Inna M. Romashchuk
Doctor of Art Criticism, Professor, Vice-Rector for Research at Ippolitov-Ivanov State Musical Pedagogical Institute. In 1975, she graduated from The Gnesins Musical-Pedagogical Institute, in 1982—finished the postgraduate course at the State Institute for Art Studies. In 2001, she defended her Doctoral Dissertation “Gabriel Popov: Creativity and Fate.” The author of books about Yu. Slonov, A. Spadavecchia, G. Popov. Editor-compiler of collections “From the Heritage of Russian Composers of the 20th Century,” “Gedevanov Readings,” “Music in the System of Intercultural Communications,” etc. The author of numerous articles about composers of the 20th century: D. Shostakovich, A. Schnittke, R. Ledenev, A. Chugaev, S. Slonimsky, A. Karamanov, A. Flyarkovsky, A. Kholminov, S. Berinsky, A. Balashov, E. Kozhevnikova, D. Saydaminova. Since 1982, she has been teaching at the Musicology and Composition Department of Ippolitov-Ivanov State Musical Pedagogical Institute. Member of the Board, Admission Committee, and Musicology and Criticism Commission of the Union of Moscow Composers. Member of the Russian Music Society, member of the Guild of Experts. She was awarded two orders, a gold medal of the Union of Moscow Composers, certificates and diplomas.