Research

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Education theory, composition, performance, ethnomusicology, interdisciplinary and gender studies.

Currently researching the nature, potential and place of the tarhu incorporating organology, gender studies, ethnography, performance practice and composition.

Program Committee Member for the 9th Symposium of the Music & Gender Study Group of the International Council for Traditional Music will be hosted by the Institute of Musicology and the Center for Global Studies at the University of Bern (Switzerland), July13-16, 2016

PUBLICATIONS

“The Aqueduct, a contemporary intercultural chamber opera aimed at subverting diverse cultural stereotypes”

Cambridge Scholar’s Press, 2015 (upcoming)

“Combining Formal and Informal Approaches to Meet the Challenges of Teaching Music Performance in a Contemporary, Tertiary, Online Environment”
Finnish Journal of Music Education Vol. 16 (No 2), 2013

“Turing and the Innovative use of Reverb in the film score of Blade Runner”

The Society for the Study of Artificial Intelligence and Simulation of Behaviour, UK (ISBN 978-1-908187-13-0), 2012

“Divine Art: Three Musicians Reveal the Nature of the Profession in Early Twentieth-Century Australia”

Musicology Australia (No 1), 2012

“Discovering and shaping the music within: Exploring musical concepts through improvisational frameworks”

Musicworks, Vol. 14 (No 1), 2009