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Dr. Katarzyna Grebosz-Haring Senior Scientist, Co-Director Programme Area ConTempOhr. Mediating Contemporary Music
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CURRICULUM VITAE

Education

2006     Dr. phil. (Musicology), University Mozarteum Salzburg, Austria.   

2001     Master of Arts (Music Education, Minors: Violine Performance), Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice, Poland.

2001    Diploma Music Therapy, Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice, Poland. 

Professional Experience

2014 – 2019   Senior Scientist and Co-Director, Programme Area “ConTempOhr. Mediating Contemporary Music” at the Cooperative Focus Area Science and Art, University of Salzburg and University Mozarteum Salzburg, Austria.

since 2017      University Lecturer, Department of Music Education and Music Didactics, University of Regensburg, Germany.       

2013 – 2016     Post-Doctoral Researcher, FWF Project "New Music Festivals as Agorai...",    Department of Art History, Musicology and Dance Studies, University of Salzburg, Austria.

2009 – 2014     Artistic Department Staff, Salzburg Mozarteum Foundation, Austria.

2006 – 2009    Concert Management/ Marketing/ PR, Salzburg Easter Festival/ Salzburg Festival/ Salzburg Biennale/ Salzburg Konzertgesellschaft, Austria.

2004 – 2006    Research Associate, Research Network Man and Music, University Mozarteum Salzburg, Austria.

Fellowships

1999 – 2000    Scholarship, Music and Dance Education - Orff-Institut, University Mozartuem Salzburg, Austria

Peer-Review Activities and Memberships of Scientific Societies

since 2015     Reviewer, Arts & Health. An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice/ Taylor & Francis Online, England.

since 2017     Team Member, Inter-University Research Network “Music and Migration”.

since 2014     Member, Royal Society for Public Health/ The Arts, Health and Wellbeing Special Interest Group.

  

PUBLICATIONS AND CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Books

Heilgendorff, S., Grebosz-Haring, K., Velasco-Pufleau, L., & Zyła, M. (2019, in preparation). New music festivals as Agorai: Warszawska Jesień, Festival d’Automne à Paris, and Wien Modern since 1980. E-Book/Online-Publikation (open access), Hofheim/Taunus: Wolke Verlag.

Grebosz-Haring, K., Heilgendorff, S., & Losert, M. (eds.) (2019, in preparation). Vermittlung zeitgenössischer Musik – Mediating Contemporary Music. Mainz: Schott (Reihe "üben und musizieren. Texte zur instrumentalpädagogik").


Doctoral Thesis

Grebosz-Haring, K. (2006). Der Einfluss musikalischer Ausbildung auf die Entwicklung der Psyche von Kindern. Eine empirische Untersuchung an drei unterschiedlichen Grundschulen in Polen [The Influence of Musical Training on the Development of the Psyche in Children. An Empirical Study at Three Different Primary Schools in Poland]. Doctoral Thesis, Mozarteum University Salzburg.


Articles and Book Chapters

Grebosz-Haring, K., Gaul, M. (2020, in preparation.). Akkulturation [Acculturation]. In: W. Gratzer & N. Grosch (eds.), Musik und Migration: Ein Theorie- und Methodenhandbuch. Münster, New York: Waxmann.

Grebosz-Haring, K, & Gaul, M. (2020, in preparation). Effekte von musikalischen Interventionen bei Kindern und Jugendlichen mit Migrationshintergrund: Entwicklungen von psychosozialen, kognitiven, emotionalen und persönlichkeitsbezogenen Akkulturationsprozessen [Effects of Music-Based Interventions in Children and Young People from Migrant Backgrounds: Developments of Psychosocial, Cognitive, Emotional and Personality-related Acculturation Processes]. In: N. Grosch, & W. Gratzer (eds.), Handbuch Musik und Migration: Ein Theorie- und Methodenhandbuch. Münster, New York: Waxmann Verlag.

Grebosz-Haring, K. & Heilgendorff, S. (2019, in preparation). Zwischen Podium und Publikum: Gender-Proportionen in der zeitgenössischen (Kunst-)Musik am Beispiel einer Publikums-Studie beim Festival d’Automne, Warszawska Jesień und Wien Modern 2014 [Between Podium and Audience: Gender Proportions in Contemporary (Art) Music Using an Example of an Audience Survey at the Festival d’Automne, Warszawska Jesień and Wien Modern 2014]. In: N. Noeske & V. Grund (eds.), ‚Sex‘ und ‚Gender‘ im Neue-Musik-Diskurs von der Gegenwart bis in die 1950er Jahren. Bielefeld: transcript (Reihe "Musik und Klangkultur"). 

Grebosz-Haring, K. (2019, in preparation). Sozio-kulturelle Aspekte der Vermittlung Neuer Musik [Socio-Cultural Aspects of Mediating Contmeporary Music]. In: K. Grebosz-Haring, S. Heilgendorff, M. Losert (eds.), Vermittlung zeitgenössischer Musik – Mediating Contemporary Music, Mainz: Schott Music (Reihe "üben und musizieren. Texte zur instrumentalpädagogik").

Grebosz-Haring, K., & Thun-Hohenstein, L. (March 2019). Singing for health and wellbeing in children and young people with mental disorders. In: R. Heydon, D. Fancourt, & A. Cohen (eds.), The Routledge Companion to Interdisciplinary Studies in Singing, Volume III: Wellbeing. London: Routledge.

Grebosz-Haring, K., & Thun-Hohenstein, L. (2018). Effects of Group Singing versus Group Music Listening on Hospitalized Children and Adolescents with Mental Disorders: A Pilot Study. Heliyon 4, e01014. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.heliyon.2018.e01014

Grebosz-Haring, K., Heilgendorff, S., Velasco-Pufleau, L., & Żyła, M. (2018). Audience study on new music festivals as agorai: Their formation and impact on Warsaw Autumn, Festival d’Automne in Paris, and Wien Modern since 1980. AUSSDA Dataverse, V1. doi:10.11587/HUQSXB

Grebosz-Haring, K., & Weichbold, M. (2018). Contemporary art music and its audiences. Age, gender and social class. Musicae Scientiae, 1–18. doi: 10.1177/1029864918774082

Grebosz-Haring, K., & Thun-Hohenstein, L. (2017). Psychobiological responses to musical activities in children and adolescents with mental disorders: Results of a pilot study. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 83, 84. doi.org/10.1016/j.psyneuen.2017.07.462

Grebosz-Haring, K., & Heilgendorff, S. (2017). Auf dem Weg zur kulturorientierten Stadt. Publikums-Studie zu Festivals neuer Musik in Paris, Warschau und Wien 2014 [On the Way to a Culture-Orientated City. Audience Study on Festivals of New Music in Paris, Warsaw and Vienna 2014]. Positionen, 112, 3–9.

Grebosz-Haring, K. (2016). Audiences of contemporary art music: Brief report on audience surveys at the Festival d`Automne à Paris, Warsaw Autumn, and Wien Modern in Autumn 2014. Online Manuscript.

Heilgendorff, S., & Grebosz-Haring, K. (2016). Wer hört denn da diese Neue Musik? Das Publikum von Wien Modern. Ergebnisse der Publikumsbefragung 2014 [Who Listens to this New Music then? The Audience of Wien Modern. Findings from the Audience Survey 2014]. Falter, 42a (16), 4.

Bernatzky G., Grebosz-Haring, K., Wendtner, F., & Kreutz, G. (2015). Musikhören bei Depression und Demenz: Von der Hirnforschung zur klinischen Anwendung [Music Listening in Depression and Dementia: From Brain Research to a Clinical Application]. In: G. Bernatzky, & G. Kreutz (eds.) Musik und Medizin. Chancen für Therapie, Prävention und Bildung, pp. 85–98, Vienna: Springer.

Balzer, H.-U., Bachmann, K., Ferstl, E., Fritz, F., Glöckner, N., & Grebosz, K. (2005). Musikwirkung, Grundlagen Studie: Zwischenbericht. Forschungsnetz Mensch und Musik [The Effects of Music: Basic Foundational Research. Interim Report]. Research Network Man and Music, Mozarteum University Salzburg.


Lectures and Academical Posters (Peer-Review and Guest-Lectures)


Grebosz-Haring, K. (upcoming).The effects of music and art education on musical, creative and cognitive task performance in primary school children: Results and a model from a quasi-experimental longitudinal study. 6th International Symposium of Music Pedagogues "Music Pedagogy in the Context of Present and Future Changes", Osijek, Kroatia, April 11–13 2019 (peer-review).

Grebosz-Haring, K., & Heilgendorff, S. (2018, July 7). Zwischen Podium und Publikum: Gender-Proportionen in der zeitgenössischen (Kunst-)Musik am Beispiel einer Publikums-Studie beim Festival d’Automne, Warszawska Jesień und Wien Modern 2014 [Between Podium and Audience: Gender Proportions in Contemporary (Art) Music using an Example of an Audience Survey at the Festival d’Automne, Warszawska Jesień and Wien Modern 2014]. International Conference "Body, Concepts, Canon, Constructions: Sex and Gender in the New-Music Discourse from the Present to the 1950s", University of Music and Theater Hamburg, Germany (invited).

Grebosz-Haring, K. (2018, January 18). Empirische Publikumsforschung in der zeitgenössischen (Kunst-)Musik: Sozialstruktur und Gender [Empirical Audience Research in Contemporary (Art) Music: Social Structure and Gender]. Musicology Seminar, University of Detmold/Paderborn, Germany (invited).

with Kreutz, G., Fancourt, D., & Nater, U. (2017, September 9). Symposion/Panel Singing, dancing, playing and listening for better health: Neurohumoral responses to musical activities. 47th Annual ISPNE Conference "Genes and Hormones: Key factors of wellbeing throughout the lifespan", Zurich, Switzerland (peer-review).

Grebosz-Haring, K., & Thun-Hohenstein, L. (2017, June 17). Psychological and neuroendocrine responses to singing and music listening in children and adolescents with mental illness: A pilot study. International Conference "The Neurosciences and Music – VI: Music, Sound and Health", Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA (peer-review).

Grebosz-Haring, K. (2017, May 25). New music festivals as exclusive community? A critical perspective on audiences and aesthetics at European festivals of contemporary (art) music. CHIME Conference "Music, Festivals, Heritage", Siena, Italy (peer-review). 

Grebosz-Haring, K., & Thun-Hohenstein, L. (2016, September 10). Auswirkungen des Chorsingens im Vergleich zu Musikhören auf Modulation von Cortisol, sekretorischem Immunglobulin A (s-IgA), psychischem Befinden und Lebensqualität bei Kindern und Jugendlichen mit psychischen Störungen. Ergebnisse einer Pilotstudie [Effects of Choir Singing Compared to Music Listening on Modulation of Cortisol, Secretory Immunoglobulin A (s-IgA), Mood and Quality of Life in Children and Adolescents with Mental Disorders. Results of a Pilot Study]. 32nd Annual Conference of the German Society for Music Psychology "Acoustic and Musical Perception", University of Vienna, Austria (peer-review).  

Grebosz-Haring, K. (2016, March 12). New audiences  for contemporary art music? Comparative perspectives on Warsaw Autumn, Wien Modern and Festival d’Automne à Paris. International Conference "European New Music Festivals as Agorai: Music, Creativity, Politics and History",  University of Salzburg and University Mozarteum Salzburg, Austria (invited). 

Grebosz-Haring, K., Thun-Hohenstein, L., & Pichler-Satzger, Ch. (2015, September 12). Künstlerische Aktivitäten und Musikhören bei Kindern und Jugendlichen mit psychischen Störungen. Eine Pilotstudie [Art-Based Activities and Music Listening in Children and Adolescents with Mental Disorders]. 31st Annual Conference of the German Society of Music Psychology "Music and Wellbeing", University of Oldenburg, Germany (peer-review).

Heilgendorff, S., & Grebosz-Haring, K. (2015, November 22). Festivals Neuer Musik in Metropolen: Was tut und wer ist ihr Publikum? Präsentation und Podiums-Diskussion der Resultate aus der großen Publikumsbefragung bei Wien Modern im Herbst 2014 [Contemporary Art Music Reflected in Metropolitan Festivals: What do and who are their Audiences? Presentation and Panel Discussion of the Results from the Audience Survey at Wien Modern in Autumn 2014]. Performance of FWF-project „New Music Festivals as Agorai...“ in cooperation with MICA and Wien Modern, Vienna, Austria (invited).

Heilgendorff, S., & Grebosz-Haring, K. (2015, November 18). Contemporary art music reflected in metropolitan festivals: Comparative samples of performances, spaces and their audiences. Conference of Austrian Society for Musicology (ÖGMW) "Analyse - Interpretation - Aufführung - Performance. Ein Spannungsfeld der Neubestimmung musikwissenschaftlicher Methoden", University of Music and Performing Arts Graz, Austria (peer-review).  

Thun-Hohenstein, L., Grebosz-Haring, K., Pichler-Satzger, Ch., & Wagner, S. (2015, October 13). Creative arts and music listening in children and adolescents with mental disorders. A pilot study. Arts, Health and Wellbeing Special Interest Group Annual Meeting, London, England (invited).

Grebosz-Haring, K., & Żyła, M. (2015, September 21). Metropolitan new music festivals: What do and who are their audiences? Presentation and pudium-discussion. Performance of FWF-project „New Music Festivals as Agorai...“ in cooperation with the Austrian Cultural Forum and the Festival Warsaw Autumn, Warsaw, Poland (invited).

Grebosz-Haring, K. (2015, February 6). New music festivals and their audiences: A comparative study on mediation events at Warsaw Autumn, Wien Modern and Festival d’Automne in Paris in 2014. International Conference "Classical Music and its Audiences in the Digital Age", Paris, France (peer review).

Grebosz-Haring, K., & Kreutz, G. (2013, March 23). Musical, creative and cognitive task performance in primary school children: A longitudinal study. Conference of the Austrian Society for Music and Medicine (ÖGfMM/MDW) "Make Music Healthy", University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna, Austria (peer review).

Grebosz-Haring, K. (2008, November 30). Effects of music and arts education in primary school children. A longitudinal study. Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester, England (invited).

Grebosz-Haring, K. (2006). Wie beeinflussen Musik- und Kunstunterricht Lernleistungen und Persönlichkeit von Kindern? Eine Längsschnittuntersuchung an polnischen Grundschulen [What Impact do Music and Arts Education have on the Learning Efficiency and Personality Development of Children? Results of a Longitudinal Study at Polish Primary Schools]. Goethe-University, Frankfurt on the Main, Germany (invited).

Grebosz-Haring, K. (2006). What impact do music and arts education have on the learning efficiency and personality development of children? Results of a longitudinal study at polish primary schools. Conference of the International Music & Art Research Association "Wie Musik wirkt? Dialog der Wissenschaften und Künste über die Wirkung von Musik in Kunst - Pädagogik - Medizin", Baden at Vienna, Austria (invited).

Grebosz-Haring, K. (2005). Persönlichkeitsentwicklung und Lernleistung im Vergleich. Eine empirische Untersuchung an drei unterschiedlichen Grundschulen in Polen [Personality Development and Learning Performance in Comparison. An Empirical Study at three Different Primary Schools in Poland]. Conference of the European Association for Music and Schools, Prague, Czech Republic (peer review).  

 

PRESS REPORTS TO RESEARCH PROJECTS

2017 Press reports to „Art is a doctor...“

Das österreichische Gesundheitswesen ÖKZ „Dr. Kunst. Eine Salzburger Studie zeigt die messbare Wirkung kreativer Betätigung auf psychiatrisch betreute Kinder und Jugendliche – ein Mosaikstein in der Weiterentwicklung des in Österreich jungen Faches der Kinder- und Jugendpsychiatrie vor dem Hintergrund bundesweiter Mängel und Engpässe“ (58. Jg., S. 28–30).

Salzburger Nachrichten „Kunst befreit die Seele. Welche Rolle spielen Singen, Musikhören, Tanzen, Theaterspielen und textiles Gestalten für Jugendliche, die psychisch krank sind? Salzburger Forscher haben dazu eine Pilotstudie gemacht“ (8/6/2017).

Kronenzeitung „Innere Ruhe finden. Studie belegt: Kunst baut Stress ab“ (7/6/2017).

Salzburg.ORF.at „Psychisch kranke Kinder: Singen reduziert Stress. Singen und Musikhören tragen erheblich zur Stressreduktion bei psychisch kranken Kindern bei. Das zeigt eine Studie der Salzburger Universitätsstudie für Kinder- und Jugendpsychiatrie, die von den Festspielen finanziert wurde“ (9/6/2017).

Meinbezirk.at „Art is a doctor – Salzburger Festspiele helfen Kinderseelen. Nachweislich“ (27/6/2017).

Salzburg24.at „Chorgesang als Stress-Hemmer für psychisch kranke Kinder. Kreative Betätigung trägt zur Reduktion der Stresshormon-Werte bei psychisch kranken Kindern und Jugendlichen bei. Das hat nun die interdisziplinäre und durch eine Spende der Salzburger Festspielen mitfinanzierte Pilotstudie ‚Art is a doctor‘ festgestellt“ (27/6/2017).

2015 Press reports to FWF-project “New Music Festivals as Agorai…” in German and English at scilog – the magazine of the Austrian Science Fund FWF.

2015 Press reports to FWF-projects “New Music Festivals as Agorai…” in "Die Presse" (http://diepresse.com/home/science/4876083/Keine-Angst-vor-Neuer-Musik?from=suche.intern.portal).


COURSES (current)

SE 901.557 (PLUS)/ 90.1557 (MOZ): Sozialwissenschaftliche Forschung zu zeitgenössischen Künsten II (with Martin Weichbold), Cooperation Focus Area Science and Art, University of Salzburg and Mozarteum Salzburg, Austria (SS 2019).


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