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Angelika Moths studied harpsichord at the Koninklijk Conservatorium at Den Haag, where she took her diploma with Tini Mathot & Ton Koopman,basso continuo with Jesper Christensen and Early Music Theory at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, as well as musicology, history of art and Islam studies.
Her focus lies on medieval music, 15th-century French chanson, Seconda pratica and Arabian music theory.
She worked as a lecturer in palaeography at the Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy University at Leipzig and as a piano accompanist at various Swiss conservatories.
From 2003 to 2005 she was employed at the Institute of Musicology at Basle, since 2002 she has been assistant professor at the Schola Cantorum, where she also teaches palaeography and (as an assistant) music history.
As a musician, she works with various ensembles both at home and abroad.
Since 2005, she is a member of Ensemble Sarband.
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