Tat’yana A. Zaytseva
Doctor of Art Criticism, Professor at Rimsky-Korsakov St. Petersburg State Conservatory and St. Petersburg Theological Academy, Honored Worker of Culture of the Russian Federation, Member of the Union of St. Petersburg Composers. Research interests: history of Russian music, textology and source study, St. Petersburg performing school. The author of more than 200 works composing the series “Musical Petersburg: Past and Present.” Among them are monographs: “M. A. Balakirev. Origins” (2000), “Creative Lessons of M. A. Balakirev. Pianism, conducting, pedagogy” (2012), “Treasures of Russia: The Sacred Music of M. A. Balakirev” (2013), “M. A. Balakirev. Way to the Future” (2017), “Vladimir Nielsen: Thoughts Aloud” (2016), prepared the world’s first Complete collection of spiritual works of Balakirev (2015). Edited and compiled 14 collections devoted to Balakirev, A. K. Lyadov, S. M. Slonimsky, N. I. Golubovskaya, V. V. Nielsen, etc.