Katharina Uhde is a recipient of a Newberry Library Research Fellowship 2016, which will allow her teaching release for six months in order to devote herself to finishing her monograph on Joseph Joachim.
Katharina Uhde graduated from Duke University with her PhD in Musicology in 2014. She is Associate Professor in Violin and Musicology at Valparaiso University, IN. She holds MMS and DMA degrees from the University of Michigan and an Artists Diploma from the University of Music, Karlsruhe. Her dissertation, advised by R. Larry Todd, was titled ‘Joseph Joachim, Psychologische Musik and the Search for a New Music Aesthetic in the 1850s’. Dr. Uhde is under contract with Boydell & Brewer Press for her monograph The Music of Joseph Joachim (February 2017). Her peer-reviewed article and reviews of scholarly editions of Beethoven, Brahms, and Tchaikovsky concerti and chamber music have appeared in Nineteenth-Century Music Review.