CANCELLED: Liam Maloney and Katherine O’Neill (University of York) - Alone Together: A Mixed-Methods Analysis of Spotify Listening During the COVID-19 Pandemic
The Same Old Tune? Protest Song, Contrafacta, and the Search for an Interdisciplinary Vocabulary, 1600–2021
Kate Ledger/Monica Pearce: Performer/composer perspectives on exploring the physical limitations of piano and toy piano performance
Mykaeli Riley (University of Westminster): Black British Popular Music at the British Library - The Journey
Lyndon Way (University of Liverpool) - Anti-Populist Populism: Musical Challenges to Trump’s America and Erdoğan’s Turkey
Sarah Raine (Edinburgh Napier University/University of Limerick) - Negotiating Definitions of Cultural Diversity: Music Festivals in Ireland during COVID-19 and Post-Pandemic
Zakiya Leeming: Frozen waterfalls, compressed springs: Compositional strategies informed by science, medicine, digital technologies and machine learning.
Catherine Haworth (University of Huddersfield) - “What the voodoos do”: Reading Identity in the All-Singing, All-Dancing Body of Ann Miller
Mark Hanslip: Neural Image Classification for Intelligent Real-Time Musical HCI (or 'building a robot ear') / Jane Chan: Tuning the Untuned: Oh God, The music certainly did not sound like this in my head...
Cancelled: Hannah Robbins (University of Nottingham) - The Gospel Truth: Black Lives, Religion, and the American Musical
Federico Favali: Beyond the Clouds: On Affinities between Ideas of Karl Popper and Music of György Ligeti / Matthew Hall: Aspects of John Coltrane’s music as a pedagogical framework for compositional development
Clement Power: How many ears? Improving musicianship training for performers of new music / Frederick Viner: Bad Breath: Meditation Gone Awry in Etude III
Music Coding Collective, Spring week 10Coding session 4: JUCE for bridging audio and machine learning, part II
Pete Dale (University of York) - Success on the Decks: DJing as a Tool to Boost Engagement in Music Education
Amandine Pras (University of York) & Kirk McNally (University of Victoria, British Columbia): Transforming the Traditions of Audio Education
Stephen Newcombe: "Come and be a Space Explorer!", and Yaou Zhang: "Are the ghosts real? Attitudes towards the supernatural in Benjamin Britten's The Turn of the Screw"
Joy White (University of Bedfordshire): 'Crossing Borders: The Social, Cultural, and Economic Significance of Grime'