Dr Clorinda Panebianco completed an LMO and BMus degree, majoring in both piano and oboe, at the University of Stellenbosch. Postgraduate studies were completed at the UP: BMus(Hons), MMus (Musicology) (cum laude) and DMus (Musicology). In addition to extensive orchestral and teaching experience, Clorinda worked full-time for two years at the Department of Visual Arts, Arts History and Musicology at UNISA before joining UP. Her research focus has changed over the years from Historical Musicology to Systematic Musicology, although she is still involved in both fields. She recently completed an MA Psychology for Musicians (cum laude) from the University of Sheffield, UK. Her current research is in the field of Music Psychology and includes studies in Music and Health and Music and Cognition. Clorinda is currently a lecturer at the Department of Music, teaching Music History, Music Psychology, Research Methodology, Oboe and Oboe Methodology. Furthermore, she is involved in the supervision of postgraduate students.