Anne Siebrasse

Research Interests

  • Aesthetic emotions
  • Musical taste

    Vita

    Academic Education

    2019–2021Master of Music, Chamber Music, Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts, Frankfurt am Main
    2015–2020Master of Music, Instrumental Studies (Focus: Teaching), Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts, Frankfurt am Main
    2018–2019Master of Science, Psychology, Philipps University, Marburg
    2013–2018Bachelor of Science, Psychology, Philipps University, Marburg
    2010–2016Bachelor of Music, Instrumental Studies (Focus: Performance), Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts, Frankfurt am Main

    Professional Experience

    Since 2021Researcher at the „Network 4.0 of Universities of Music“, Germany
    Since 2020Researcher at Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
    2018–2019Lectureship for Perception Psychology at the Vocational College for Music and Sound Design, Fellbach, Germany
    Since 2013Teaching at the municipal youth music school Göppingen, Germany

    Awards and Grants

    Awards and Grants

    201826. award of the Kamar Percy and Ingeborg John Foundation with the Sigma Piano Trio
    2015–2021Scholarship Yehudi Menuhin Live Music Now Frankfurt e.V. with the Duo Saxophilie
    2013–2018Scholarship Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes 
    2010–2011Starter scholarship Gesellschaft der Freunde und Förderer der Hochschule ̈für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Frankfurt am Main

    Projects

    • Developing an "Aesthetic Emotions Scale" (AESTHEMOS)

      A theoretical construct of "Aesthetic Emotions" is useful for empirical research only to the extent that methods for measuring actually felt aesthetic emotions are developed. The project undertakes this effort: it develops highly nuanced ...

    • Survey on musical taste in Germany

      In quantitative research on musical tastes and preferences, data from national surveys play a major role. However, these surveys usually serve other purposes than those of taste research and are almost never designed by the researchers themselves. ...