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Macdonel, Grisell, is a double bass player and doctoral researcher at the University of Helsinki in Musicology and at the National Doctoral Programme in Music Research of Sibelius Academy. Grisell studied art music double bass performance at the National School of Music of UNAM in Mexico City with Nikola Popov. In 2009 Grisell obtained her master degree in musicology at the University of Helsinki. As double bass player she has performed soloist repertoire and has worked as freelance musician with the Carlos Chavez Symphonic Orchestra in Mexico City and the Student’s Orchestra of the University of Helsinki. Nowadays along with her doctoral research, she is an active musician and participates in distinct musical projects of art and also popular music. Grisell has participated in several international congresses and published articles focused on her research on art music performance.
Maciąg, Kazimierz, doctor, lecturer in the Institute of Polish Philology of the University of Rzeszów. Author of numerous articles and the first Polish monograph on “table-talk”, entitled W kręgu problematyki „pamiętników mówionych” [Table-talk] (Rzeszów, 2001). Interested in Polish literature of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and especially literary creations of the great historical figures and the related phenomenon of mystification, falsification and literary legend. His most recent book is „Naczelnym u nasjest artystą”. O legendzie Fryderyka Chopina w literaturze polskiej [“He is the foremost artist among us”. On the legend of Fryderyk Chopin in Polish literature] (Rzeszów, 2010).
Madeła, Patrycja, master’s graduate, musicologist, music critic and flautist, a graduate of the Department of Musicology o f Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań (2008). Her interests centre on the music of Chopin, with a particular accent on the jazz reception of the composer’s works. As a practicing musician, she is currently employed by the Provincial Police Orchestra in Wroclaw.
Mądry, Alina
Mądry, Alina, assistant professor at the Department of Musicology of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. She received her PhD from Adam Mickiewicz University in 2001 (Twórczość na instrumenty klawiszowe C. Ph. E. Bacha w kontekście niemieckiej estetyki muzycznej II poł. XVIII wieku [The keyboard works of Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach in the context of German music aesthetics in the second half of the eighteenth century]). She specialises in the history, theory and aesthetics of eighteenth-century music in Europe and Poland. She is author of the book Carl Ph. E. Bach. Estetyka - Stylistyka - Dzieło [Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach. Aesthetic, stylistics and work] (Poznań, 2003) and a number of articles published, for example, in Bach 2000. Music between Virgin Forest and Knowledge Society.
Mądry, Alina, PhD is an assistant professor on the Department of Musicology of Adam Mickiewicz University (AMU) in Poznań. She wrote her doctoral dissertation on the keyboard works of C. P. E. Bach in the context of German musical aesthetics of the second half of the eighteenth century (AMU, Faculty of History). She is the author of Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach: estetyka, stylistyka, dzieło [C. P. E. Bach: aesthetics, style and oeuvre] (Poznań, 2003), for which she was awarded the Hieronim Feicht Prize of the Polish Composers’ Union (2005). Her research interests are focused mainly on the history and aesthetics of eighteenth-century music in Europe and Poland. Since 2005, she has been a member of the Research and Editorial Team of the Jasna Góra music resources. Currently, her research is focused on eighteenth-century Polish music, mostly the exploration and discovery of local music sources. She works closely with the Archdiocesan Archive in Poznań, supervising its music collection, and pursues her research interests in instrumentology as an assistant at the Museum of Musical Instruments in Poznań. She has participated in more than thirty conferences in Poland and abroad. Since 2010, she has led a group conducting research into a unique instrument collection inherited from a music ensemble active at the Pauline monastery of Jasna Góra (seventeenth-twentieth centuries). Her wide-ranging research will be reflected in her forthcoming book The Baroque, part two: 1697-1795, to be published in English and Polish as part of the prestigious series The History of Polish Music (Sutkowski Edition, Warsaw). Her other publications include scholarly papers on source text studies and instrumentology. In 2009, she established the Musica Patria association. The Musica Maxima ensemble associated with Musica Patria performs compositions discovered by Dr Mądry in Polish archives.
Makomaska, Sylwia, Institute of Musicology, Faculty of History, University of Warsaw
Makomaska, Sylwia, assistant lecturer at the Institute of Musicology of Warsaw University. In 2008 she gained her PhD from Warsaw University for the dissertation Występowanie różnych rodzajów słuchu absolutnego w środowisku młodzieży polskich szkół muzycznych [The prevalence of various kinds of absolute pitch among students of Polish music schools]. Her interests include psychoacoustics and music psychology and sociology. She has contributed to the periodicals Archives of Acoustics, Ruch Muzyczny and Twoja Muza. She has also participated in many research projects realised in cooperation with the Department of Music Acoustics of the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw.
Makomaska, Sylwia, assistant professor at the Institute of Musicology at Warsaw University. In 2008 she gained her Ph.D. from Warsaw University for a dissertation Występowanie różnych rodzajów słuchu absolutnego w środowisku młodzieży polskich szkół muzycznych [The prevalence of various kinds of absolute pitch among students of Polish music schools]. Her interests include psychoacoustics, psychology and sociology of music. She has contributed to the periodicals Archives of Acoustics, Ruch Muzyczny and Twoja Muza. She has also participated in many research projects carried out in cooperation with the Department of Music Acoustics at Warsaw Academy of Music.
Makomaska, Sylwia, assistant professor in the Institute o f Musicology at the Warsaw University. In 2008 she gained her Ph.D. for a dissertation Występowanie różnych rodzajów słuchu absolutnego w środowisku młodzieży polskich szkół muzycznych [The prevalence of various kinds of absolute pitch among students of Polish music schools]. Her interests include psychoacoustics, psychology and sociology of music. She has contributed to the periodicals Archives o f Acoustics, Ruch Muzyczny and Twoja Muza. She also participated in many research projects realized in cooperation with the Department of Music Acoustics at Warsaw A cademy o f Music.
Manturzewska, Maria
Manturzewska, Maria, music psychologist, Professor Emeritus, Fryderyk Chopin University of Music, Warsaw. She was the founder of the first Chair of Music Psychology at the Fryderyk Chopin Academy of Music in Warsaw and was its head for many years (1985-2000). She was also one of the founders of the first network of psychological counseling centers for music schools (1957-1974). She studied philosophy, psychology and anthropology at the Jagiellonian University, Cracow (1948-1952) where she graduated and specialized in the psychology of music under the supervision of Professor Stefan Szuman. She received her Ph.D. from the Jagiellonian University in 1965 and her full professorship in 1993. She was vice president of the International Association of Empirical Aesthetics (IAEA), a member of the Society for Research in Psychology of Music and Music Education, a member of the Committee of Applied Psychology, Polish Psychological Association, president of the Warsaw Division of the Polish Psychological Association, member of the International Association of Applied Psychology, and a member of the European Council for High Ability (ECHA). She is the pionier of the life-span development research in psychology of music, the multimethods and multidimentional research on the psychological and environmental factors influencing achievement and success in music education and in music careers, the research on the reliability of evaluation musical achievement by musical experts and the empirical fundations of psychological consulting professional musicans and music school students. She is the author and coeditor of books and papers on these topics.
Martinelli, Dario, prof. dr., musicologist and semiotician, is Director of the International Semiotics Institute, Professor at Kaunas University of Technology, and is also affiliated to the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre (visiting professor), the University of Helsinki and the University of Lapland (adjunct professor in both cases). He graduated at Bologna University in 1999, under the supervision of Prof. Gino Stefani, and earned his Ph.D. at Helsinki University in 2002, under the supervision of Prof. Eero Tarasti. He published 6 monographs, 6 edited collections, 2 guest-edited journal issues, 4 entries in scientific encyclopaedias, 6 journal issues as editor-in-chief and about a hundred of scientific articles in refereed journals and collections. His academic interests include Musicology, Popular music studies, Film studies, Semiotics, Animal studies, and he is currently developing a new research path called “Numanities”, devoted to the rethinking of the role and paradigm of humanities in nowadays society. In 2006, he was knighted by the Italian Republic for his contribution to Italian culture. He is also the youngest winner of the Oscar Parland Prize for Prominent Semioticians, awarded by Helsinki University (2004).
Mastropietro, Alessandro, (1968) studied piano, composition, electronic music and orchestral conducting at the Conservatory of LAquila. He graduated with a dissertation about Nono’s last works with live electronics, and obtained his PhD on the basis of an investigation into experimental musical theatre in Italy during the Nineteen-sixties and -seventies. His scholarship (which includes numerous publications and participation in international symposia) is primarily concerned with Contemporary Music, but also includes music criticism and writing about Italian instrumental Music during the late 18th century. He edited the critical edition (published in the ‘Le Sfere’ serie) of the writings by the composer and theorist Domenico Guaccero (1927-1984). Alessandro Mastropietro is also active as a conductor and musical director, and was artistic manager of the Concert Society in L’Aquila. He currently holds the post of professor in Musicology and History of Music at the University of Catania.
Małecka, Teresa, professor, head of the Institute of Music Analysis and Interpretation and head of the Centre of Documentation of the Kraków Composers Music, in 2002-2008 vice-rector of Academy of Music in Kraków. She has done research on Russian music (Nikolai Rimski-Korsakov, Modest Mussorgski) and contemporary Polish music (Krzysztof Penderecki, Henryk Mikołaj Górecki, Zbigniew Bujarski), as well as the wordtone relationship and that between the arts in a semiotic perspective. The author of two books and a lot of scientific articles. She is the member of Polish Composers’ Union, Societe Internationale d’Histoire Comparee du Theatre, de l’Opera et du Ballet, of Artistic Board of Ludwig van Beethoven Easter Festival, vice-president of Artistic Board of European Center of Penderecki’s Music.
Mianowski, Jarosław, assistant professor at the Department of Musicology of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań and of the Ignacy Jan Paderewski Academy of Music in Poznań. He was awarded his PhD in 1997 for the subsequently published thesis Semantyka tonacji w niemieckich dziełach operowych XVIII-XIX wieku [The semantics of keys in German operas of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries] (Toruń, 2000) and his habilitation in 2005, based on the Habilitationsschrift Afekt w operach Mozarta i Rossiniego [Affect in the operas of Mozart and Rossini] (Poznań, 2004). His research focuses on eighteenth-century opera, especially the history, aes thetics and sociology of the genre. Since 2000 he has been editor-in-chief of the opera journal Operomania published by Poznań Opera House and since 2004 - program consultant to Poznań Opera House.
Mianowski, Jarosław, assistant professor of the Department of Musicology at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań and at the Ignacy Jan Paderewski Academy of Music in Poznań. He was awarded his Ph.D. in 1997 for the subsequently published thesis Semantyka tonacji w niemieckich dziełach operowych XVIII-XIX wieku [The semantics of key in German opera of the 18th and 19th centuries] (Toruń, 2000) and his habilitation in 2005, based on the Habilitationsschrift Afekt w operach Mozarta i Rossiniego [Affect in the operas of Mozart and Rossini] (Poznań, 2004). His research focuses on 18th-century opera, especially the history, aesthetics and sociology of the genre. Since 2000 he has been editor-in-chief of the opera journal Operomania published by Poznań Opera House and since 2004 program consultant to Poznań Opera House.
Mika, Bogumiła, assistant professor at the Department of Fine Arts and Music of the University of Silesia in Cieszyn. She studied music theory and composition at the Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice. She received her PhD from the University of Silesia as a music sociologist (1999). She has published the books Krytyczny koneser czy naiwny konsument. Śląska publiczność muzyczna u końca XX wieku [Critical connoisseur or naive consumer. Silesian music audiences at the end of the twentieth century] (Katowice, 2000) and Muzyka jako znak w kontekście analizy paradygmatycznej [Music as sign in the context of paradigmatic analysis] (Lublin, 2007). She is also the author of more than forty articles on contemporary music and social aspects of music.
Mika, Bogumiła, Ph.D., associate professor in the Institute of Music, and since 2009 also a Vice-dean at the Department of Fine Arts and Music of the University of Silesia in Cieszyn, Poland. She studied music theory and composition, she received her PhD from the University of Silesia as a music sociologist (1999), and her habilitation as a musicologist from Jagiellonian University, Cracow (2011). She is the author of three books (Critical connoisseur or naive consumer. Silesian music audiences at the end of the twentieth century, Katowice 2000; Music as a sign in the context of paradigmatic analysis, Lublin 2007; and Musical quotation in Polish art music o f 20th century. Contexts, facts, interpretations, Kraków 2008) and of more than forty articles on contemporary music and social aspects of music. She presented papers in many seminars and conferences, in USA (Yale; Notre-Dame, IN), France (Paris-Sorbonne), England (London, Canterbury), Italy (Roma - Tor Vergata), Finland (Helsinki, Imatra), German (Hannover, Schwerte) as well as in main Polish cities.
Misuraca, Pietro, (Sciacca, 1962) studied piano at the Conservatory and Modern Letters Department at the University of Palermo. In 1996 he was awarded a PhD in History and Analysis of Music at the University of Rome “La Sapienza”, with a thesis on L’opera pianistica di Karol Szymanowski (tutor: Professor Paolo Emilio Carapezza). Since 2006 he has been Researcher at the University of Palermo. He teaches History of Contemporary Music at the Course in Musicological Disciplines. His research deals with 20th-century music (with a focus on Debussy, Schònberg, Szymanowski, Sciarrino), Renaissance madrigals and analyses of the musicological views of Luigi Rognoni, whose archive and correspondence he catalogued and studied. His published volumes include Carlo Gesualdo Principe di Venosa, Palermo, L’Epos 2000, Luigi Rognoni e Alfredo Casella. II carteggio (1934-1946) e gli scritti di Rognoni su Casella (1935-1958), Lucca, LIM 2005, Salvatore Sciarrino. Itinerario di un alchimusico, Palermo, Unda Maris 2008 and Luigi Rognoni intellettuale europeo. Documenti e testimonianze, 3 voll. (/. Tesdmonianze; II. Carteggi; III. Scritti e interviste), Palermo, CRICD 2010. He is music critic of the daily «La Repubblica». Since April 2000 he has been a member of the National Order of Journalists.
Misuraca, Pietro, (Sciacca, 1962) studied piano at the Conservatory and Modern Letters Department at the University of Palermo. In 1996 he was awarded a PhD in History and Analysis of Music at the University of Rome “La Sapienza”, with a thesis on L’opera pianistica di Karol Szymanowski (tutor: Professor Paolo Emilio Carapezza). Since 2006 he has been Researcher at the University of Palermo. He teaches History of Contemporary Music at the Course in Musicological Disciplines. His research deals with 20th-century music (with a focus on Debussy, Schònberg, Szymanowski, Sciarrino), Renaissance madrigals and analyses of the musicological views of Luigi Rognoni, whose archive and correspondence he catalogued and studied. His published volumes include Carlo Gesualdo Principe di Venosa, Palermo, L’Epos 2000, Luigi Rognoni e Alfredo Casella. II carteggio (1934-1946) e gli scritti di Rognoni su Casella (1935-1958), Lucca, LIM 2005, Salvatore Sciarrino. Itinerario di un alchimusico, Palermo, Unda Maris 2008 and Luigi Rognoni intellettuale europeo. Documenti e testimonianze, 3 voll. (/. Tesdmonianze; II. Carteggi; III. Scritti e interviste), Palermo, CRICD 2010. He is music critic of the daily «La Repubblica». Since April 2000 he has been a member of the National Order of Journalists. (Polska)
Muszkalska, Bożena, professor at the Department of Musicology of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań and the Institute of Culturology of Wroclaw University. She has carried out numerous projects associated with field research in Poland, Sardinia, Portugal, Belarus, Lithuania, Rumanian Bukovina, Ukraine and Siberia. She is the author of a number of books: Traditionelle mehrstimmige Gesange der Sarden (Poznań, 1985); Tradycyjna wielogłosowość wokalna w kulturach basenu Morza Śródziemnego [Traditional polyvocality in cultures of the Mediterranean Basin] (Poznań, 1999); Głosy z przeszłości. Tradycje muzyczne we wspomnieniach oborniczan [Voices from the past. Musical traditions as recalled by the inhabitants of Oborniki] (Oborniki Śląskie, 2006). She also has many articles to her name, mostly on poly vocal music and music in religious contexts.
Muszkalska, Bożena, professor in the Department of Musicology at the University in Wrocław and in the Department of Musicology at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. She has been realizing many projects associated with on-the-spot research in Poland, Sardinia, Portugal, Belarus, Lithuania, Rumanian Bukovina, Ukraine and Siberia. She is author of three books: Traditionelle mehrstimmige Gesänge der Sarden (Poznań, 1985), Tradycyjna wielogłosowość wokalna w kulturach basenu Morza Śródziemnego [Traditional polyvocality in cultures of the Mediterranean Basin] (Poznań, 1999), Głosy z przeszłości. Tradycje muzyczne we wspomnieniach oborniczan [Voices from the past. Musical traditions in memory of the Oborniki inhabitants] (Oborniki Śląskie, 2006), and of many articles concerning mainly polivocal music and music in religious contexts.
Muszkalska, Bożena, professor of the Department of Musicology at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań and the Institute of Culturology at Wroclaw University. She has carried out numerous projects associated with field research in Poland, Sardinia, Portugal, Belarus, Lithuania, Rumanian Bukovina, Ukraine and Siberia. She is the author of a number of books: Traditionelle mehrstimmige Gesànge der Sarden (Poznań, 1985); Tradycyjna wielogłosowość wokalna w kulturach basenu Morza Śródziemnego [Traditional polyvocality in cultures of the Mediterranean Basin] (Poznań, 1999); Głosy z przeszłości. Tradycje muzyczne we wspomnieniach oborniczan [Voices from the past. Musical traditions as recalled by the inhabitants of Oborniki] (Oborniki Śląskie, 2006). She also has many articles to her name, mostly on polyvocal music and music in religious contexts.

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