Achilleas G. Chaldaeakes, associate professor of Byzantine Musicology at the Department of Musical Studies of the NKUA, published more than 100 studies (monographs, articles, entries in encyclopaedias, communications in congresses, essays in various collective volumes and scientific reviews, etc.), mostly on various subjects (theoretical, historical, aesthetic, etc.) pertaining to the field of Byzantine Music. He is also a regular collaborator and consultant on Byzantine musicological entries in both the Great Orthodox Christian Encyclopaedia and the ПРАВОСЛАВНАЯ ЭНЦИКЛОПЕДИЯ. He participates in almost all congresses on Byzantine Music both in Greece and abroad, and is a member of the scientific and organizing committees in most of them. He is also an active member of various international scientific societies (such as the Institute of Byzantine Musicology, The International Society for Orthodox Church Music, The American Society of Byzantine Music and Hymnology, etc.) whose activities are focused on Byzantine Musicological studies. At the same time, he is the director of an artistic group of international renown, the choir Masters of Psaltic Art. With this choir he has given, up to the present day, more than 400 performances in Europe, Asia, America and Australia, has recorded 20 CDs and has appeared in many radio and TV shows in Greece and abroad.

Dimitri Conomos is a Byzantine musicologist who lives in Oxford, England. He has taught Medieval and Contemporary musicology at several universities in Europe, North America and Australia. He has written several books and a large number of articles on various theoretical and historical aspects of Eastern Church music (see Dimitri E. Conomos, The Late Byzantine and Slavonic Communion Cycle: Liturgy and Music, Dumbarton Oaks, 1985; Dimitri E. Conomos, Byzantine Hymnography and Byzantine Chant, Hellenic College Press, Brookline MA, 1984).  Every year he visits the Holy Mountain where he continues his research in the Romanian, Greek, Russian and Serbian archives.

Costin Moisil graduated the National University of Music Bucharest, concentration Byzantine music (2002), and received his Ph.D. in Musicology from the University of Athens (2012). His dissertation, entitled “The Construction of the Romanian National Church Music (1821–1914)”, was financed by the Greek State Scholarships Foundation. He is an assistant researcher at the Peasant Museum in Bucharest (Ethnomusicology department) and an Associate Teaching Assistant at the National University of Music Bucharest. He has published more than 25 scientific papers and reviews in various journals, proceedings and festschrifts in Romania, Austria, Hungary, Serbia, Finland, and Greece.

John G. Plemmenos has studied Law (LLB) in the University of Athens, and holds a PhD in Ethnomusicology from the University of Cambridge (2000) with a Scholarship from British Academy. He has taught as a Lecturer in Greek universities (University of the Aegean, University of Crete, Ionian University) he has been a visiting Scholar at University of Peloponnese, and since 2008 he has been elected Research Fellow of the Academy of Athens. He has published in the British Journal of Ethnomusicology (v. 6, 1997), in Greece and the Balkans (collective essays), Ashgate, 2003, Proceedings of the 4th Meeting of the ICTM Study Group "Maqām”, Berlin 2006, Ottoman Minority Musics: The Case of 18th-century Greek Phanariots (monograph), LAP, 2010, Proceedings of congress Representation in Music, Musical Representation, Istanbul Technical University 2005, etc.

Michalis Stroumpakis works as Assistant Professor at the University Ecclesiastical Academy of Herakleion in Crete. He studied Byzantine music with Archon Protopsaltes of the Archdiocese of Constantinople L. Angelopoulos (1992) and Theology at the University of Athens (1993). Stroumpakis got his Master degree in Church History (2001) and his PhD in Byzantine Musicology (2007). He plays the ney (reed flute), and is the first chanter at the Church of St. George (Neos Kosmos) in Heraklion.
Research interest is focused on history of music, hymnology and palaiography (see also the two books: Hieremias I, Patriarch of Constantinople, His life and work, Fanarion Ed. 2004, and Nikolaos Dochearites, His contribution to the psaltic art, dissertation, forthcoming).
Stroumpakis is also a fellow worker at MOXE (Great Orthodox Christian Encyclopedia) and since 2011 he has been a member of ISOCM (International Society of Orthodox Church Music).