Participate

We offer regular opportunities to take part in performance science research and events. See the list below to participate.

Survey

Musicians

WHAT: Complete one or more 20-minute surveys investigating how musical performances are evaluated.

WHO: Musicians (aged 18+).

WHERE: Worldwide.

WHEN: Open.

This survey is part of the TELMI (Technology Enhanced Learning of Musical Instrument Performance) project, and helping us develop systems to automatically evaluate musical performances.

The survey must be completed on a laptop with good speakers or headphones, and is not compatible with Safari browsers.

Complete the survey

Series

Podcast

WHAT: Countercurrents: conversations with Professor Roger Kneebone.

WHO: Roger Kneebone, joined by those whose careers defy traditional boundaries.

WHERE: iTunes podcasts.

WHEN: Bimonthly.

A podcast for people who like the unexpected. Join the surgeon and academic Professor Roger Kneebone in conversation with unorthodox people whose careers defy traditional boundaries and who swim against the tide.

Listen to the podcast

Survey

Musicians

WHAT: Complete a 10-minute online survey investigating how musicians use goals and strategies to direct their practice.

WHO: Student and professional classical musicians (aged 18+).

WHERE: Worldwide.

WHEN: Open.

The Optimal Music Performance project examines musicians’ practice quality and motivation in order to identify how practice can be made more beneficial, enjoyable, systematic, and of a better quality.

Complete the survey

Survey

Musicians

WHAT: Complete a 5 to 15 minute survey on your pre-performance routines.

WHO: For classical musicians (professionals and students, 18+).

WHERE: Worldwide.

WHEN: Open.

The survey is part of CPS doctoral candidate Berenice Beverley Zammit’s research examining pre-performance routines in classical musicians.

Complete the survey