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Halina Goldberg

Associate Professor of Music, Jacobs School of Music, Department of Musicology

Halina Goldberg is editor of The Age of Chopin: Interdisiplinary Inquiries (Indiana University Press, 2004) and author of Music in Chopin’s Warsaw (Oxford University Press, forthcoming).

Professor Goldberg’s recent and forthcoming articles deal with Chopin’s chamber versions of his concert works, Chopin in Warsaw’s salons, national constructs in Glinka’s music, and the participation of nineteenth-century Jewish musicians in the articulation of Polish musical identity.

Professor Goldberg won the 1998 Wilk Award for Research in Polish Music (Polish Music Reference Center, University of Southern California, Los Angeles) and has been invited to lecture at the Polish Chopin Academy in Warsaw; Jagiellonian University in Krakow; the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C.; and Warsaw 2 in Poland. She is on the editorial board for Polish Music Journal.

Research Interests

Chopin, music in Poland and Eastern Europe, performance practice, reception, and national constructs.