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Name and Surname: Ferran Escrivà–Llorca
Academic Degrees: M.A., Ph.D.
Year and Place of Birth: 1979 Oliva, Valencia (Spain)
Institutional Affiliation: Universitat Jaume I, Castelló (Spain)

Curriculum Vitae: Music teacher, musicologist and choir conductor. Graduated in musicology at Conservatorio Superior de Música “Joaquín Rodrigo” of Valencia. Master in music by Universitat Politécnica de Valencia. Master thesis and research grant from CEIC “Alfons el Vell” with Aproximació històrica a la música a Gandia al segle XVI: Institucions i fonts relacionades [Historical approach to music in the sixteenth century Gandia: Institutions and related sources]. Ph.D. in music with Eruditio, Pietas et Honor: Joan de Borja i la música del seu temps (1533-1606) [Eruditio, Pietas et Honor: Joan de Borja and the music of his time (1533-1606]. Member and researcher chief in Capella Ducal (group of research and interpretation focused in Late Medieval and Renaissance music, particularly the areas of influence of the Borja family). Among his topics of interest are Borja (Borgia) family, Inventories and music libraries in 16th and 17th Centuries, Musical relations between Holy Roman Empire and Spain, Music patronage.

Relevant Bibliography:
1. Los libros de música de un caballero de la Orden de Santiago: nuevos datos acerca de la Colección Uclés. In Revista Música, 2013, o. 17-24.
2. Power, erudition and musical patronage in the sixteenth century: Borja’s dynasty and the dukedom of Gandia. In Tess Knighton & Emilio Ros Fábregas (eds.): Recent Research in Early Iberian Music in an International Context. Papers from the Medieval and Renaissance Music Conference, Barcelona, 5-8 July 2011, Kassel: Reichenberger, (forthcoming).
3. Eruditio, Pietas et Honor: Joan de Borja i la música del seu temps (1533-1606), Ph.D. thesis, Univeristat Politècnica de València, València-Gandia, 2015.

Links: http://upv.academia.edu/FerranEscrivàLlorca

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