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Dr. Miriam Escudero. Musicologist. She has been a Tinker visiting professor at the University of Chicago Center for Latin American Studies; Senior researcher at Center for the Research and Development of Cuban Music; Professor at University of Arts of Cuba; Professor (tenured) at the San Geronimo University College of Havana (University of Havana) where she coordinates graduate studies in musical heritage preservation. Among her main publications is “Música Sacra de Cuba” (18th Century) a nine-volume annotated collection of earliest Cuban composers and multiple articles focuses on Cuban and Latin American Music. She is also Director and Editor of the ongoing series: “Patrimonio Musical Cubano” (19th Century); “Documentos Sonoros del Patrimonio Musical Cubano” (audiovisual) and "El Sincopado Habanero" (digital bulletin) She holds a doctoral degree from the University of Valladolid, Spain, and a bachelor’s degree in musicology from the University of Arts of Cuba. For fifteen years she was a member of the internationally known Ars Longa, an early music ensemble. She has been invited as a lecturer and as a scientific committee in Europe, Latin America and United States, for institutions such as: The National Autonomous University of Mexico, Complutense University of Madrid, University of Valladolid, Michigan State University, The University of Chicago, Florida International University, University of Miami, Jacobs School of Music (IU), University of Notre Dame and IMS Regional Association for Latin America and the Caribbean (ARLAC), among others (Web site: academia.edu/MiriamEscuderoSuastegui).