Stefan Morent |  MUSIC

Studied musicology and computer science in Tübingen, recorder and historical performance practice in Trossingen, music of the Middle Ages with Andrea von Ramm and Sterling Jones.
He received his PhD with “Studies on the Influence of Instrumental on Vocal Music in the Middle Ages” and his Habilitation with “The Middle Ages in the 19th Century. A Contribution to the History of Composing in France” in Tübingen.
He held teaching assignments and professorships in Trossingen, Vienna, Hamburg, Heidelberg, Detmold, Saarbrücken, Mannheim, Cologne, and Berkeley.
In 2020 he has been appointed to the new professorship/chair of musicology with focus on digital musicology/music before 1600 at the University of Tübingen.
2021-2023 Head of Department of the Institute of Musicology.
He is project leader of a research project on medieval music fragments from Württemberg monasteries funded by the German Research Foundation and speaker of the Exploration Full Fund “Sacred Sound”.
His research interests are Music of the Middle Ages, Historical Performance Practice, Music History in the German Southwest, Music and Religion, Digital Musicology.
He also performs an extensive international concert activity with his ensemble Ordo Virtutum for music of the Middle Ages.

Stefan Morent will be teaching in:

– Master’s Modules: Grace, Community, Truth, Justice