Graduates

 

  • March 2020
        • PhD’s:
          • Grace Talabi, ‘A study of the music and social meaning of selected choral works from Dayọ̀ Oyedun’s cantatas’, supervisors: Prof Stephanus Muller & Dr Paula Fourie.
        • Master’s:
          • Ashrudeen Waggie, ‘“Its just a matter of time”: African American musicians and the Cultural Boycott in South Africa, 1968-1983’, supervisors: Dr Lizabé Lambrechts and Dr Chet Fransch (History).

 

  • March 2019
        • PhD’s:
          • Annemie Behr, ‘Constructing a history from music reportage: Jewish musical life in South Africa, 1930-1948.’, supervisor: Prof Stephanus Muller.

    December 2018

        • PhD’s:
          • Wayne Muller,  ‘A reception history of opera in Cape Town: Tracing the development of a distinctly South African operatic aesthetic (1985–2015)’, supervisor: Prof Stephanus Muller.
        • Master’s:

    March 2018

        • Master’s:
          • Oladele Ayorinde, ‘Dizu Plaatjies and the Amampondo: Music, Agency and Social Transformation’, http://scholar.sun.ac.za/handle/10019.1/103371, supervisor: Prof Stephanus Muller.
          • Nduduzo Makhathini, ‘Encountering Bheki Mseleku: a Biographical-analytical consideration of his life and music’, http://scholar.sun.ac.za/handle/10019.1/103795, supervisors: Dr Stephanie Vos, Dr Jonathan Eato (University of York) & Prof Stephanus Muller.
          • Kyle Shepherd, Interrogating the own: a practise-based, auto-ethnographic reflection on musical creation with reference to the work of Abdullah Ibrahim, Zim Ngqawana and Kyle Shepherd,  http://scholar.sun.ac.za/handle/10019.1/103764, supervisors: Dr Stephanie Vos, Dr Jonathan Eato (University of York) & Prof Stephanus Muller.

    December 2017

        • PhD’s:
          • Claudia Jansen van Rensburg, Perspectives on musical strategies of settlement and migration: four case studies from the Western Cape, South Africa’, supervisors: Prof Stephanus Muller & Dr Thomas Cousins.
          • Marc Röntsch, ‘An Anthology of Existence: Explorations into the Life and Works of Christopher Langford James (1952 – 2008)’, supervisor: Prof Stephanus Muller.
          • Jackie Bullindah, ‘Creative processes in generating theatrical music for plays in Kenya’, supervisors: Prof Stephanus Muller & Prof Emily Akuno (The Co-operative University of Kenya).

    March 2017

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