LUCA LÉVI SALA Ph.D.
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NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
Faculty of Arts and Science
Music Department
Waverly Bldg, 24 Waverly Place
New York, NY 10003
Phone: (212) 998-8300


Email: luca.sala@yale.edu
luca.sala@nyu.edu
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Qualification for a position as an Associate professor and Lecturer in a French University, by the French Ministry of Research and Education (Conseil National des Universités, MCF, Section n. 22, 02/05/2016, n. 16222243734).

Luca Lévi Sala has been appointed as a Visiting Fellow (2015-2016) at Yale University (USA). He is now Researcher at New York University. A graduate in musicology from the University of Pavia (Italy), he was awarded two fellowships (Grant of MFAffairs Fellowship) at the Jagiellonian University of Kraków (Poland) for a research project on Mieczysław Karłowicz’s work and he gained a Ph.D. in Philosophy & Arts (Musicology) at Poitiers University (France). Founding co-editor of the Journal Ad Parnassum. A Journal on Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Instrumental Music (Ut Orpheus Edizioni, 2003—), he is currently on the Board of the Scholarly Committees of the Italian National Edition of Muzio Clementi’s Complete Works and Italian National Edition of Luigi Boccherini's Complete Works (Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities - MIBAC), on the advisory board of the Hellenic journal of music, education and culture (Greek Association of Primary Music Education Teachers) and ArteConCiencia (Guanajuato University). He is General Editor (2014—) of the musicological series Ad Parnassum Studies (Ut Orpheus Edizioni, 2005—) and of Music, Criticism & Politics [Brepols Publisher, 2015—). He has published a range of writings, reviews and reports (as peer-reviewer as well) in various international books and refereed journals, including Journal of Musicological Research, Notes, Revue de musicologie, Studi Musicali, Journal of Jewish Identities, Rivista italiana di musicologia, Ad Parnassum Journal, Eighteenth-Century Music, Analecta Musicologica, Grove Online and he is soon contributing the articles on Muzio Clementi, Luigi Dallapiccola and Mieczysław Karłowicz to Oxford Bibliographies Online (Oxford University Press).

Research Areas and Specialism
Music & Source Criticism: Late Eighteenth-Century Italian Music — 1770-1830 (Muzio Clementi, Luigi Boccherini).
Musical Aesthetics & Historical Musicology: Modernism and Polish Fin-de-Siècle, Luigi Dallapiccola and Early 20th-Century Italian Music, Fascism and Politics.



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