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The German-Irish publicist Dr. Kevin Clarke was born in Berlin
in 1967. He studied musicology and literature at the Freie Universität
Berlin and the University of Milan before working as a
journalist for the newspaper Der Tagesspiegel and the magazines
Bunte and Playboy.
From 2003 onwards he wrote for the opera
magazine Orpheus and De Groene Amsterdammer from the
Netherlands. He produced a series of broadcasts for the German
radio station SWR on “Composers in Exile” and wrote his PhD
on Emmerich Kálmán and the Transatlantic Operetta 1928-1932.
In 2007, his books Glitter and be Gay: Authentic Operetta and
Its Gay Admirers and The White Horse Inn: The History of an
International Success were published. In 2009, he gave a lecture
on “The Pornography of Operetta” at the University of Amiens,
which kicked off his current interest in the general history of
In 2006, Clarke founded the Operetta Research Center
Amsterdam of which he is the director. He teaches at the
Conservatory of Tilburg and was curator of the 2010 exhibition
Erik Charell and the Homosexuality of Operetta at the Schwule
Since 2011 he is editor-in-chief of the German magazine
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