Review of Theory and Praxis of Music
Born in Bucharest, 1969. She studied Music Pedagogy at the State
Conservatory “Ciprian Porumbescu” in Bucharest, Musicology, Latin
Philology and Byzantinology at Bonn University, and Byzantine Studies at
Copenhagen University, with J. Raasted and Chr. Troelsgård. In 2001 she got
her PhD degree at Copenhagen University, with a dissertation about the Megala
Semadia of the Middle Byzantine Musical Notation. During her postgraduate
studies she was a fellow of the Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes, and
during her postdoctoral studies of the foundation Alexander von Humboldt.
Since 2002 she teaches Byzantine music at the School of Music Studies of the
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (since 2009 as an assistant professor).
She participated at many international congresses and gave master classes in
Paleography of Byzantine Music, receiving different distinctions. Her
scientific work contains two books and more than 30 articles, mainly in the
fields of paleography, analysis, historiography and didactics of Byzantine