Dr. des.

Olga Sutkowska 

 

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olga.sutkowska(at)oeaw.ac.at


Biographie

Biographie

Education

2010 - 2019

 

PhD project, Berlin University of the Arts, Musicology, “The Acoustic and Mechanical Systems of the Roman tibiae. A Music-Archaeological Case Study of an Ancient Wind Instrument” (de), Advisor: Prof. Lars-Christian Koch

2005 - 2008

M.A., University of Warsaw, Musicology, “Construction of the Ancient Double Reed Pipes in the Near Eastern and Mediterranean Cultures” (pl), Advisor: Prof. Anna Gruszczyńska-Ziółkowska

2002 - 2005

B.A., University of Warsaw, Musicology

2003 - 2008

Academy of Music (Łódź, Białystok, Warsaw), Oboe playing

Professional Academic Activities

2013 - 2018

European Music Archaeology Project (EMAP), Culture Programme of the European Union. Activities (cooperation partners: Austrian Academy of Sciences, German Archaeological Institute, Municipality of Tarquinia): coordination of the Auloi/Tibiae Revival Project (“Workshop of Dionysus”); organization of the annual meetings of the Auloi/Tibiae Revival Project in Tarquinia, Italy (2013, 2014); providing scientific content for the “Archaeomusica” exhibition and performance programme of the EMAP including data for the reconstruction of a tibia from the Roman Empire Period; editorial activities for the exhibition book; various activities in preparation process of the “Archaeomusica” exhibition; reports.

05-06/2015

Auloi of Meroë, Boston Museum of Fine Arts, USA (http://www.mfa.org/collections/conservation/feature_auloiofmeroe). Activities: two weeks of research in collaboration with Dr. Stefan Hagel (Austrian Academy of Sciences), Dr. Peter Holmes (Middlesex University) and MFA stuff.

2010 - 2012

PhD Scholarship of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).

10/2009

 

Auloi/Tibiae from Pompeii, Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Naples, Italy. Joint research with Dr. Stefan Hagel(Austrian Academy of Sciences). Activities: study of the instrument fragments; preparation of research documentation.

05/2009

Internship in the frames of the exhibition project “Musik-Welten” (http://www.rem-mannheim.de/ausstellungen/musikwelten.html), Reiss-Engelhorn-Museen, Mannheim, Germany. Activities: scientific research, organological studies and documentation of the ethnographic reed instruments from the musical instrument collection of the museum.

Teaching Experience

2015

“Breathing Harmony: Double Pipes through the Ages”, 2nd Short Summer School: “Music Archaeology” – Approaches, Applied Research, Methods, Berliner Antike-Kolleg, Berlin, Germany, August 14-15

2014

 

 

Jutta Günther/Olga Sutkowska: “Ancient Rome”, Short Summer School: “Music Archaeology” – An Introduction to Study of Music in Antiquity, Berliner Antike-Kolleg & EMAP, Berlin, Germany, September 7-8,  video of the entire lecture: http://medien.cedis.fu-berlin.de/topoi/musikarchaelogogie_2014/sutkowska.mp4

Grants and Awards

2015

William E. Gribbon Memorial Award for Student Travel of the American Musical Instrument Society to attend the 44th AMIS/CIMCIM conference, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, June 3-7 (http://www.amis.org)

2012

 

Frederick R. Selch Award of the American Musical Instrument Society for the best student paper at the 41st AMIS/CIMCIM conference, New York City, May 15-19 

2012

 

William E. Gribbon Memorial Award for Student Travel of the American Musical Instrument Society to attend the 41st AMIS/CIMCIM conference, New York City, May 15-19

2008

Second prize in the Prof. Zofia Lissa Competition for the best M.A. thesis of the academic year 2007/2008 in Institute of Musicology at the University of Warsaw

Invited Presentations

2018

“Understanding the Poetovio tibia (2nd or 3rd c. CE)”, 1st Doublepipe School “Euterpe”, European Music Archaeology Project (EMAP), Tarquinia, Italy, May 3-6, 2018

2017

“Reconstruction of the Poetovio tibia from Slovenia”, XV Symposium of the ICTM Study Group on Music Archaeology & Workshop of the European Music Archaeology Project (EMAP), Ljubljana, Slovenia, August 24-26, 2017

 

“Archäologische Auloi/Tibiae-Funde mit Mechanismen: Eine organologische Studie antiker Rohrblattinstrumente”, Ringvorlesungsreihe “Interdisziplinarität in der Disziplin: Musikwissenschaft als akademisches Fach”, Universität der Künste: Fakultät Musik, Berlin, Deutschland, July 7, 2017

2015

“The Workshop of Dionysus: Revival Project of the Ancient Double Pipes”, XIV Symposium of the ICTM Study Group on Music Archaeology, Biskupin, Poland, August 17-21, 2015

 

“Key Mechanisms of the Ancient Double Pipes”, 44th Annual Meeting of the American Musical Instrument Society, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, USA, June 3-7, 2015

2014

“On the Reconstruction Process of the Imperial Tibia Based upon a Find from the Roman City of Poetovio”, 9th Symposium of the International Study Group on Music Archaeology, Ethnologisches Museum, Berlin, Germany, September 9-12, 2014

2012

“The Art of tibiae: A Music-Archaeological Case Study of a Musical Instrument from Late Antiquity”, 41st Annual Meeting of the American Musical Instrument Society and International Committee of Musical Instrument Museums and Collections, Metropolitan Museum of Art & Manhattan School of Music, New York City, USA, May 15-19, 2012

2011

 

“The Phrygian Tibia in the Cults of Dionysus/Bacchus and Cybele”, 12th Symposium of the ICTM Study Group on Music Archaeology, University of Valladolid, Spain, September 19-24, 2011

 

“The Ecstatic Sound of the Dionysus/Bacchus-Cult”, ICTM / 4th International Symposium of the Institute of Musicology, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, August 25-28, 2011

 

“Searching for the Sound of an Ancient Wind Instrument: Theoretical and Methodological Approaches in the Reconstruction of the Roman Double Pipes”, 4th Conference of the Jovens em Investigação Arqueológica, Universidade de Algarve in Faro, Portugal, May 11-14, 2011

2010

 

 

Stefan Hagel/Olga Sutkowska: “Interpreting tibiae Fragments from Pompeii”, 7th Symposium of the International Study Group on Music Archaeology, Academy of Music in Tianjin, China, August 20-25, 2010

“Roman tibiae in the Iconography from the first centuries AD: An Organolocial Case Study” (pl), in proceedings of the conference “Perspectives of the Music Iconography in Poland. Sources – Contexts – Interpretations” (pl), Polish Academy of Sciences: Institute of Art, Warsaw, April 22-23, 2010

2009

“Development of the Roman tibiae: An Organological Study”, 11th Symposium of the ICTM Study Group for Music Archaeology and 12th Conference of the Research Centre for Music Iconography, City University of New York, Graduate Centre, New York City, USA, September 23-26, 2009

“Greek aulos and Etruscan suplu: An Organological Comparison and their Cultural Context”, Tagung “La Musica in Etruria”, Comune di Tarquinia, Italien, September 18-20, 2009

Professional Affiliations

2012 -

American Musical Instrument Society (AMIS)

2011 -

Gesellschaft für Musikforschung (GfM)

2011 -

 

ΜΟΙΣΑ – International Society for the Study of the Greek and Roman Music and its Cultural Heritage

2009 -

Study Group on Music Archaeology of the International Council for Traditional Music (ICTM, UNESCO)

2006 -

International Study Group on Music Archaeology (ISGMA)

 

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