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Maureen Buja

Maureen Buja thumbFrom the time I was an undergraduate musicology major, through my PhD in Renaissance music publishing, Musicology has been what I love to do. I’ve worked in the field of writing and editing in New York, London, Hong Kong, Muscat, and Athens, teaching and training new musicologists, giving pre-concert lectures, and, most recently, establishing a new music library at the Royal Opera House in Muscat. Now based in Athens, 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, Athens, 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
Mar 3, 2024 The Sweet and Virtuosic Flute
Mar 3, 2024 The Calling Card Sonata: Vivaldi’s Sonata for Solo Violin
Interview with violinist Javier Lupiáñez
Mar 1, 2024 Musicians and Artists: Staud and Pissarro
Feb 29, 2024 What Was Left Behind
André Jolivet’s Mana
Feb 27, 2024 The Morning After the Night Before
Delius’ Paris: The Song of a Great City
Feb 26, 2024 The Beautiful Idyll: Svendsen’s Romance
Feb 25, 2024 The Earliest Strings and the Most Beautiful: The Harp
Feb 23, 2024 Quiz: So You Think You Know J.S. Bach?
Feb 23, 2024 Adding Overtones
Satie arranged by Thomas Dunford for Theorbo
Feb 22, 2024 In the Kitchenette with the Dinette, it’s The Symphonette
Morton Gould’s Symphonette No. 4, “Latin-American Symphonette”