Research interests

Music
History of  Polish music
History of  Greek music
20th- and 21st-Century music 
Relationships between music and ancient Greek philosophy 
Flute music

Greek Culture 
20th- and 21st- century Greek culture (music and literature) 
Culture Greek Identities (food, dance, music)
Relationships between music and language

Recent Publications

Books

Glinka, Beata Iwona. 2013. Works for Solo Flute by Greek Composers: notation and performance. Athens: Book Stars (ISBN13 978-9-60571-014-9).

http://www.bookstars.gr/User/BookDetails.aspx?Id=5buTeBJYhjaCj5IL%2bGYSag%3d%3d&CId=siwQBVcHS%2b8%3d

Glinka, Beata Iwona. 2014. Compositional Techniques In View of Interpretation of Brian Ferneyhough’s Flute Music. Cracow: Academy of Music Edition. (accepted – in preparation for 2018).


Articles

Glinka, Beata Iwona. 2014. “The accomplishments of Polish composers in the context of the turbulent politics in the ninetieth and twentieth century in Poland”. In MUSICULT ‘14 Music and Cultural Studies Conference
© DAKAM Publishing (D/PB) May 2014 , İstanbul: 61-66 (ISBN 978-605-5120-77-1).
 
Glinka, Beata Iwona. 2014. “Casandra’s Dream Song by Brian Ferneyhough: Combination of Myth with Aesthetics of New Complexity ”.
 © Athens National and Kaposdistrian University:155-161  (ISBN13 978-960-466-131-2).

http://musicology.mus.auth.gr/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/ConfProc2012.pdf


 Conference presentation
Glinka, Beata Iwona. 2016. "Contemporary Chamber Music for Flute and Harpsichord". In 7th Academic Session on Harpsichord in the Contemporary Composers' works, The Fryderyk Chopin University of Music, Warsaw, Poland, 19-20 November.

Glinka, Beata Iwona. 2014. "Performer perceptions in music for flute and electronics". In 9th Conference on Interdisciplinary Musicology – CIM14 at Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung (National Institute for Music Research), in Berlin, Germany, 4-6 December.

Glinka, Beata Iwona. 2014. “The accomplishments of Polish composers in the context of the turbulent politics in the ninetieth and twentieth century in Poland”. In MUSICULT ‘14 Music and Cultural Studies Conference, hosted by ITU (Istanbul Technical University) / Turkish Music State Conservatory and organised by DAKAM (Eastern Mediterranean Academic Research Center), Turkey, 15-17 May (ISBN: 978-605-5120-77-1).

Glinka, Beata Iwona. 2014. “The influences of the philosophy of Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel in Tristan und Isolde by Richard Wagner”. In  Conference Giuseppe Verdi and Richard Wagner. Two antipodes of music 200 years later, National and Kapodistrian University, Athens, Greece, 21 March.

Glinka, Beata Iwona. 2013. “The role of music in shaping the cultural identity of the Greeks in Melbourne”. In 10th International Conference on Greek Research, Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia, 27-30 June.

Glinka, Beata Iwona. 2012. “Relations between Music and Language in Greek Flute Solo Music”. In  Conference Music and Language, National and Kapodistrian University, Athens, Greece, 28-29 November.

Glinka, Beata Iwona. 2012. “Projection of National Elements vs Globalisation in Greek and Cypriot Flute Solo Music”. In International Greek Music Creation: Identities and Historical Memories, European University, Nicosia, Cyprus, 15-17 November.

Glinka, Beata Iwona. 2012. “Casandra’s Dream Song by Brian Ferneyhough: Combination of Myth with Aesthetics of New Complexity ”. In  Conference on Ancient Myths and Music Creation, Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece, 21-22 October (ISBN 978-960-466-131-2).