Chmurzyńska, Małgorzata, assistant professor and editor at The Interdepartmental Chair of Psychology of Music at the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw. She completed her Master’s degrees in Musicology at Warsaw University and Music Education (as well as a Postgraduate Course in Psychology of Music) at the Fryderyk Chopin Academy of Music. Here she received her Ph.D. in music psychology. Her research interests focus on the artistic and professional conditions of musicians’ development, especially on self-efficacy. She has been teaching for over 20 years in music schools. She has taught piano playing, history and theory o f music.
Chłopicka, Regina, professor at the Academy of Music in Kraków. Her publications span four research fields: Polish contemporary music (e.g. Krzysztof Penderecki: Musica sacra - Musica profana. Warsaw, 2003), topos of death in music, 20th century musical theatre, methods of musical analysis and the problems of musical gesture. She participated in numerous international conferences and has been co-editor of Studies in Penderecki research series (Princeton). Lecturer running seminars e.g. ENS Paris, Université Francois Rabelais Tours, International Bach Academy Eugene, Seul National University, Festival Amadeus Genève, Caracas. She is a member of e.g. Polish Composers’ Union, S.F.A.M (France), Société Internationale d’Histoire Comparée du Théâtre, de l’Opéra et du Ballet.
Czaja, Dariusz, habilitated doctor, lecturer in the Institute of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology of the Jagiellonian University of Cracow, member of the editorial board of the bi-monthly Konteksty, published by the Polish Academy of Sciences (PAN) Institute of Art in Warsaw, essayist and music reviewer. The author of five books: Mitologie popularne: szkice z antropologii współczesności [Popular mythologies: sketches of contemporary anthropology] (Kraków, 1994), Sygnatura i fragment. Narracje antropologiczne [The signature and the fragment. Anthropological narratives] (Kraków, 2004), Anatomia duszy. Figury wyobraźni i gry językowe [The anatomy of the soul. Figures of imagination and language games] (Kraków, 2006), Lekcje ciemności [Lessons in darkness] (Wołowiec, 2009) - awarded a prize by the TVP Kultura foundation (“Gwarancja Kultury”) - and a collection of sketches from Apulia entitled Gdzieś dalej, gdzie indziej [Somewhere beyond, elsewhere] (Wołowiec, 2010), which won the Warsaw Literary Premiere for January 2011.
Czekanowska, Anna, ethnomusicologist and cultural anthropologist, professor. She has lectured at Warsaw University (1953-2003), the Catholic University of Lublin (1999-2004), Collegium Civitas in Warsaw (since 2003), the Johann Gutenberg University in Mainz (1983-1984), the University of Belfast, UK (1984) and Durham University, UK (1995), as well as the US universities of Seattle (1963, 1981) and Pittsburgh (1980-1981). She has been a member of many societies and organisations, including the International Council for Traditional Music (UNESCO, 1976-1990, member of the board), the European Seminar in Ethnomusicology (coordinating committee), the Polish Section of the Société Internationale de Musique Contemporaine, and the Polish Composers’ Union. She is the author of many studies and books, including Etnografia Muzyczna - Metodologia, Metodyka [Music ethnography. Methodology and methodics] (Warsaw, 1971) (Rus. trans. Moscow, 1983), Kultury Muzyczne Azji [Musical cultures of Asia] (Kraków, 1981), Polish Folk Music (Cambridge, 1990), Studien zum National Stil der polnischen Musik (Regensburg, 1990) and Kultury Tradycyjne wobec Transformacji - Muzyka Poezja-Taniec [Traditional cultures and transformation. Music, poetry and dance] (Warsaw, 2008).
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