Romanou, Katy [Kaiti; Ekaterini]
- Anastasia Siopsi
(b Athens, 1939). Greek musicologist, specialist in the history of modern Greek art music. She received the master’s degree in musicology from Indiana University (Bloomington, Indiana) and the PhD degree from the University of Athens. She teaches, or has taught, musicology at the European University of Cyprus, the University of Athens (as a faculty member, from 1996 to 2006), the Greek Open University, and the Athens Conservatory of Music. She was a Senior Visiting Scholar in four US universities (university seminars programme of the Alexander Onassis Public Benefit Foundation (USA), 2010). She has also taught in various music conservatories in Athens, Argos, Kalamata, and Volos.
She was a music critic for the daily newspaper Kathimerini (1974–86), is a member of the editorial boards of the Greek periodicals Mousikologia and Polyphonia, and has established and directs a Greek group participating in RIPM (Répertoire International de la Presse Musicale/Retrospective Index to Music Periodicals, ...