Darla Crispin is Associate Professor of Musicology at the Norwegian Academy of Music.
Darla Crispin is Associate Professor of Musicology at the Norwegian Academy of Music. She specializes in performance and philosophy in musical modernism and post-modernism, with particular emphasis on the Second Viennese School. Her most recent work examines this repertoire through the prism of artistic research in music. Darla Crispin has also worked as a solo performer and accompanist in Europe and Canada. Her publications include a collaborative volume with Kathleen Coessens and Anne Douglas, The Artistic Turn: A Manifesto (Leuven 2009), and numerous book chapters and articles, the most recent of which is Of Arnold Schoenberg’s Klavierstück op. 33a, a Game of Chess, and theEmergence of New Epistemic Things (Leuven 2013).