Andreas Münzmay is professor for musicology at Paderborn University, Germany, co-spokesperson of NFDI4Culture's task area “Cultural Research Data Academy”, and a researcher in the ZenMEM („Zentrum Musik-Edition-Medien“) research centre for eHumanities and in the long-term project „Beethovens Werkstatt. Genetische Textkritik und Digitale Musikedition“ of the Academy of Sciences and Literature, Mainz. He holds degrees in musicology, music and French studies. In 2008 he received a PhD from the University of Arts, Berlin, for his thesis on French librettist Eugène Scribe (Musikdramaturgie und Kulturtransfer, publ. Schliengen 2010). He taught musicology in Berlin, Stuttgart, Potsdam, Bayreuth, and Frankfurt and has been working as an editor in the “OPERA – Spektrum des europäischen Musiktheaters” historical-critical hybrid editions series of the Akademie der Wissenschaften Mainz. In addition to his editorial work in the Digital Humanities, he conducts research primarily on music theatre, music in the context of other media, improvisation and jazz. Andreas Münzmay was awarded the Hermann Abert Prize from the German Society for Music Research (GfM) in 2012.