Dr Eva Mantzourani studied Musicology at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and graduated with a BMus(Hons); Goldsmiths College - University of London, gaining MMus qualifications in Music Theory and Analysis, and (with distinction) in Historical Musicology; and King's College - University of London, where she was awarded her PhD. She is a Reader in Musicology at Canterbury Christ Church University (CCCU). Her teaching covers a variety of analytical and historical topics, at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. At CCCU she has organised four international conferences, in conjunction with the Sounds New Contemporary Music Festival, and two national Research Study Days. Her research interests are wide ranging and cover both music analysis and historical musicology. She is internationally recognized as an expert in the music of the composer Nikos Skalkottas, as well as the musical and socio-cultural contexts in which her research is located. She has given papers at conferences in UK, Austria, Germany, Greece, Italy, Russia and Ireland, and has published work on both musicological topics and the music of Skalkottas. Her monograph The Life and Twelve-Note Music of Nikos Skalkottas <http:/ /www.ashgate.com/isbn/9780754653103> | was published by Ashgate in 2011. Presently, she is preparing a critical edition of Skalkottas's Violin Concerto, which will be published by Universal Editions (Vienna) in 2013.