Elena Romanova

Associate Professor, Candidate of Art Studies, Rimsky-Korsakov State Conservatory of St. Petersburg.
She graduated from the Faculty of Composition Theory of the Saint Petersburg Conservatory in 1994 with a major in Music Studies, where she studied under Professor R. G. Laul. In 1998 she defended her Candidate dissertation, entitled "Classicism and Romanticism Trends in Later Works of Robert Schuman: A Case of Symphony Genre". Since 1994, she has been employed at the Department of Music Theory of the Saint Petersburg Conservatory, where she teaches solfeggio, harmony, music analysis, introduction to research work (for assistants and interns), the solfeggio teaching practicum and the harmony teaching practicum.

She has authored research papers and instructional materials.

Since 2012 she has served as Head of the Department of Training of Highest Qualification Professionals at the Rimsky-Korsakov State Conservatory of Saint Petersburg.

Since 2016 she has also served as the accredited expert of the Education Supervision Authority of the Russian Federation.