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Maureen Buja

Maureen Buja thumbMusicology has been what I love to do – I was one of those rare undergraduate musicology majors, then completed an M.A., M.Phil., and a Ph.D., all in musicology, and have taken those degrees to the max. I’ve worked in the field writing and editing, teaching and training new musicologists, and everything from academic to public musicology. Based in Athens and Muscat, I view myself as an international musicologist, going to opera productions in Bangkok and at Glyndebourne, to chamber music recitals in New York and Shanghai, and seeking new music in Vienna and the Middle East. Interlude brings the world of music to you and I’m very pleased to be part of this international project.

Contributed Posts
Apr 30, 2015 The Character of a Basso: An Interview with Riccardo Zanellato
Apr 28, 2015 The Bel Canto of Life: An Interview with Sumi Jo
Apr 28, 2015 Kinds of Orchestras
Apr 26, 2015 Having the Final Word
Cadenzas and Creativity
Apr 23, 2015 Elīna Garanča
The Consummate Opera Star
Apr 21, 2015 Adam Diegel
The New Practical Tenor
Apr 21, 2015 War and Music: Waterloo I
Apr 20, 2015 Instruments of the Orchestra VI: The Oboe
Apr 20, 2015 Women in Baroque Music
Apr 19, 2015 Finding New in the Old