Anne-Kathrin Müller is a musicologist and soprano.
She is an alumna at the University of Cologne, where she studied musicology and art history. Her research focuses on the history of reception and performance practice of classical music. She is currently working on media concepts in opera and Beethoven's historical image at the Institute of Musicology and Media Studies at the Humboldt Universität, as well as at the College of Fine Arts (UdK) in Berlin. Her research interests include aesthetics and music philosophy, interpretation and performance practice, the history of reception and institutions, opera and vocal music, as well as discourses in musicology. In addition to this, she also works as a cultural consultant for PR, is an author in the field of music education and is an active member of a chamber choir.
An affiliate of the Excellence Cluster, she is currently involved in the field of moulding processes and modelling for the project »Visual Time Management«. She deals with the subject of temporality in art and visual temporal design in the contexts of operatic and concert dramaturgy.