David Hebert is a Professor of Music at the Western Norway University of Applied Sciences, where he leads the Grieg Academy Music Education research group. He also frequently lectures for China Conservatory in Beijing, and leads Bergen’s inter-university summer PhD course Cultural Heritage and Policy in a Digital Age. He has taught and researched music on each inhabited continent and is a frequent keynote speaker for music conferences. His work is widely cited, including articles in over 30 different professional journals, and he serves on several editorial boards. His previous publications include Wind Bands and Cultural Identity in Japanese Schools, Patriotism and Nationalism in Music Education, Theory and Method in Historical Ethnomusicology, and International Perspectives on Translation, Education and Innovation in Japanese and Korean Societies. Mikolaj Rykowski lectures for the Music Theory Department at the Music Academy in Poznań, Poland. He holds a PhD in Musicology from Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland, wrote a dissertation entitled “Harmoniemusik: An Artistic and Sociological Phenomenon of Musical Culture in the 18th and First Half of the 19th Century Central Europe”. He has published in Alta Musica and Musicologica Brunensia. His latest research project is a monograph on Franz Xaver Scharwenka’s creative output. As an editor, he has produced a book about flute concertos in the 18th century, titled Koncert fletowy w XVIII wieku – od ekspresji wirtuozerii po syntezę stylów narodowych (2013).