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Michael Weiss - 2012 NZMS Award for Best Student Paper at the Auckland Conference.
 

Michael attended the University of Canterbury from 2000 to 2004, studying painting, German and performance cello, and from which he graduated with a Bachelor Fine Arts. Following that, he undertook a year of study at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, specialising in set design. In 2007, he returned to New Zealand to gain his primary school teaching diploma, after which he spent two years as a classroom teacher in Auckland. He returned to the University of Auckland in 2010 and completed a Graduate Diploma in Music. Since then, Michael has been a postgraduate student here in musicology and has situated his research in the music of the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. He has worked as a graduate teaching assistant, as a research assistant, and has had editorial involvement in some recent publications of musical scores. He received the University of Auckland's Drake Medal for Musicology in 2011. Read his paper below. (PDF)

 

Michael Weiss: The Nineteenth-Century Fonte: A Galant Formula in Romantic Music <HERE>

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