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Humięcka-Jakubowska, Justyna, assistant professor at the Department of Musicology of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. She also graduated from the University of Technology in Poznań. She received her PhD from Adam Mickiewicz University in 2005 (Determinanty barwy dźwięku w dwudziestowiecznych technikach kompozytorskich w świetle teorii Alberta Bregmana [The determinants of the timbre of sounds in twentieth-century composition techniques in the light of Bregman’s conception]). She specialises in the history, theory and aesthetics of twentieth-century music and also music perception, cognition, music acoustics and the physiology of hearing. She is author of the book Scena słuchowa muzyki dwudziestowiecznej [The auditory scene of twentieth-century music] (Poznań, 2006) and a number of articles.
Humięcka-Jakubowska, Justyna, Ph.D., assistant professor at the Department of Musicology at the Adam Mickiewicz University of Poznań. She also graduated from the University of Technology in Poznań. She received her Ph.D. from the Adam Mickiewicz University (Determinanty barwy dźwięku w dwudziestowiecznych technikach kompozytorskich w świetle teorii Alberta Bregmana [Determinants of the timbre of sounds in composers’ techniques of the 20th century in the light of Bregman’s conception]). She specializes in the areas of history, theory and aesthetics of twentieth-century music and also music perception, cognition, music acoustics and physiology of hearing. She is the author of the book: Scena słuchowa muzyki dwudziestowiecznej [‘The Auditory Scene of 20th Century Music’] and a number of articles.
Humięcka-Jakubowska, Justyna, Ph.D., lectures in the Department of Musicology at the Adam Mickiewicz University of Poznań. She also graduated of the University of Technology in Poznań. Her doctoral thesis was Determinanty barwy dźwięku w dwudziestowiecznych technikach kompozytorskich w świetle koncepcji Alberta S. Bregmana [The determinants of the timbre of sounds in composers’s techniques of the 20th in the light of Bregman’s conception] (2005). She specializes in the areas of history, theory and aesthetics of twentieth-century music and also music perception, cognition, music acoustics and physiology of hearing. She is author of the book Scena słuchowa muzyki dwudziestowiecznej [The auditory scene of 20th Music] (Poznań, 2006) and some papers.

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Jabłoński, Maciej
Jabłoński, Maciej, (1962), a musicologist (Dept, of Musicology, University in Poznań). Jabłoński’s musicological interests focus on the history and theory of opera, aesthetics of 20th century music, musical semiotics and methodology of musicology. He is author of the books: Krzysztof Meyer. Ein Komponistenportrait (Poznań, Koln, 1998) and Music as Sign (Poznań, 1999; Helsinki: Acta Semiotica Fennica, 2010). Jabłoński is editor-in-chief of the international musicological series Interdisciplinary Studies in Musicology, co-editor of the Poznań Studies in Opera and Res Facta Nova. He is also president of the editorial committee of Henryk Wieniawski’s Complete Works. From 1992 till 1994 he held the post of artistic director of the Opera House in Poznań. Since 1999 till 2008, he has been president of the Poznań Section of the Polish Composers’s Union and director of contemporary music festivals Poznań Music Spring. Jabłoński is author of many musicological papers published in Poland, Finland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Germany, Italy and the USA.
Jabłoński, Maciej, a musicologist (Deptartment of Musicology, University in Poznań). Jabłoński’s musicological interests focus on the history and theory of opera, aesthetics of 20th century music, musical semiotics and methodology of musicology. He is author of the books: Krzysztof Meyer. Ein Komponistenportrait (Poznań, Koln, 1998) and Music as Sign (Poznań, 1999; Helsinki: Acta Semiotica Fennica, 2010). Jabłoński is editor-in-chief of the international musicological series Interdisciplinary Studies in Musicology, co-editor of the Poznań Studies in Opera and Res Facta Nova. He is also president of the editorial committee of Henryk Wieniawski’s Complete Works. From 1992 till 1994 he held the post of artistic director of the Opera House in Poznań. Since 1999 till 2008, he has been president of the Poznań Section of the Polish Composers’s Union and director of contemporary music festivals Poznań Music Spring. Jabłoński is the author of many musicological papers published in Poland, Finland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Germany, Italy and the USA.
Jabłoński, Maciej, assistant professor at the Department of Musicology of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. In the years 1992-1994 he was Artistic Director of the Teatr Wielki in Poznań, and from 1999 to 2008 chair of the Poznań Section of the Polish Composers’ Union. His research interests embrace the aesthetics and semiotics of music, the theory and history of operatic theatre and the methodology of musicology. His is the author of the books: Krzysztof Meyer. Do i od kompozytora [Krzysztof Meyer. From and to the composer] (Poznań, 1994; Ger. trans. Poznań and Cologne, 1998) and Muzyka jako znak [Music as sign] (Poznań, 1999), as well as numerous articles published in Poland and abroad. His is editor of the series Interdisciplinary Studies in Musicology (Poznań, 1993-), Res Facta Nova (Poznań, 1994-) and Poznańskie Studia Operowe (Poznań, 1999-). He is also chair of the Editorial Committee of The Complete Works of Henryk Wieniawski.
Jankowski, Wojciech Benedykt, associate professor emeritus at the Eisner School of Music, Warsaw. He completed his Master’s degree at the University of Warsaw, Dept, of Psychology and Education, and Ph.D. at the University of Gdańsk, Dept, of Education. Since 1964 he was a lecturer at the Fryderyk Chopin Academy of Music in Warsaw (1974-1922 - a director of the Department of Music Pedagogy). He is a pedagogical employee at COPSA - the Pedagogical Center for Music & Artistic Schools, Warsaw. He has also been a member of IKS - International Kodaly Society since 1975 (honorary member of IKS since 2005); president of the Kodaly Division of Polish ISME 1982-2005), Honorary Member of the Board of GIML - the Gordon Institute for Music Learning since 1995. His interests include: Music Education; the Music School System in Poland in the international perspective; Z. Kodaly and E.E. Gordon concepts of music education. He is the author of many books, among them Wychowanie muzyczne w szkole ogólnokształcącej [Music Education in the General School System] Warsaw 1970; Pierwsze w Polsce klasy śpiewające [The First Kodaly Singing Classes in Poland], Warsaw 1991; Polskie szkolnictwo muzyczne. Geneza i ewolucja systemu [The Polish Music School System; its origin and evolution], Warsaw 2000; Dlaczego z muzyką w szkole są kłopoty? [Why Music at General School level always runs into trouble?], Warsaw 2006; Kształcenie wokalisty. Wybrane problemy [The Training of Vocalists. Selected Aspects] Wroclaw 2010, as well as more than 200 articles, essays etc.. He was awarded numerous Polish medals (including the Medal of the National Educational Committee), as well as Hungarian medals: by the Ministry for Culture, by the Z. Kodaly Institute for Music, Kecskemet, and by the Hungarian Government (Pro Cultura Hungarica).
Jarzębska, Alicja, professor in the Institute of Musicology at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków. In the centre of her scholarly interests are history of music theory, methods of analysis o f a musical work and history and aesthetics of 20th century music. She has published many articles in Polish and foreign journals. Her books include Idee relacji serialnych w muzyce XX wieku [Ideas of serial relations in 20th century music] (Kraków, 1995), Strawiński. Myśli i muzyka [Stravinsky. Ideas and music] (Kraków, 2002), Z dziejów myśli o muzyce [History of ideas in music] (Kraków, 2002) and Spór o piękno muzyki [Debate on the beauty of music] (Wroclaw, 2002). Her new book entitled Liczba i afekt w muzyce [Number and affect in music] is in the course of publication.
Jasińska, Danuta
Jasińska, Danuta, professor on the Department of Musicology of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. Gained her habilitation in 1997 on the basis of the work Styl brillant a muzyka Chopina [The style brillant and the music of Chopin] (Poznań, 1995). From 1999 to 2005, she was Head of the Department of Musicology at Adam Mickiewicz University. The main area of her academic interests and work covers the history of music and of Polish music in particular during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and the analysis and interpretation of the musical work and its contexts. Her published articles have treated of issues concerning instrumental and vocal music, virtuosity, the music of Chopin and its tradition, as well as stylistic idioms, including the poetics of neoclassicism. She has also been source editor, lexicographic editor or co-editor of Contexts of Musicology (Poznań, 1997), Henryk Wieniawski. Composer and Virtuoso in the Musical Culture o f the XIX and XX centuries (Poznań, 2001), Henryk Wieniawski and the 19th Century Violin Schools. Techniques o f Playing, Performance, Questions of Sources and Editorial Issues (Poznań, 2008) and Interdisciplinary Studies in Musicology 7 {Music as a Medium of Communication) (Poznań 2008).
Joachimiak, Grzegorz, is a musicology graduate of the University of Wroclaw (MA thesis on a lute tablature from the Łopaciński Public Library in Lublin (PL-Lw 1985) as evidence of European music culture at the end of the seventeenth century, 2009), and a classical guitar graduate of the Karol Lipiński Academy of Music in Wroclaw (MA, 2010). His research interests concern mainly Silesian musical culture, especially lute music from that region, and the Commonwealth of Poland-Lithuania during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. As a PhD student, he is preparing a dissertation on handwritten lute tablatures from Silesia (University of Wroclaw, Institute of Musicology). He is also a grant-holder of the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education and the Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst, among others. He participates actively in various research projects, including an ethnomusicological expedition to Siberia (2006), ‘Collections of old music sources from the sacral and secular centers in Silesia within music culture in Centre Europe context. Cataloging of survived sources (on-going) and ‘The cultural legacy of the monasteries resolved in the former Polish Commonwealth and in Silesia during 18th and 19th centuries: the fate, importance, inventory’ (on-going), has co-organised student workshops cataloguing Silesian music sources in Opole (2008) and organised the Lute Weekend in Wroclaw during the 15th Wroclaw Guitar Festival (2012), and also participates in regional cultural life (concert reviews, lectures on lute music, etc.).
Jochymczyk, Maciej, graduated in musicology from the Jagiellonian University of Cracow. For his master’s thesis, he received the Ray and Ruth Robinson Musicology Award (2007). In 2012, he completed his PhD dissertation on the life and church music of Amandus Ivanschiz. His interests centre upon Central European sacred music of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, problems of musical editing and musical sources. A member of the Musica Claromontana editorial committee since 2005, he has been working on the largest collection of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Polish church music, held at the Pauline Fathers’ Monastery in Jasna Góra (Częstochowa). He has had several papers published in leading Polish and European musicological journals (including Muzyka and International Review of the Aesthetics and Sociology of Music) and a book on the oeuvre of the seventeenth-century Polish composer Damian Stachowicz.

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Kamińska, Barbara, professor at the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music (FCUM), Warsaw, the head of the Interdepartmental Chair of Psychology of Music. She graduated with honours from the State Higher School of Music (now The Fryderyk Chopin University of Music) where she studied at the Department of Music Education. She received a Ph.D. in music theory and post-graduate degree (habilitation) in education and music education at the Maria Curie Skłodowska University. She also studied at the Kodaly Institute in Kecskemet, Hungary, and completed an internship in England under the supervision of Professor John A. Sloboda. She is the author of books and book chapters and several dozen articles and conference papers presented at national and international conferences. She was also an organizer of five Polish- Hungarian Kodaly seminars. She promotes early and universal music education.
Kasperski, Jakub
Kasperski, Jakub, PhD student at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. In 20052006, he studied at the Sorbonne in Paris as an Erasmus-Socrates student. In 2006, he received his MA for a thesis on French requiems o f the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. At present, he is implementing a project financed by the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education concerning popular music studies in musicology.
Kasperski, Jakub, PhD student at the Department of Musicology of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. In the years 2004-2005 he studied at the Sorbonne in Paris. His research focuses on thanatological issues, including funeral masses by French composers, and popular music.
Keym, Stefan, habilitated doctor, graduate of musicology, history, and German language and literature in Mainz, Paris and Halle. In 2001, he received his PhD from Martin Luther University in Halle for a dissertation on Olivier Messiaen’s opera Saint François d ’Asssise (published Hildesheim: Olms, 2001); in 2008, he gained his habilitation on the basis of the thesis Symphonie-Kulturtransfer. Untersuchungen zum Studien-aufenthalt polnischer Komponisten in Deutschland und zu ihrer Auseinandersetzung mit der symphonischen Tradition 1867-1918 (Hildesheim: Olms, 2010). Since 2002, he has been an assistant in the Institute of Musicology in Leipzig University. His interests centre on analytical, aesthetic and cultural issues relating to French, German and Polish music of the eighteenth-twentieth centuries, in particular by such composers as C. P. E. Bach, Händel, Franck, Schumann, Liszt, Karłowicz, Mendelssohn, Paderewski, Messiaen, Szymanowski and Penderecki.
Kominek, Mieczysław, studied at the Jagiellonian University in Cracow and in Warsaw University (musicology), at the Warsaw Music Academy (sound engineering) where he obtained his doctorate (theory of music) and at the Utrecht University (sonology). He has authored a book on the history of recordings Zaczęło sie od fonografu... [At the Beginning Was the Phonograph... ]. He has worked for Polish Radio as music editor and sound engineer. He was editor-in-chief of the monthly “Studio, Recording and Radio Magazine” which he founded in 1992. Since 2001 he has been director of the Polish Music Information Centre POLMIc, and since 2009 president of the “Polskie Nagrania” recording company. Member of the Polish Composers’ Union since 1973 (1999-2003 vicepresident, 2003-2009 secretary general) and a Board member of the International Association of Music Information Centres IAMIC since 2005.
Kornacki, Krzysztof, doctor, film historian, lecturer in the School o f Drama, Theatre and Film o f the Institute o f Polish Philology o f the University of Gdańsk. Also a lecturer at the Gdynia Film School. His main areas of interest are Polish cinema and the sacred in film. Author of Kino polskie wobec katolicyzmu (1945-1970) [Polish cinema and Catholicism (1945-1970)] (Gdańsk, 2005) and „Popiół i diament” Andrzeja Wajdy [Andrzej Wajda’s Ashes and Diamonds], (Gdańsk, in print), coeditor with Mirosław Przylipiak o f Poszukiwanie i degradowanie sacrum w kinie [The seeking and degrading of the sacred in cinema] (Gdańsk, 2002). Author of several dozen scholarly and popular academic works on the history of film, mostly in Poland. A member of the editorial board o f the audiovisual cultural periodical Panoptikum.
Koszewska, Anna, PhD student at the Department of Musicology of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. Her research centres around the relationship between the ethics and aesthetics of the work of art, as reflected in the title of her PhD thesis, Etyczna wartość muzyki w refleksji i twórczości kompozytorów dwudziestego wieku [The ethical value of music in the reflection and works of twentieth-century composers] and a number of published articles. Since 2003 she has worked with the periodical De Musica (http://free.art.pl/demusica).
Kozłowski, Krzysztof, professor of the Drama and Theatre Department of the Institute of Polish Philology at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. His academic focus is musical theatre of the 18th and 19th centuries and the relations between art and film. Book publications: Teatr I religia sztuki. ‘Parsifal’ Ryszarda Wagnera [The theatre and religion of art. Richard Wagner’s Parsifal] (Poznań, 2004), Opera i dramat muzyczny. Szkice [Essays on opera and musical drama] (Poznań, 2006) and Kubrick’s Barry Lyndon (Poznań, 2007).
Kraus, Guido, was born 1968 in Fulda. After Abitur he started his studies 1991 in Musicology, History and Russian literature at the Frankfurt University Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. In 1997 he achieved the degree Magister Artium with his thesis on Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky's 6th symphony. Since 1998 he is employed at the RISM-Zentralredaktion in Frankfurt am Main. There he is coordinating the Eastern Europe countries, teaching and supporting to catalog music sources in the program Kallisto. He also has editorial charges on the several RISM series, on library sigla and other indexes.
Krupińska, Eliza, graduated from Musicology at the Jagiellonian University in Cracow (MA - 2009). She was awarded The French Government’s fellowship in 2009. Currently Krupińska is a doctoral student associated with the Department of Ontology of the Institute of Philosophy at UJ. With the guidance of her supervisor, Prof. Andrzej J. Nowak., Krupińska has been working on her doctoral thesis focused on structural semiotics of music. The main fields of her interests are the theory and philosophy of music.
Krzywoszyński, Przemysław, Assistant professor at the Chair of Political-Legal Doctrines and Philosophy, Department of Law and Administration of the Adam Mickiewicz University, musicology graduate from the Chair of Musicology of the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. He is currently working on his doctoral thesis, The significance o f the works by Giovanni Simon Mayr and Vincenzo Bellini in the shaping of the Italian opera o f the early romantic period, at the Chair of Musicology, Department of History of the Adam Mickiewicz University. His main research interests include Italian and French opera from the turn of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries and the first half of the nineteenth century. He has authored a number of articles on musicology, both scientific and popular, as well as presenting 10 papers at national and international conferences. He has been a member of the Donizetti Society since 2008.

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