Renata Dalianoudi

Field: Music and Audiovisual Culture
Rank: Associate Professor
Government Gazette: 4006/23-06-2023, τ. Β΄
Email: renatadalianoudi@ionio.gr
WWW: https://tinyurl.com/yj783nn2
Office hours: Thursdays & Tuesdays: 10 a.m. - 14 p.m.

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BRIEF CV:

Renata Dalianoudi is Assοciate Professor at Ioanian University, Dpt of Audio & Visual Arts, and  Professor-Advisor at the Hellenic Open University (2006-2022 in BA “Greek Studies” and 2023- in Master Studies “Performing Arts”).

She holds a BA in Musicology and a Phd in Ethnomusicology and Folklore. She has also attended Theatre and Folklore Studies (Athens University & Vienna University), Piano, Organ, classical Accordion, Guitar, tamboura, Greek folk dances, Latin and Tango Argentino. Her Post-Doctoral Studies are on Hadjidakis’ work and folk music, on art pop song, and on music in theatre and cinema.

She has been conducting ethnographic fieldwork in Crete, North Aegean Islands, Ionian Islands, Epirus and Korinthos.

She obtained 31 scholarships from: the State Scholarships Foundation, the Athens University, the Athens Conservatoire, the National Conservatoire and the Foundation of Technology & Research/ Institute for Mediterranean Studies. She was assigned (after announcement) by the Ministry of Education to create the "Digital School of the 21th century", the "Music School of the 21th century" and the "Art School of the 21th century". She was Nominated for the “Prize for Excellent University Teaching” under the auspices of the Foundation of Technology & Research, and of the Hellenic Open University.

Her research interests lie in folk and popular Music and Dances, in Ethnic/ World music, in Cinema Music and Theatre Music, in Shadow Theatre, in Music and Mass Media, in Art popular music.

She speaks English, French,  German (C2), Italian and Spanish (A2).

Among her works are:

  • 4 Monographs in the fields of Ethnomusicology, Ethnography, Culture Studies, Theatre and Cinema Studies:
  1. The violin and the lute as instrumental pair/ zyghia in Western Crete. Tunings, Repertoire, Techniques, Pancretan Union of Artists,2004
  2. The violin and the guitar as instrumental pair/ zyghia in Eastern Crete. Tunings, Repertoire, Techniques, Pancretan Union of Artists,2005
  3. Manos Hadjidakis and the Greek folk tradition, Ellinika Prosopa, 2010
  4. Transition Ethnographies. Hegemonism, Heterotopy, Urbanization, Westernization. 5+1 essays on Music and Dance from field work, Stamoulis, 2020.
  • 50 radio Documentaries on History of Music from Antiquity till today (SKY FM)
  • 2 TV Documentaries on the Lament [miroloi] in Epirus (ERT 2)
  • 195 music productions in National Radio (ERA 3)
  • 25 ethnographic TV series (Pemptousia TV)
  • over 70 articles, conference presentations, lemmas and lectures in Greece, Europe, U.S.A., Asia.

She is ERASMUS Departmental Coordinator of the Dpt of Audio & Visual Arts, Ionian University.

AFFILIATIONS:
     •  Member of the American Society for Ethnomusicology (SEM)

  • Member of the Hellenic Society for Ethnomusicology
  • Member of the American Society for Dance Research
  • Member of the International Organization of Folk Art (I.O.V.)-in operational relationship with UNESCO
  • Member of the International Theatre Institute (ITI)
  • Member of the Greek Folklore Society
  • Member and Mentor of the Hellenic Association of University Women

 

 

 

Updated: 31-10-2023

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