Daniele G. Daude

 Lecturer (Dr. Dr. Phil.) 


Dr. Dr. Daniele G. Daude is a French-German scholar and dramaturge for music, opera, theatre and performance art.

Daniele G. Daude received a doctorate in theatre studies from Freie Universität Berlin (2011) and a doctorate in musicology from Université de Paris 8 (2013). Daniele has taught at several German and French universities (Humboldt Universität, Universität der Künste, Alice-Salomon-Hochschule, Freie Universität in Berlin, Campus Caraïbéen des Arts and Internat de la Réussite in Fort-de-France). 2013-2015 Daniele was guest Professor for Performing Arts at Campus Caraïbéen des Arts (Martinique). In 2016-2020 Daniele became Maître*sse de Conférences in aesthetics and philosophy. Daniele G. Daude writes monographies, reviews, essays and articles for german-, englisch-, and french-language journals.

2023 Dr. Dr. Daniele G. Daude is Artistic and Excecutive Director of Ringlokschuppen Ruhr. 


  • Stage Analysis (opera, theatre)
  • Music and Ideology
  • Music Her*Stories  
  • Caribbean Philosophy
  • Post- and Decolonial Drama 
  • Political Satire and Humor on the Stage

Compositions (Choir and Strings)

The String Archestra

Founder of The String Archestra (2016)

The String Archestra is a chamber, string ensemble created in 2016 to empower musicians of color in classical music and to ​recognize composers who have been overlooked in music history because of their​ ethnicity and gender.  

Com Chor

Founder of Com Chor Berlin (2013)

Com Chor is a Community Choir for QTI*BIPOC and BIPOC. Founded 2013 to empower Black and Brown Communities by singing great music wothout notes. Since 2016 members are also trained to Choir Direction.