Centre for Russian, East-Central European and Post-Soviet Music Studies

The priority is given to materials which propose new approaches to the already explored problems of musical art, involve previously unknown sources or put forward new issues, pointing to novel areas of research. The journal publishes articles on music theory and history, as well as excerpts from forthcoming monographs, conference papers, archival materials, book reviews, presentations of new books and announcements of the events of special importance for our professional community.

The journal’s editorial board intends to enlarge the publication of materials in major European languages (English, German and French) in order to provide more information about the state of musical scholarship abroad and to promote the integration of Russian musicology in an international context.

The electronic journal’s distinctive feature is the presence on its pages of audio and video files, providing the opportunity to listen to the music touched upon in the published texts. This, obviously, makes the journal more approachable for a larger readership and helps to promote the musical art.

Since 2015, the periodical has appeared twice a year.

ISSN 2307-5015

The journal is registered in the Russian Index of Scientific Quotations.