversität in Graz, Austria, where she is writing the dissertation “Making Sex Sound: Erotic Currents in Electronic Music.” Danielle has published on Deleuze’s notion of eroticism as it pertains to electronic music and on the music of central European composers active in the 1920s. An article revisiting the concept of “structural listening” is forthcoming as is a book co-edited with Christa Brüstle on the life and work of composer Elizabeth Maconchy.
info & contact
University of Music and Performing Arts, Graz, AT
(in DARE 2015: the dark precursor ) Martin Heidegger, noise, voice