Rosemary Statelova


musicologist

Розмари Стателова

29.07.1941 г.Варна - България

Prof. Dr. habil. Rosemary Statelova’s CV:

1941 – born in Varna
1962 – graduate from the Sofia Music Academy
1962-1965 – music teacher in the Pedagogical Institute-Vratza
1968-2018 – member of the Union of BulgarianComposers,
Musicologists`Section
1969-1973 – musical setting in the Bulgarian Television
1973-1983 – research worker at the Institute for Culture – Sofia
1980 – PhD in Sociology
1987 – first attainment of academic rank: Associated Professor
1983-2010 – musicologist in the Institute of Art Studies at the Bulgarian
Academy of Sciences
1994-2007 – head of the Department of Ethnomusicology at the
Institute of Art Studies
1990-2009 – lecturer of music at the Sofia University, Technical University-
Sofia, Plovdiv Music and Dance Academy, Varna Free
University
1996 – Dr. in Arts
1997 – second attainment of academic rank: Professor
2000-2013 – member of the Study Group “Music and Minorities”
of the International Council for Traditional Music (ICTM)
2005-2013 – ICTM Liaison Officer for Bulgaria
2010-2018 – Associated member of the Department of Ethnology at the
Institute of Art Studies at the BAS.

Prof. Dr. Rosemary Statelova is the author of the books Panka Pelishek (1970), Song as a Weapon(1976), Pop Music (1983, co-authored with Ch.Chendov), The Inverted Pyramid (1993), Experienced in Bulgaria. Pop, Rock and Folk 1990-1994 (1995), The Summer of Bulgarian Culture (1996), Studies in Pop Music (1999), The Seven Sins of Chalga (2003, 2005), The Foreign Culture from a Short Distance (2011), as well as numerous studies and articles addressing the problems of music and popular culture, published in Bulgaria and other countries.

Creativity

Prof. Dr. Rosemary Statelova is the author of the books Panka Pelishek (1970), Song as a Weapon(1976), Pop Music (1983, co-authored with Ch.Chendov), The Inverted Pyramid (1993), Experienced in Bulgaria. Pop, Rock and Folk 1990-1994 (1995), The Summer of Bulgarian Culture (1996), Studies in Pop Music (1999), The Seven Sins of Chalga (2003, 2005), The Foreign Culture from a Short Distance (2011), as well as numerous studies and articles addressing the problems of music and popular culture, published in Bulgaria and other countries.