Worshipful Master of Loge Florian, DROIT HUMAIN at l’Orient de Dijon.
Associate in Music Education, Doctor in Musicology, Nicole Desgranges has spent her entire career in higher education alternating training in Music Education of School Teachers, and in the framework of the Capes de Musicologie for High School and College Teachers. Since 1998 she has been Associate Professor at the University of Strasbourg in Musicology. At the same time, she has worked as a harpsichordist, conductor and choir conductor and has made numerous recordings. She specializes in music of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries and, as such, has participated in many symposia. She gives about forty conferences a year always centered on musical subjects.
Initiated in the Droit Humain in 1991, she has since realized her Masonic progress without interruption.
Axes of Research:
- Music and Freemasonry
- Schikaneder and Mozart: Les deux Lumières de la Flûte enchantée (book in preparation)
- Articles published on various composers related to Freemasonry: Haydn, Schubert, Liszt, Sibelius, Andre Geldage, Gounod, Rameau
- Symbols and musical notation
- The harmony column and the Masonic song