Hermann Hudde has published articles and reviews at Harvard Review for Latin America, Revista Musical Chilena (University of Chile), Soundboard, Mundo Clásico, Revista de Musicología, Nineteenth Century Music Review and Tempo (Cambridge University Press). In Fall 2007 he was a participant in an Invitational Seminar at New England Conservatory, "Venezuela’s Message of Social Transformation Through Music: A Model for Education, Social Reform and Human Development in the U.S.?" Hermann received from the Latin American and Latino Studies at Brandeis University the Jane’s Travel Grant to research at the Library of Congress and his project: “Pan Americanism in Action: Latin American Music and Composers at Tanglewood from 1941 to 1965” was granted with the “Outstanding Research and Proposal Project.” Hermann presented his first paper about Music Panamericanism at the American Musicology Society in 2012.
As a performer, Hermann Hudde has played concerts at the Graphik Museum “Pablo Picasso”, St. Elizabeth-Kirche and Lateinamerikanischen Musiktage in Germany, Maryland University, the Venezuelan Arts Gallery of New York, La Universidad Central de Venezuela, Fundación John Boulton, Casa de Estudios Latinoamericanos “Rómulo Gallegos", and Biblioteca Nacional de Venezuela in Caracas, Wasserstaawerk Concertgebow in Holland, Sala Teatina in Florence, University of Chicago Fulton Recital Hall, El Instituto de Cultura y Educación de México en Chicago, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, The Keller Room in New England Conservatory, MIT Guest Artist Concert Series, King's Chapel, Pearlman Hall at Brandeis University, The Loring-Greenough House, and St. Paul Cathedral, Bentley University in Boston, Dartmouth College Vaughan Recital Series, La Maison de l'Amérique Latine in Paris, and L’Université de Franche-Comtè in Besancon, France.
Hermann holds a Master of Arts in Musicology from Brandeis University thanks to the support of scholarships and holds a Master of Music Degree with a Music-in-Education concentration at New England Conservatory in Boston, under the tutelage of Robert Sullivan. In 2006-7 Hermann received a Performance Outreach Fellowship from NEC. Hermann began his guitar studies in Venezuela with Rubén Riera and studied music theory with the composer Alvaro Cordero. Hermann received his degree in music at the Hochschule für Musik Detmold, Munster in Germany and a Bachelor's degree in International Studies at the Universidad Central de Venezuela. In 2004, Hermann received a scholarship from The Mozarteum University in Salzburg to attend the Summer Academy, where Hermann met and became a student of Edoardo Catemario at the Accademia Musicale di Firenze, Italy.
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