Katharina Schmidt


Katharina Schmidt is a musician and musicologist based in Berlin. She has been trained as a drummer and pianist and holds a Master's degree in Sound Studies from the Berlin University of the Arts. During her Bachelor’s degree in musicology, theatre studies and comparative literature at the Free University in Berlin, she held a scholarship from the Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes. Her artistic portfolio includes film music, sound art, and radiophonic pieces. She has published academic research papers on topics such as sound in literature (particularly in the novels of Virginia Woolf), acoustic ecology, and new interfaces for musical expression. Katharina works as a curator with Cashmere Radio, Sonic Field, and SVS Radio, and continues to write and perform her own music, which has been played at festivals such as Radiophrenia Glasgow and Borealis Festival. For more information, you are welcome at www.katharina-schmidt.net


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