Research seminars are presented by current staff, higher degree by research candidates and visiting academics. 

The seminar series showcases the work of our higher degree by research candidates and provides valuable professional development opportunities for undergraduate and coursework students who are interested in research. Visiting scholars are regularly invited to address staff and students, and the seminars are open to the public. Please register by following the link in the session below that you wish to attend.

Bernardo Alviz Progress Review

30 November 2022 1:30pm
Feeling the Resistance: Music for the left-hand double bass. Folio of Compositions with Critical commentary

Helena Burns Progress Review

5 October 2022 10:00am
Helena will present a review titled, 'Performer's Analysis of Hindemith's Sonata for Solo Viola, Op. 25 No. 1'

Matthew Christensen review presentation

14 September 2022 1:30pm
Transformational Interactivity: Creating technologically enhanced performance experiences as an exploration of Pauline Oliveros' Deep Listening philosophy

Patrice Connelly

17 June 2022 2:00pm
Patrice Connelly will present on her thesis, exploring the Title pages and paratextual matter of music editions of the Elizabethan and early Jacobean eras and their interconnections with society

Joshua Rivory

22 March 2022 1:30pm
Joshua will present his thesis review presentation