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British Postgraduate Musicology

Volume 9

Chiara Bertoglio obtained her Master’s Degree in Musicology summa cum laude at the University of Venice, and is currently in her second year of a PhD in Performance Practice at the University of Birmingham. She has written two books (Voi suonate, amici cari, Marco Valerio, Torino, 2005, preface by Paul Badura Skoda; and Musica, maschere e viandanti, Effatà, Cantalupa, 2008, preface by Gianfranco Ravasi), as well as articles for AAA-TAC (Fondazione Cini), Atti dell’Istituto Veneto di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti and Divus Thomas (Studio Filosofico Domenicano). She obtained her Master’s degree in piano at the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rome, and her concert activity includes venues such as Carnegie Hall, New York and the Amsterdam Concertgebouw. She was awarded the R. Gregory Prize for performance by the University of Birmingham. She regularly lectures at the International Summer School in Maribor (Slovenia) and at the Summer School of Studio Filosofico Domenicano.

email: chiara AT chiarabertoglio.com

Rachel Brawn graduated from the University of Birmingham with a BMus degree in 2003 and an Mphil in 2007. She remains in Birmingham, currently studying for a PhD in medieval musicology with Dr Mary O’Neill. As well as Medieval music, she is particularly interested in folk and Baroque.

email: r.l.davies AT bham.ac.uk

Jonathan De Souza completed his MMus in Theory and Analysis at Royal Holloway, University of London, where his dissertation developed a theoretical approach to music with indeterminate performance. He recently began doctoral studies at the University of Chicago. Jonathan's other research interests include cognitive science and music, issues of genre, and the American musical on stage and screen.

email: jdesouza AT uchicago.edu

Helen Gubbins is currently completing her MPhil at University College Cork. Her thesis explores the interaction of Radio Éireann, particularly its Mobile Recording Unit, with Irish traditional music. In the past year, Helen has worked as a part-time lecturer at UCC, whilst also pursuing collaborative research on Irish and British television broadcasting in the 1980s. This summer, she will take up a fellowship at Berea College, Kentucky to study radio representations of Appalachian music from 1937–1961.

email: helen_gubbins AT hotmail.com

Eva Moreda Rodríguez studied Classics, Piano Performance, Historical Musicology and Media Studies in her native Spain before she started a PhD at Royal Holloway College, University of London, in October 2006, where she currently tutors a course on music history. Her doctoral research, supervised by Erik Levi, focuses on the role of the musical press in the shaping of musical aesthetics and ideology during the first decade of the Franco regime in Spain. Other research interests include popular music and women composers. A paper of hers is due to appear shortly in the American journal Music and Politics.

email: E.Moreda-Rodriguez AT rhul.ac.uk


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