Paweł Gancarczyk is Associate Professor in the Institute of Art of the Polish Academy of Sciences, head of the Department of Musicology and Editor-in-Chief of the quarterly ‘Muzyka’. In 2020 he was elected into the Academy of Europe (Academia Europaea). His main areas of research are the musical culture of Central Europe in the 15th and 16th centuries, manuscript studies and early music printing. Recently he published La musique et la révolution de l’imprimerie. Les mutations de la culture musicale au XVIe siècle (Lyon 2015; recipient of the 2016 Prix des Muses, France) and edited Ars musica and its context in medieval and early modern culture (Warsaw 2016). Currently he is principal investigator of the project supported by the National Science Centre in Poland ‘Music in the Teutonic Order State in Prussia: Sources, Repertories, Contexts’ (2019–2022). His monograph Petrus Wilhelmi de Grudencz and Music in 15th-Century Central Europe is to be published in 2021.