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Elizabeth Haddon SFHEA LRSM studied Music at the University of York, returning to teach piano in 1997 while also enjoying freelance work including instrumental teaching, Western and non-Western performance, workshop leading and music administration. From 2006-2008 Liz was Research Officer at the University of York for the ESRC-funded research project Investigating Musical Performance. Her subsequent research has focused on instrumental and vocal pedagogy, the music master class, hidden learning, empathy and partnership in piano duet playing, and creativity, and her published output includes three books, numerous journal articles and book chapters. Liz created the MA Music Education: Instrumental and Vocal Teaching at the University of York in 2015, and was Programme Leader for over six years.
Interdisciplinary coaching and peer learning in art song performance. Arts and Humanities as Higher Education digital special issue, August 2016:
2017-20 External Examiner, Trinity Laban Conservatoire: Certificate: The Practice of Music Making
British Federation of Women Graduates – Music Applications assessor
The Piano Teachers' Course UK - external adviser
Peer reviewer for book proposals (Bloomsbury Academic Publishing, Oxford University Press)
Peer reviewer British Journal of Music Education, Psychology of Music, Research Studies in Music Education, Music Performance Research; Arts and Humanities in Higher Education, Music Education Research, Musicology Research Journal, South African Music Studies, Musicae Scientiae, Frontiers.