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WROCAH-funded PhD project on the experiences of members of choirs for people affected by homelessness

We're delighted to be part of a WROCAH-funded PhD network: 'Singing in Balance: Tuning and Supporting Socio-Musical Dynamics in Group Singing'. Dr Freya Bailes from the University of Leeds is collaborating with Kate Wareham from the Choir with No Name to supervise the Collaborative PhD project "Sing together, eat together and build our choir together":...

Together in Music - Leeds researchers feature in new OUP book

Dr Freya Bailes co-edited Together in Music, and is joined by colleagues and former postgraduate researchers from the School of Music at the University of Leeds. Professor Karen Burland contributes a chapter concerning 'Ensemble participation and personal development', while Dr Ryan Kirkbride describes some of his PhD research on 'Together in cyberspace: collaborative live coding...

Guest speaker - Dr Amanda Krause

We're delighted to welcome Dr Amanda Krause to our next monthly research group meeting. She will be joining us online from James Cook University in Queensland, Australia. Dr Krause will be sharing her tips on how best to curate 'Your (online) scholarly identity'.

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SEMPRE Autumn 2020 Conference

The role of music psychology research in a complex world: Implications, applications and debates. Invited speaker: Prof. Alexandra Lamont (Keele...



  On November 7th, the School of Music will host the second meeting of the Northern Network for Empirical Music...

Music for Healthy Lives: Research & Practice Network event - Evaluating the impact of music

We look forward to hosting a network event dedicated to ‘Evaluating the impact of music’. All welcome. 30 April 2019,...

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