Research Seminar: Creative Health: Researching STROKESTRA
Elaine King (University of Hull) provides insights into current policies on research in arts, health and wellbeing and discusses the STROKESTRA project which investigates the effectiveness of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra’s stroke rehabilitation programme.
Music Coding Collective, week four
Presentation by the creator of Citizen DJ (a wonderful way to make music from existing free-to-use audio and video) and many other wonderful things!
Research Seminar: Postgraduate Papers
Fourth-year PhD candidate Diana Kayser considers whether physiological changes accompany the emotions people typically report when listening to music, and PhD candidate in Historical Musicology Myles Hartley explores the compositional and performance techniques of the Italian ‘new-style’ in the context of seventeenth-century English motets.
Music Coding Collective, week two
Presentation by the creator of Tweakable (a really beautiful site for making interactive music in the browser).
Locked Up: Overcoming the challenge of making electronic music remotely during the lockdown
Lockdown has presented musicians with a problem. No longer able to enjoy music in the same space, how do we listen to music, collaborate and create?
Some would say electronic musicians are uniquely placed to explore how we can work together. In this presentation, Ben Eyes (University of York) will look at some of the work he has done to overcome the challenge of how we make music remotely and how we might enjoy music together.