Prof. Bella Brover-Lubovsky

Prof. Bella Brover-Lubovsky

Prof. Bella Brover-Lubovsky

Position in the Academy: 
Dean of the Composition, Conducting & Music Education Faculty

Bella Brover-Lubovsky (Ph.D., Hebrew University, 2001) is a Professor of Musicology at the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance.

Brover-Lubovsky is the author of Tonal Space in the Music of Antonio Vivaldi (Indiana University Press, 2008), The Early Reign of Oleg: Music for the Play by Catherine the Great (A-R Editions, 2018), and of numerous articles published in international periodicals and volumes.

She is a recipient of international awards and grants, including the Thurnau Award (Bayreuth University), research grants from the Einstein Foundation Berlin, the Israel Science Foundation, the Italian Academy for Advanced Studies in America (Columbia University), the Vittore Branca Center for the Study of Italian Culture (Fondazione Cini, Venice), the Newberry Library, the Vigevani and Orzen postdoctoral fellowships. Brover-Lubovsky has served as Senior Research Fellow at the Hebrew University, Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Illinois, Bar-Ilan and Tel-Aviv Universities, Research Associate at the University of Columbia, and course writer at the Open University of Israel. She served as the Israel Musicological Society Chair in 2008-2011.

Brover-Lubovsky teaches the historical survey of Western music from Ancient Greece to Romanticism (four courses), formal analysis, and graduate seminars on various subjects.

 

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