Luba Kyyanovska – D.Arts, Professor, Head of Department of History of Music, Mykola Lysenko National Music Academy, Lviv, Ukraine (chair)
Adriana von Helbig – Dr.hab., Professor, Assistant Dean of Department of Music, Pittsburgh University, USA
Piotr Dahlig – Dr.hab., Professor, Head of Department of Ethnomusicology, Institute of Musicology, Warsaw University, Poland
Ulrich Morgenstern – Dr.hab., Professor for History and Theory of Folk Music of Department of Folk Music Research and Ethnomusicology, University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna, Austria
Svanibor Pettan – Dr.hab., Professor in the Department of Musicology of the Faculty of Philosophy, Ljubljana University, Slovenia
Owe Ronström – Professor, Department of Cultural Anthropology and Ethnology, Uppsala University, Sweden.
Olha Katrych – Dr.hab, Proffesorr, Head of Department of Postgraduate Studies, Assistantships, and Doctoral Studies LNMA
Maria Sonevytsky – Assistant Proffesor of Music Department, University of California (USA)
Iryna Dovhaliuk – D.Arts, Professor, Department of Ukrainian Folkloristics, Ivan Franko National University, Lviv, Ukraine
Bohdan Lukaniuk – Dr.hab, Professor, Leading Researhcer of the PSRLME, Mykola Lysenko National Music Academy, Lviv, Ukraine
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