Nadezhda I. Teterina
Musicologist specializing in source study and musical textual criticism. She graduated from the Music History and Theory Department, Glinka Nizhny Novgorod State Conservatory with a paper “The Musical and Liturgical Cycle in Russia: from Diletsky to Rachmaninoff” (1986). In 1990‒1995, a collections curator and researcher in the Manuscript Department, M. I. Glinka Central State Museum of Musical Culture. Since 1995, he has been working at the State Institute for Art Studies. Candidate Dissertation “Historicism in Mussorgsky’s Artistic Thinking (From Source Study and Textual Criticism to Dramaturgical Concepts and the Philosophy of History)” (2007, under the supervision of E. M. Levashev). As a scholarly consultant and music editor, she participated in productions of the Bolshoi Theater: “Ruslan and Lyudmila” (2003, 2011), and “Boris Godunov” (2007). Advised productions of the operas “Khovanshchina” (Munich, 2007), “Prince Igor” (2015–2016, Beijing, Yakutsk), etc. Author of more than 60 publications on the history of music and musical theater, among them: E. M. Levashev, N. I. Teterina. ‟The Historicism of Musorgsky’s Artistic Thinking” (together with E. M. Levashev; Мoscow, 2011), ‟Yuriy Vsevolodovich Keldysh. Memoirs, Research, Materials, Documents”, comp. and ed. by N. I. Teterina, (editor-compiler, Мoscow, 2015).