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Rasa Murauskaitė, music critic, radio and event host. In 2017 graduated from Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre with Master‘s Diploma in Music theory and Critics. From September 2013 to February 2014 studied at the National Conservatoire of Music and Dance Paris as well as Paris School of Gregorian Chant. Murauskaitė presented papers at the international conferences in United States (Stanford University), Paris, Riga, Istanbul, Warsaw and Vilnius. She was awarded LMTA Senate Scholarship (2013–2014) for the outstanding study results as well as Diploma from Lithuanian Ministry of Education and Science for the innovative research of Lithuanian music (2015). Since 2017 works at the LMTA Science Center as the Junior Researcher as well as the Assistant Lecturer at the Academy‘s Music History and Arts Management departments. Her works were published in scientific journals „Lietuvos muzikologija“ and „Menotyra“. Together with Associate Professor Dr. Laima Budzinauskienė, cooperating with Warsaw University, Murauskaitė prepared critical source edition „Liber Organistarum Collegii Cronensis Societatis Jesu“, where analyzed one of the main Lithuanian musical sources of 17th century Kražiai Tabulature. Since 2017 Murauskaitė is the member of Lithuanian Composer‘s Union Musicologists’ Section, since 2018 – member of the Section’s board. Since January 2018 she is a member of Lithuanian Ministry of Culture Professional Theatre Art Works Jury, since August 2018 – member of ISCM Lithuanian Section. Musicologist has already published more than 250 reviews and interviews about music and culture in Lithuanian press. As well she works as a host at the radio station „M-1 Plius“, often hosts concerts of classical and popular music. Murauskaitė was a PR specialist at the international Jascha Heifetz, Virgilijus Noreika and Stasys Vainiūnas competitions as well as 7th NOA festival (also edited brochures of these events), 2018 DAR residence. Her scientific interests include music critics, early Lithuanian music, music aesthetics