Noga Rachel Chelouche is a doctoral student in musicology at Tel-Aviv University, Israel. In her dissertation she explores renewed modes of classical music in the 21st Century, concentrating on contemporary multimedia works by various artists. She holds a bachelor’s degree in musicology and humanities and a master’s degree in musicology from Tel-Aviv University. In her MA thesis she analyzed multimedia works by the contemporary artist Anri Sala, through which she suggested musicological research based on the juxtaposition of music and visual art. Noga works as a writer and editor in the program department of the Israel Philharmonic.