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Durham research featured at major music psychology conference

(3 August 2017)

The work of Durham researchers features prominently at the 25th anniversary conference of the European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music (ESCOM), held on the theme ‘Expressive Interaction with Music’..

Martin Clayton presents a keynote address on ‘Interaction and entrainment in music performance’ and Kelly Jakubowski on ‘Measuring visual aspects of interpersonal interactions in jazz duos’, both linked to the Interpersonal Entrainment in Music Performance project led by Clayton and Tuomas Eerola.

Doctoral candidate Scott Bannister presents his research on musical ‘chills’, while recently successful PhD candidate Stella Paschalidou presents a poster on her dissertation on gesture in Indian singing. The international profile of research based in our Music and Science Lab continues to grow!