Southeastern and East Central Europe

Begun in 2013, the Southeastern and East Central Europe update project is our largest online project to date, updating and expanding the coverage of south-east and east central European subjects in Grove Music Online. Along with an overview article on South East Europe, countries included are:

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Jim Samson

Grove is proud to partner with Jim Samson, Emeritus Professor of Music at Royal Holloway, University of London, and Grove contributor, who is acting as Editor in Chief of the project. Dr. Samson has published widely on the music of Chopin and is one of three Series Editors of The Complete Chopin: A New Critical Edition (Peters Edition, in progress). In 1989 he was awarded the Order of Merit from the Polish Ministry of Culture for his contribution to Chopin scholarship, and in 2000 he was elected a Fellow of the British Academy. His publications include The Cambridge History of Nineteenth-Century Music (Cambridge, 2002), Virtuosity and the Musical Work: The Transcendental Studies of Liszt (Cambridge, 2003), which was awarded the Royal Philharmonic Book Prize in 2004, and most recently Music in the Balkans (Brill, 2013). He is currently preparing a co-edited volume on 'Greece and its Neighbours' (with Katy Romanou, also a Grove contributor), an edited volume on music in Cyprus, and a monograph provisionally entitled Black Sea Sketches: Music, Place and People.

See below for a complete list of articles added or updated for the Southeastern and East Central Europe Update Project (as of March 2016), which will expand as the project continues.

Abrashev, Bozhidar
Adalbert of Prague [Vojtěch; Wojciech]
Adamič, Emil
Adamík, Josef
Adamović Čepinski, Bela
Aeschylus [Aischylos]
Agolli, Lejla
Albania (Alb. Republika e Shqipërisë).
Alcman [Alkman]
Aleksi, Lola (Gjoka)
Alessandrescu, Alfred
Alexandra, Liana (Moraru)
Alexiadis, Minas
Aliçkaj, Kreshnik
Allacci [Allacius, Allatius, Allatios], Leone [Lione, Leo, Leon]
Alygizakis, Antonios
Alypius [Alypios]
Amargiannakis, Giorgos
Anacreon [Anakreon]
Andreescu, Horia
Andricu, Mihail G(heorghe)
Andrikopoulos, Dimitris
Angelakis, Giannis
Angelopoulos, Manolis
Angelopoulos, Yannis [Yiannis, Giannis]
Angelov, Lyudmil
Angri [D’Angri], Elena [Nazarena, Mattia, Catterina]
Anthis, Sokratis
Antoni, Lorenc
Antoniu, Gjergj
Antoniu, Kristaq [Antoniu, Christache]
Apostolou, Yannis [Ioannis, Yangos]
Arbatsky, Yury
Arnaudov, Vasil
Arnautović, Rešad
Asēmakopoulos [As(s)imakopoulos], Euangelos [Evangelos]
Astrinidēs [Astrinidis], Nikolaos [Nikos, Nicolaos]
Atanasov, Atanas
Athanasi, Gjoni
Athens
Attik [Triantafyllou (Triandafyllou), Cleon (Kleon)]
Avramović, Stana Karaminga
Avrazi, Gaqo
Axiotis [Axiotti, Axiotes], Georgios [Giorgos, Yorgos]
Babić, Konstantin
Babnik, Matej
Bačanović, Milivoj
Badea, Christian
Badev, Georgy
Badev, Nikola
Badian, Maya
Badinski, Nikolai
Bajac, Ljubomir
Bajagić, Momčilo Bajaga
Bajamonti, Julije [Giulio]
Bakić, Bakija
Bakšić, Amila
Bălan, George
Balašević, Đorđe
Balasios [Balasios the Priest and Nomophylax; Balasēs ho Hiereūs kai Nomophylax]
Balint, George
Ballata, Zeqirja
Balyozov, Rumen
Bandur, Jovan
Barbu, Filaret
Bariu, Laver
Bego-Šimunić, Anđelka
Bellou, Sotēria
Bellou, Sotiria
Beloiu, Nicolae
Beníšek, Hilarion
Bentoiu, Pascal
Beqiri, Fahri
Beran, Emerik
Berat
Bereketes, Petros [Bereketēs, Petros; Byzantios, ho Melōdos, Glykys, Tzelepēs, Kouspazoglou]
Bergamo, Marija
Berger, Wilhelm Georg
Bezić, Nada
Bihać
Bithikotsis, Grigoris
Bitola
Blažeković, Zdravko
Blum, Matusja
Bodini, Mustafa
Borisov, Lilcho
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Brândus, Nicolae
Braşov
Breko Kustura, Hana
Brixides, Jan
Bruči, Rudolf
Bucharest
Bucharoff [Buchhalter], Simon
Buciu, Dan
Bucur-Barbu, Sebastian
Bugeanu, Constantin
Bughici, Dumitru
Bujić, Bojan
Bukoreshtliyev, Angel
Bulgaria, §I: Art music
Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Institute for Arts Studies, Music department
The Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra
Bužarovski, Dimitrije
Çako, Gaqo
Čalgija
Camilieri, Lorenzo
Čangalović [Tchangalovich], Miroslav
Capoianu, Dumitru
Carrer [Karreris], Pavlos [Carrer, Paolo; Karrer, Paul]
Castaldi, Alfonso
Caudella, Eduard
Cazaban, Costin
Celibidache, Sergiu
Ceribašić, Naila
Cernei, Elena
Cezar, Corneliu
Chaldaiakēs (Chaldaeakes), Achilleas G.
Chatzēgiakoumēs, Manolēs, Κ. [Hatziyakoumis, Manolis, K.]
Chatzis, Christos
Cherogiorgou-Sigara, Maria
Chiotis, Manolis (Emmanouil)
Chourmouzios the Archivist [Chourmouzios the Chartophylax; Chourmouzios (Georgiou) Chartophylax]
Christov, Dobri
Chuchkov, Victor
Ciko, Zhani
Ciloja and friends.
Ciocan, Dinu (Mihail)
Ciortea, Tudor
Cluj-Napoca.
Čolić, Dragutin
Čolić, Zdravko Čola
Coman, Nicolae
Comes, Liviu
Constanţa.
Constantin, Marin
Constantinescu, Dan
Constantinescu, Grigore
Constantinescu, Paul
Constantinidis [Konstantinidis, Constantinides], Yannis [Giannis] [Giannidis, Kostas]
Cortez, Viorica
Cosma, Octavian Lazăr
Cosma, Viorel
Costinescu, Gheorghe
Cres
Crete
Csiky, Boldizsár
Cuclin, Dimitrie
Cuderman, Mirko
Cvetko, Dragotin
Cyprus
Dafov, Yordan
Daija, Tish [Matish]
Dalaras, Giorgos [Dalaras, George]
Danae [Stratigopoulou-Chalkiadaki]
Dănceanu, Liviu
Darcle, Hariclea [Haricleu; Haricli; Hartulari] [Darclée, Enrichetta]
Darlas, Apostolos
Davidović, Dalibor
Deda, Ferdinand
Dedić, Arsen
Dediu, Dan
Delavrancea, Cella
Dellaporta, Sophia
Demetar, Ivan
Demović, Miho
Đenader, Dragoje
Dendrino, Gherase
Denev, Lyubomir
Dešpalj, Valter
Dević, Dragoslav
Dheri, Eftim
Dhomi, Rauf
Dikov, Anton
Dima, Gheorghe
Dimitrescu, Constantin
Dimitrov, Georgi
Dinescu, Violeta
Dinev, Petar
Djurić-Klajn (Ribnikar), Stana
Doliner, Gorana
Donceanu, Felicia
Doukakis, Spyridon
Dounis, Demetrios [Demetrius] Constantine
Dragatakis, Dimitris
Drăgoi, Sabin V(asile)
Dragoumēs, Markos (Philippou) [Dragoumis, Markos, Ph.]
Drenikov, Ivan
Dugan, Franjo, Sr.
Dugić, Bora
Dukát, Josef Leopold Václav
Dumitrescu, Gheorghe
Dumitrescu, Iancu
Dumitrescu, Ion
Dušan Skovran String Orchestra
Dussek: (3) Franz Benedikt Dussek
Dzhudzhev, Stoyan
Dzhurov, Plamen
Editura Muzicală
Eftimova, Milka
EKV [Ekaterina Velika]
Elbasan
Encheva, Lyuba
Enescu, George [Enesco, Georges]
Erbiceanu, Constanţa
Erić, Zoran
Eskenazy [Eskenazi], Roza [Sarah Skinazi]
Evangelatos, Antiochos
Evrov, Nikolai
Faller, Nikola
Fampas, Dēmētrēs [Fambas, Dimitris]
Fara, Eli
Farantouri, Maria
Feldman, Ludovic
Fidetzis, Byron [Vyron]
Filothei, Sin Agǎi Jipei
Filtsch, Károly [Karl]
Firca, Clemansa Liliana
Firca, Gheorghe
Firfov, Živko
Firfova, Danka
First Belgrade Choral Society
Flechtenmacher, Alexandru (Adolf)
Florescu, Arta
Foerster, Anton
Foustanos, Ioannis
Fracile, Nice J.
Frajt, Jovan
Frajt, Ludmila
Frangou-Psychopedi [Psychopedis], Olympia
Franković, Dubravka
Gackić, Paša
Gajdov, Stefan
Gaqi, Thoma
Gashi, Kushtrim
Gavalas, Panos
George Enescu International Festival
George Enescu Philharmonic Orchestra
Georgescu, Corneliu Dan
Georgescu, George
Georgescu, Remus
Germanos of New Patras [Germanos Neōn Patrōn]
Gheorghe Dima Music Academy
Gheorghiu, Angela
Gheorghiu, Ștefan
Gheorghiu, Valentin
Ghezzo, Dinu D.
Ghiuselev, Nicola [Gyuselev, Ghiuselev]
Giuleanu, Victor
Gjakonovski Špato, Dragan
Gjama
Gjebrea, Ardit
Gjevelekaj, Gjon
Gjini, Vincenc
Gjirokastra
Gjoni, Simon
Gligo, Nikša
Glodeanu, Liviu
Gojković, Andrijana
Goleminov, Mikhail
Golemović, Dimitrije
Golestan, Stan
Gostuški, Dragutin
Goulaki-Voutyra, Alexandra
Gourzi, Konstantia
Gregorios the Protopsaltes [‘the Levite']
Grek, Alexandros Konstantinos
Grgić, Miljenko
Grgošević, Zlatko
Grigore, Dan
Grigoriu, Teodor [Theodor]
Grimci, Abdullah
Gritsanis, Panagiotis
Grković, Branko
Gruda, Zef
Guča
Guraziu, Tonin
Hadjiapostolou, Nikolaos [Nikos]
Hadjidakis [Hatzidakis], Manos
Hadjileontiadis, Leontios
Hasnaş, Irina
Hatzidakis [Hadjidakis], Manos
Heferer
Hekimova, Yanka
Herlea, Nicolae
Herman, Vasile
Hiotēs, Manolēs (Emmanouēl)
Hisku, Alida
Hlebarov, Ivan
Hofman, Srdjan
Höller, Blanda
Horozić, Asim
Hoxha, Naile
Hrisanide [Hrisanidis], Alexandru
Hristić, Zoran
Huml, Václav
Iaşi
Ikonomov, Boyan Georgiyev
Iliev, Konstantin
Iliev, Velin
Ilieva, Vaska
Institute of Musicology SASA
International New Music Week [Saptamâna Internaţională a Muzicii Noi] [SIMN]
Ioachimescu, Călin
Ioannidis, Yannis
Ionian Islands
Iordăchescu, Dan
Iorgulescu, Adrian
Iovașcu Vlachos
Ipavec, Benjamin
Ipavec, Josip
Istra and Hrvatsko primorje
Jaho, Ermonela
Jakobos Peloponnesios [Iakōbos Peloponnēsios; Jakobos the Protopsaltes]
Janigro, Antonio
Janković.
Jarda, Tudor
Jeličanin, Milan
Jevtić , Ivan
Joksimović, Željko
Jora, Mihail
Jungić, Beluš
Juranić, Zoran
Kaçinari, Mark
Kaimakis, Ioannis
Kaldaras, Apostolos
Kallinikos, Theodoulos
Kângë kreshnikësh
Kângë majekrahi [Majekrahi songs]
Karaindrou, Eleni
Karas, Simon
Karastoyanov, Bozhidar
Karyotakis, Theodore [Theodoros]
Kasapolli, Halit
Kassia [Cassia, Kasia, Eikasia, Ikasia, Kasianē, Kassianē, Kassiani]
Katalinić, Vjera
Katz, Mindru
Kavouras, Pavlos
Kazandzhiev, Vasil
Kazantzidis, Stelios
Kempf, Davorin
Khadjigeorgiev, Dimitar
Khristov, Dimitar
Király, Ernő
Kiriac-Georgescu, Dumitru
Klemenčič, Ivan
Klinkova, Zhivka
Koci, Akil
Koço, Tefta Tashko
Kogoj, Marij [Julij]
Kolarov, Milko
Kolasis [Kolases, Colassis], Vyron [Byron]
Komadina, Vojin
Kongoli, Baki
Kōnstantinidēs, Giannēs [Constantinidis, Yannis; Giannidēs, Kōstas]
Kōnstantinidēs, Kōnstantinos [Constantinides, Dinos]
Konstas of Chios, Apostolos [Konstalas, Apostoles; Krystallas, Apostoles (Apostolis)]
Korça
Korčula
Kos, Koraljka
Kosovo
Kostios, Apostolos
Kotsiōlēs, Kōstas [Cotsiolis, Costas]
Koukos, Periklis
Koumendakis [Koumentakis], Giorgos [George]
Kounadis, Argyris [Arghyris]
Koundouroff [Koundouros], Aristotelis
Kouroupos, Giorgos [Yorgos]
Kozina, Marjan
Krastev, Alexandar
Krăstev, Venelin
Krăsteva, Neva
Krek, Uroš
Krilovici, Marina
Krk
Kuhač [Koch], Franjo Ksaver [Xaver, Žaver]
Kujumdzieva, Svetlana
Kulenović, Vuk
Kushta, Shpëtim
Kusturica, Abid
Kyriakou, Rena
Kyurkchiyski, Krasimir
Lagkhner, Daniel
Laibach
Lalandi, Lina
Lalantē, Lila [Lalandi, Lina]
Lalas, Dēmētrios [Dimitrios] (Stergiou)
Lalauni [Lalaouni], Lila [Ioulia]
Lambelet, Edouardos [Edoardo]
Lambelet, Georgios
Lambelet, Napoleon
Lambiri, Eleni
Lang, Ivana
Lapidakē, Elenē
Lapidakis, Michalis
László, Ferenc [Francisc]
Lavrangas, Dionysios [Dionyssios]
Lazăr, Filip
Lazaridis, George-Emmanuel
Leahu, Alexandru
Leb i Sol
Lechev, Boyan
Leka, Dhora
Lela family.
Leotsakos, George [Giorgos]
Lerch-Kalavrytinos, Irmgard
Lerescu, Sorin
Leskoviku, Hafize
Levidis, Dimitrios
Lialios, Dēmētrios [Dimitrios]
Liaropoulos, Panayiotis
Liavas, Lambros
Liberalēs [Liberalis, Liveralis,], Iossif [Liberal(l)i, Giuseppe, Girolamo; Eleutheriadēs, Iosēf]
Linin, Aleksandar
Lipovšek, Marijan
Livljanić, Katarina
Ljubljana
Logothetis, Anestis
Loizos, Manos
Lučić, Franjo
Ludvig-Pečar, Nada
Macedonia
Maček, Ivo
Madžar, Aleksandar
Magdić, Josip
Majer Bobetko, Sanja
Makris, Efstathios
Maksimović, Rajko
Maksimović, Svetlana
Maliaras, Nikos
Mamangakis, Nikos
Mandeal, Cristian
Mandyczewski, Eusebius [Mandicevschi, Eusebie]
Manolov, Dimităr
Manolov, Emanuil
Manolov, Zdravko
Mantzaros, Nikolaos Halikiopoulos [Chalikiopoulos] [Niccolò Calichiopulo Manzaro]
Marangopoulos, Dimitris
March Music Days International Festival
Margaritis, Loris (Lykourgos)
Maribor.
Marić, Julio
Marić, Ljubica
Marijić, Branimir [Branko Marić]
Marin, Ion
Marinković, Josif
Marinov, Ivan
Marjanović, Đorđe
Markeas, Alexandros
Markopoulos, Yannis [Giannis]
Markovac, Pavao
Marković, Mladen
Marošević, Grozdana
Mašek, Caspar (Gašpar)
Mašek, Kamilo
Matějovský, Franjo
Matetić-Ronjgov, Ivan
Matić-Marović, Darinka
Matović, Ana
Matz, Rudolf
Mendelsohn, Alfred
Mengjiqi, Mendi
Metaxas, Nikolaos Tzanis
Meţianu, Lucian
Michaelides, Solon
Michaelides, Yiangos
Miculi [Mikuli], Carol [Karol]
Miereanu, Costin
Mihajlović, Milan
Mihalovici, Marcel
Mihevec, Jurij
Mikroutsikos, Thanos
Milanov, Rossen
Milanova, Stoyka
Milin, Melita
Miljković, Katarina
Miljković, Ljubinko
Milojević, Miloje
Milošević, Vlado
Miloti, Luçie
Minchev, Georgi
Minchev, Mincho
Miricioiu, Nelly
Mitrea-Celarianu, Mihai
Mitropoulos, Dimitri
Mokranjac, Vasilije
Moldovan, Mihai
Moldoveanu, Eugenia
Moldoveanu, Vasile
Mollova, Milena
Molnar-Talajić, Ljiljana
Morfov, Alexandar
Moscona [Moschonas], Nicola [Nikolaos; Nikos; Nicolai]
Moscona(s) [Moschonas], Nicola [Nikolaos; Nikos; Nicolai]
Mosusova, Nadežda
Motsenigos, Spyros
Mourikis, Spyros
Mouskouri [Mouschouri], Nana [Ioanna]
Moutsios, Georgios [Giorgos, George]
Mula, Inva
Mulliqi, Rexho
Munteanu, Viorel
Murai, Jurica
Muratovski, Fimčo
Mureşianu, Iacob
Musicescu, Florica
Musicescu, Gavriil
Nachev, Milen
The National Opera in Bucharest
Naoumoff, Emile
Nasopoulou, Aspasia
Nedvěd, Anton
Nedyalkov, Hristo
Negrea, Marţian
Neli, Nezir
Nemescu, Octavian
Nenov, Dimitar
Nerantzi, Susanna [Kladou-Nerantzi, Sosanni]
Nešić, Vojna (Olivera)
Nezeritis [Neseritis], Andreas
Nichifor, Şerban
Nicolesco [Niculescu], Mariana
Niculescu, Ştefan
Nika-Sampson, Evi [Evanthia]
Nikitas, Kostas
Nikolov, Lazar (Kostov)
Nikolovski, Vlastimir
Ninou, Marika [Evangelia Atamian]
Niš
Nottara, Constantin
Novak, Johann Baptist [Janez Krstnik]
Novi Sad Opera
Novi Sad Philharmonic orchestra
Novi Sad
Nuić, Rada
Nure, Nevruz (Lulushi)
Nuri-Hadžić, Bahrija
Obretenov, Svetoslav
Odăgescu [Odăgescu-Ţuţuianu], Irina
Oedipe
Ohanesian, David
Ohrid.
Olah, Tiberiu
Osterc, Slavko
Otescu, Ion Nonna
Ozgijan [Osghian], Petar
Pachtikos, Geōrgios
Padovanis [Padovani, Padovas], Domenikos [Domenico, Antonio, Luigi, Emanuel, Massimiliano]
Paladi, Radu
Palfi, Ladislav
Pallandios, Menelaos G.
Panagiotes the New Chrysaphes [Panagiotēs Chrysaphēs ho Neos]
Panchev, Vladimir
Pann, Anton [Pantoleon, Petroveanu, Pană, Petrovici]
Papadatos, Joseph
Papadopoulos, Geōrgios
Papadopoulos-Gkrekas, Iōsēph
Papaioannou, Ioannis [John] G(eorgios)
Papaioannou, Marika
Papaioannou, Yannis Andreou
Papaiοannou, Giannis
Papandreou, Elena
Papaskevas, Apostolos
Papavrami, Tedi
Parać, Frano
Parma, Viktor
Paşcanu, Alexandru
Patras
Paulus, Irena
Pautza, Sabin
Pavlović Carevac, Vlastimir
Pejović, Roksanda
Pekov, Mikhail
Pelishek, Panka
Pendachanska, Alexandrina
Përmet
Perpessas, Harilaos
Perra [Perras], Margarita [Margherita]
Petra-Basacopol, Carmen
Petridis, Petros (John)
Petrinjak, Darko
Petros Byzantios
Petrović, Radmila
Pettan, Hubert
Pettan, Svanibor
Philip Koutev State Folklore Ensemble
Photeinos (Moraitēs), Dionysios
Pirgu, Saimir
Pironkov, Simeon (Angelov)
Platonos, Lena
Plessas, Mimis
Plousiadenos, Joannes [Joseph of Methone]
Plovdiv Philharmonic Orchestra
Pokupić, Renata
Poniridis, Georgios
Pop, Adrian
Popa, Aurelian Octav
Popovici, Doru
Popovici, Timotei
Popovici-Bayreuth, Dimitrie
Pordes, Alfred
Porumbescu, Ciprian
Pozajić, Mladen
Prebanda, Milan
Premrl, Stanko
Prishtina
Privšek, Jože
Prizren
Proeski, Toše [Todor]
Prohaska, Miljenko
Prokopiev, Trajko
Psachos, Konstantinos [Constantinos; Constantine] (Alexandros)
Pula
Qazimi, Ema
Qerimeja [Qerime Baki]
Radić, Dušan
Radica, Ruben
Radinović, Sanja
Radovanović, Vladan
Raffaelli, Josip
Ramovš, Primož
Raţiu, Adrian
Raznatović, Svetlana Ceca
Rebetika [Rembetika; Rempetika] (sing. Rebetiko)
Redžepova, Esma
Rexha, Fitnete
Riblja čorba
Richter, Paul (Wilhelm)
Rihar, Gregor
Rijavec, Andrej
Rijeka
Rizvanolli, Esat
Robev, Georgi
Rodan, Mendi
Rodotheatos, Dionysios [Rodoteato, Dionisio]
Rogalski, Theodor
Rojko, Uroš
Romania
Romanian Opera of Iaşi [Opera Română din Iași]
Romanou, Katy [Kaiti; Ekaterini]
Rombotis, Gerasimos
Rosenberg-Ružić, Vjekoslav
Rotaru [Nemţeanu-Rotaru], Doina (Marilena)
Rotaru, Diana
Rousse Philharmonic Orchestra
Rudi, Donika
Rudi, Rafet
Ruždjak, Vladimir
Šaban, Ladislav
Sagayev, Dimitar
Sakellaridēs, Iōannēs Theophrastou
Sakellaridis [Sakellarides], Theophrastos [Theofrastos]
Sakkas, Spyridōn [Spyros]
Samaltanos, Nikolaos
Samaras [Samara], Spyridon [Spyros, Spiro] (Filiskos)
Samaras, Christos
Sandu-Dediu, Valentina
Šantić, Aleksa
Sarajevo
Sârbu, Eugene
Sarievski, Aleksandar
Sattner, Hugolin
Saze
Schmidt, Joseph
Schneider, Franjo
Schwerdt, Leopold Ferdinand
Sedak, Eva
Semitekolo, Nelly
Semsis, Dimitrios (Dimitris)
Sepe, Mojmir
Serban, Andrei
Ševčík, Otakar
Sgouros, Dimitris
Shehu, Bashkim
Shkodra
Shyti, Ndue
Šibenik
Sibiu
Sicilianos, Yorgos [Sisilianos, Giorgos]
Sidiropoulos, Pavlos
Silvestri, Constantin
Silyanovsky, Trifon
Simeonova, Nedyalka
Siopsi, Anastasia
Sivec, Jože
Skalovski, Todor
Škerjanc, Lucijan Marija
Sklavos, Georgios
Skopje
Slătinaru-Nistor, Maria
Slatkonia, Georg
Slovenia
Smailović
Smailović-Huart, Violeta
Smiljanić, Radmila
Socor, Matei
Sofia Music Weeks International Festival
Sofia Opera and Ballet
Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra
Sofia Soloists Chamber Ensemble
Sokoli, Fatime
Sokolović, Ana
Souliotis [Suliotis], Elena
South East Europe
Souyioul [Sougioul; Souyioultzoglou], Michalis
Spanos, Giannis
Spartakos [Anastasiou], Yiannis [Yannis; Giannis]
Spasić, Radivoje
Spasov, Bozhidar [Spassov, Bojidar]
Spasov, Ivan
Spătărelu, Vasile
Spiess, Ludovic
Špiler, Miroslav
Špralja, Izak
Srebotnjak, Alojz
St. George Strings
Stahuljak, Mladen
Stamou, Lelouda [Lēda]
Stančić, Svetislav
Stanev, Vesselin
Stanković, Kornelije
Statelova, Rosemarie
Stathis, Gregorios Th.
Staykov, Ivan
Stefanović, Ivana
Stević-Vukosavljević, Svetlana
Štip
Stipčević, Ennio
Stoia, Achim
Stoianova [Stoyanova], Ivanka
Stojanović, Petar
Stojković, Jovanka
Stoyanov(-Ivanov), Stoyan
Stoyanov, Andrei
Stoyanov, Pencho (Tsvetanov)
Stoyanova, Krasimira
Striccius, Wolfgang
Stringa, Hamide
Stroe, Aurel
Sveti Yoan Kukuzel
Synadinos, Theodōros N.
Syros [Hermoupolis; Ermoupoli].
Tabakov, Emil
Tajčević, Marko
Take, Anida [Anita]
Tanev, Aleksandar
Täpkov, Dimitär
Tăranu, Cornel
Tarmăkov, Russi (Dragiev)
Taskov, Krassimir
Tăutu, Cornelia
Tchakarov, Emil
Teodorescu-Ciocănea, Livia
Terényi, Ede [Eduard]
Tetovo
The Romanian National Opera in Cluj-Napoca.
The Svetoslav Obretenov National Philharmonic Choir
Themelis, Dimitris
Theodorakis, Ermis
Theodorakis, Mikis
Thessaloniki [Salonica].
Timiş, Vasile
Timişoara
Toduţă, Sigismund
Tole, Vasil S.
Tomašević, Katarina
Tomescu, Vasile (Damian)
Toncheva, Elena
Tonia, Euangelia [Lina]
Touliatos-Miles (-Banker), Diane
Trăilescu, Cornel
Trako, Konstandin [Konstantin]
Tripolis
Trpčeski, Simon
Tsenova, Yuliya
Tsetsos, Markos
Tsiligiridis, Savvas
Tsitsanis, Vasilis
Tsitsánis, Vasílis
Tsoupaki, Calliope
Tudoran, Ionel
Tukiçi, Ibrahim
Tuksar, Stanislav
Ţurcanu-Bercescu, Lucia
Türk, Hans Peter
Tutev, Georgi (Ivanov) [Ivanov, Georgi]
Union of Bulgarian composers
Union of Romanian Composers and Musicologists
Universitatea de Arte "George Enescu", Iași [George Enescu University of Arts, Iaşi]
Universitatea Națională de Muzică București [National University of Music Bucharest]
Ursuleasa, Mihaela
Văduva, Leontina
Vakarelis, Janis [Giannis]
Vamvakaris, Markos
Vancea, Zeno (Octavian)
Varaždin
Varna International Summer Music Festival
Varna Philharmonic Orchestra
Varvoglēs [Varvoglis], Marios
Vasić, Olivera Coka
Vasiljević, Miodrag A.
Vassilandonakis [Vasilantonakis], Yiorgos [Giorgos]
Vassilantōnakēs, Giōrgos
Vembo [Bembo; Bembou], Sofia [Sophia; Efi]
Veselinović-Hofman, Mirjana
Vidu, Ion
Vieru, Anatol
Vieru, Andrei
Vieru-Conta, Lena
Visvardis, Dionysios
Visvikis, Demis
Vlachopoulos, Yannis [Jannis]
Vlad, Marina Marta
Vlad, Ulpiu
Vlashi, Florian
Vodenicharov, Boyan
Vodenitcharov, Yasen
Voiculescu, Dan
Voineag, Ionel
Vrebalov, Aleksandra
Wachmann, Eduard
Wachmann, Ion [Ioan] Andrei
Xanthoudakis, Haris
Xarhakos [Xarchakos], Stavros
Xaviereff, Yevgeny
Xenakis, Iannis
Xhediku, Muharrem
Xhemali, Mentor
Xyndas [Xyntas, Xinda(s), Xinta(s)], Spyridon [Spiridione]
Yannou, Demetre [Dimitris]
Yugoslavia
Zaccaria [Zachariou], Nicola [Nikos]
Zadeja, Çesk [Françesk]
Zagreb
Zakić, Mirjana
Zambetas [Zampetas; Zabetas], Giorgos [Yiorgos]  
Žebeljan, Isidora
Žebre, Demetrij
Zeqiri, Dafina
Zervos, Giorgos [George]
Zhegu, Luan
Zirra, Alexandru
Živković, Mirjana
Zlatev-Cherkin, George
Zlatić, Slavko
Zōē [Zoe, Zoi], Liza [Lisa, Elisabeth]
Zografski, Tomislav
Zorzor, Stefan
Zouganelis, Giannis
Županović, Lovro