Orpheus Institute is looking for a researcher-assistant with expertise in the history of keyboard constructionCall March 13, 2015
The Orpheus Institute is looking for a researcher at the pre-doc or post-doc level who has strong research, organizational and writing skills, who has a technical interest in the making of pianos, and who is interested in taking on a key role in a collaborative project to reconstruct and manufacture an early nineteenth-century piano of historical and artistic significance.
The successful candidate will be integrated in the Research Cluster “Declassifying the Classics” under the supervision of senior researcher Prof. Tom Beghin and in collaboration with historical keyboard maker Chris Maene.
Application deadline: May 1, 2015.
Call Assistant Researcher Declassifying the Classics (Download, .pdf)