·        Editor, Schoenberg’s Writings on Aesthetics and Interpretation in Performance, which is the forth of nine volumes called ‘Schoenberg in Words: Teachings, Correspondence and other Writings (1890-1951)’, Oxford University Press, work in progress (estimated publication at 2026). 


  • ‘Metaphysical, religious and poetic perceptions of Bronislaw Huberman’, online publication of selected papers of "The Embodiment of Authority" Conference, Department of Doctoral Studies in Musical Performance and Research, Sibelius Academy, Helsinki, Finland 2010 (2011).

·        With Matthias Pasdzierny, ‘Sprechstimme Reconsidered Once Again: “… though Mrs. Stiedry is never in pitch”’, Music Theory Online (MTO), 13/2 (June 2007). CITED GOOGLE SCHOLAR

·   'Pierrot lunaire in studio and in broadcast: Sprechstimme, tempo and character', Journal of the Society of Musicology in Ireland (JSMI), 2 (2006-7). DOWNLOAD PDF. CITED GOOGLE SCHOLAR

·   The Test Pressings of Schoenberg Conducting Pierrot lunaire: Sprechstimme Reconsidered’, Music Theory Online (MTO), 12/1 (February 2006). CITED GOOGLE SCHOLAR

· Schoenberg as conductor', in Min-Ad (2006). DOWNLOAD PDF. CITED GOOGLE SCHOLAR

·  'Composition and performance as co-production: the Israeli case', in Tav+ Music, Arts, Society, 4 (2004): 64-73 (in Hebrew).

·  ‘Review Article’: ‘Review of Eric Clarke: performance expression’, in Tav+ Music, Arts, Society, 2 (2003): 114-123 (in Hebrew).

Professional education

  • 2002-2007 PhD degree in Music, at the Royal Holloway Collage, University of London under the supervision of Prof. John Rink. Dissertation title: 'Schoenberg as Performer: An Aesthetics in Practice'.
  • 1995-2000 B.A. Degree from Tel-Aviv University in Musicology and Orchestra Conducting.


  • 2009 The British Library Sound Archive Edison Fellowship
  • 2008 Postdoctoral research fellowship in Berlin from the European Network for Musicological Research (University of London, Università degli Studi di Pavia and Humboldt Universität).


  • 2014 Music and Letters, funding the traveling to the  “Schoenberg at 140” International Conference, Canterbury Christ Church University, September 2014
  • 2012 Janet Levy Fund for Independent Scholars for the book project “Schoenberg’s Writings on Aesthetics and Interpretation in Performance”.
  • 2011 Grant from the Hebrew University Supporters for giving a paper in the ‘Art Musics of Israel: Identities, Ideologies, Influences’ conference in London.
  • 2010 Avenir Foundation Research Grant for a one-month research trip to the Arnold Schoenberg Center in Vienna in order to work on two books on Schoenberg and performance.
  • 2008 The Music and Letters journal grant.
  • 2005 Royal Musical Association, Research Student Grant for a conference trip to Dublin.2004, 2005 Central Research Fund, University of London: grants for research trips to the Arnold Schönberg Center in Vienna.
  • 2004 Fund from the Ministry of Immigration Absorption for two years.
  • 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 Royal Holloway Collage Research Grant.
  • 2002 ORS (Overseas Research Studentship) Awards Scheme and Royal Holloway College Research Studentship.


2014 – 2017   Music lecturer at the Achva College, Israel. Courses: ‘Multiculturalism through music for kindergarten children’, ‘Classical music for kindergarten children’ and 'Music as a tool for progressing            kindergarten children'.

2004 – 2008 lecturer, Bar-Ilan University, Israel. Courses for undergraduate students: 'Counterpoint Bach'; 'History of                             Western Music 1'; 'Harmony'. Courses for postgraduate students: 'Research Methods' – review of contemporary                                research methods;  'Performance Studies' – considering the most updated research on performance; 'Schoenberg’s                       performance aesthetics and practice'.

Conferences and seminars

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