Mr Luke Woodhouse, BA (Hons) (Dunelm), MA (Dunelm)
Luke is a doctoral student working on a thesis focusing on the reception and influence of the music of Johannes Brahms in Victorian England and notably the notion of its supposed 'influence' on the music of British composers of the period, such as Hubert Parry and Charles Villiers Stanford. He completed his undergraduate studies at Durham, graduating with first class honours in 2007, then progressing onto an AHRC funded masters degree, for which he gained a distinction in 2008. Luke is supervised by Professor Jeremy Dibble and Dr Patrick Zuk. His doctoral research is supported by a Durham Doctoral Fellowship award.
In his spare time, he teaches piano and voice at local primary schools and sings in several choirs.
- The Music of Johannes Brahms
- The Music of Robert Schumann
- Music Analysis
- Late Nineteenth Century British Orchestral and Chamber Music