Daniele G. Daude

 Lecturer (Dr. Dr. Phil.) 


Daniele G. Daude is a French-German scholar and dramaturge for (music)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). She has taught at several German and French academic institutions (Humboldt Universität, Universität der Künste, Alice-Salomon-Hochschule in Berlin, also Campus Caraïbéen des Arts and Internat de la Réussite in Fort-de-France). In 2013-2015 she has been the Head of the Department of Theatre at Campus Caraïbéen des Arts. In 2016-2020 she became Maîtresse de Conférences en esthétique et philosophie in the France. Currently Daniele Daude teaches History of Opera at Freie Universität Berlin. 

Daniele G. Daude's research fields encompass stage analysis (opera and theatre), music and ideology since 1945, humor on the stage, and tendencies of non-canonical music histories in the 21th century. Daniele G. Daude writes monographies, reviews, essays and articles for German, Englisch, and French Journals. 


  • Opera, Performance, and Theatre Analysis
  • Music and Ideology
  • Intersectional Music Historiography  
  • Performance and Theatre Theory 
  • 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.