Dr. Inja Stanović is a Croatian pianist and researcher, born in Zagreb and currently residing in London. Inja has performed throughout the world, including concerts in Croatia, Australia, France, Germany, Italy, Slovenia, Mexico, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Her research focuses upon 19th Century performance practice, combining: 1) musicological research, with emphasis upon 19th Century reception, stylistic tendencies, and performance techniques; 2) practice-based research, involving historically-informed performance. During her Leverhulme-funded project, ‘(Re)constructing Early Recordings: a guide for historically-informed performance’, Inja established historically-informed recording as a research method, which proved to be a missing link in understanding early sound recordings. Inja was recently appointed as Surrey Future Senior Fellow at the University of Surrey.
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