Cornelia Wild

Musikpädagogik (Music pedagogics)
Fachgruppe 1: Komposition, Musiktheorie, Musikpädagogik, Musikwissenschaft, Musikinformatik, Musikjournalismus (Composition, music theory, music education, musicology, music informatics and music journalism Department)
Cornelia Wild

Cornelia Wild M.A. laid the foundation for her professional work in the field of music with her studies at the University of Music Karlsruhe (school music / HF piano). At the Leopold Mozart Centre of the University of Augsburg, she completed her Master's degree in music education/concert pedagogy with top marks in 2014. Prior to that, she qualified part-time in the distance learning programme in cultural management at the Hamburg University of Music and Theatre.

In 2005, together with Prof. Jürgen Christ, she founded the agency CONCERTINA, which she headed as managing director for many years. She worked in the event sector at the University of Music Karlsruhe and as a press officer for the classical music festival Klassik am See Erlangen. With the children's concert series POLDIS KLEINE KONZERTE, founded in 2013, she organised numerous concerts for children and young people until 2017, reaching more than 5,000 young listeners. Since 2022, she has been coordinating the MusikMobil Karlsruhe and leading the associated seminar at the Karlsruhe University of Music.

Cornelia Wild has conceived numerous concerts that particularly appeal to sensory perception. Her concepts have been performed at the National Theatre in Weimar, at the Live Music Now Foundation, at the OFF I Oboe-Fagott Festival in Kremsmünster (Austria), at the International Weingartner Music Days of Young Artists, at the Klanggrenzen Festival, at the Mozartfeschtle Augsburg, at the Leopold Mozart Centre Augsburg and in numerous public concerts, at schools and kindergartens.

She passes on her experience in workshops and seminars. Since 2014, she has been teaching in the master's programme in music education/concert pedagogy at the Leopold Mozart Centre of the University of Augsburg. At the Karlsruhe University of Music, she has been a lecturer in music education since 2022 and is working on a doctorate with Prof. Dr. Mirjam Boggasch. She has