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Evgeniya Evpak

  • Evgeniya Evpak has been at HSE University since 2020.


Conducting project-creative research studies on experimental and generative music. 
Teaching "Composition and arrangement", "Copyright in digital music streaming" to students of "Music production" vocational training program at HSE Design School. 
Developing the courses for creativity training programs at HSE Creative Industries Faculty.

Supervising the academic and project-type research works made by bachelor and  master program students of Media communications and Journalism faculties.

Coordinating the project group of Media Sharks HSE record label.

Continuing education / Professional retraining / Internships / Study abroad experience

Qualification upgrade course "Mediacomposition - Univ." (SET School GmBH, Germany, 2018)

Professional re-training program "Sound engineering" (Moscow Institute of television and radio broadcasting "Ostankino", 2011)


Postgraduate Studies

3rd year of study
Approved topic of thesis: Transformation of composer's activity during digitalization of creative industries (on example of the art of Moscow composers in the first quarter of XXI century)
Academic Supervisor: Novikova, Anna

Membership in associations / workgroups

Member of Russian Authors Union (since 2009), member of Russian Rightsholders Union (since 2010)

Courses (2023/2024)

Courses (2022/2023)

Courses (2021/2022)

Project Seminar "Music Composition" (Bachelor’s programme; Faculty of Creative Industries; 2 year, 4 module)Rus

Courses (2020/2021)

Project Seminar (Bachelor’s programme; Faculty of Creative Industries; 2 year, 1-4 module)Rus

Courses (2019/2020)

Project Seminar (Bachelor’s programme; Faculty of Creative Industries; 2 year, 1-4 module)Rus



  • 2021

    VI Международная научно-практическая конференция «Цифровые медиа для будущего» (Москва). Presentation: Цифровая трансформация креативных индустрий: чем будет заниматься композитор в эпоху расцвета робомузыки и искусственного интеллекта?

  • Международный форум молодых исследователей креативной экономики (Москва). Presentation: Генеративная музыка как актуальный тренд цифровизации музыкальной индустрии

Employment history

June, 2022 - current - visiting lecturer at HSE Design School

March, 2020 - August, 2023 - senior lecturer at HSE Media Institute. Developing and teaching courses "Project Seminar. Music content production"; "Theory and practice of music production for multimedia producers";  "Producing the sound spaces"; "Producing the digital projects in media, social and cultural industries" and "Music journalism"

August, 2019 - October, 2020 – coordinating "music industry" direction in research studies of creative industries in Moscow held by ISSEK HSE

April, 2016 – December, 2018 – mediacomposition teacher and project representative in Russia for SET School (GmBH)

February - June, 2014 - music theory teacher for sound engineering program students at Ostankino Institute for Television and Radio broadcasting

April - June, 2010 - teacher and developer of a course "Music theory for DJs" in ACTION DJ Academy

January, 2005 - current - industrial practice as a composer-songwriter: making background music to theatric performances, short movies and documentaries, pop music production and studio practice

Timetable for today

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'In Outer Space, Encounters between Humans and Non-humans Could be in a Variety of Languages'

On November 5, the Museum of Cosmonautics in Moscow hosted an HSE-organised event entitled 'Cosmic Bodies: A Philosophical and Musical Party for Cyborgs'. The speakers and the audience reflected on popular-culture depictions of humans as they explore outer space.