Giorgio Biancorosso is the author, most recently, of Situated Listening: The Sound of Absorption in Classical Cinema (Oxford University Press, 2016). His work on the history and theory of listening practices reflects a long-standing interest in musical aesthetics, film music, and the history of global cinema. Biancorosso studied music history and film studies at the University of Rome and King’s College, London, before moving to Princeton University, where he obtained a Ph.D. in musicology in 2002. Having taught at Northwestern University in 2000-2001, he was a Mellon Fellow in Music at the Society of Fellows at Columbia University in 2001-2003 and a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Music Department at Columbia in 2003-2004. Aside from film music, film criticism, and musical aesthetics, his interests include musical dramaturgy and the psychology of music. Biancorosso is also active in Hong Kong as a programmer and curator. He is the Chairman of the Hong Kong New Music Ensemble and a member of the Programme Committee of the Hong Kong Arts Festival. In recognition of his work, HKU awarded him the Outstanding Young Researcher Award in 2009 and the Research Output Prize (Arts) in 2016-17.