Events From 2012

Finding your Singing Voice


Finding your singing voice MMW Director A Prof Sarah Wilson will shed light on what happens in the brain when ...

Moved by Music


Professor Jane Davidson, Callaway/Tunley Chair of Music and Director of the Callaway Centre at the University of Western Australia, presents the third Music on the Mind seminar in the 2012 series.

Artistry and the ear of the beholder


Assoc. Professor Dorottya Fabian (University of New South Wales) comes to Melbourne to present the second seminar in the Music on the Mind series.  FREE event, bookings essential at

Click here to listen to the podcast of this seminar.

Australia's Endangered Song Traditions


Presented by Dr Sally Treloyn (McKenzie Postdoctoral Research Fellow at The University of Melbourne) and Matthew Dembal Martin, a Ngarinyin/Wunambal man from the northern Kimberley region of Western Australia and Cultural Mentor at the Mowanjum Art and Culture Centre, will be co-presenting in word and song. 

Click here to listen to the podcast of this special 2012 premier of the Music on the Mind series!

Music, Mind & Wellbeing: Music and science working in harmony


Can we use music to retrain the brain, improve our mental health, and integrate our communities?
A/Prof Sarah Wilson is an internationally recognised music neuropsychologist and Director of Music, Mind & Wellbeing. Come and join her to discover a revolutionary new way of looking at the intersection of music, neuroscience and social science to understand the benefits of music for individuals and society.  To register, click here.

AMPS seminar: Dr James Hullick


June McKenzie Postdoctoral Research Fellow at MMW Dr James Hullick will be presenting on his music research activites at the ...

AMPS seminar: Chris Sommervelle


May The next AMPS seminar will be presented by Chris Sommervelle at the University of Melbourne Parkville campus Details to ...

Understanding and Engaging Artists and Musicians in the 21st Century


As part of her Miegunyah Distinguished Visiting Fellowship A Prof Susan O amp Neill explores the characteristics of artistic and ...

Coping with Performance Anxiety (Lecture/Recital)


A Professor Susan O amp Neill Miegunyah Distinguished Visiting Fellow and Dr Yaroslav Senyshyn Pianist will deliver a lecture-recital on ...

MMW/AMPS seminar 12 April A/Prof Susan O'Neill: Adolescents' experiences of music


A Professor Susan O amp Neill Miegunyah Distinguished Visiting Fellow and Director Research for Youth Music and Education RYME Simon ...

The 2012 Brotherton Lecture: Music in the Brain


Professor Isabelle Peretz Professor of Psychology Universit de Montr al and Canada Research Chair in neurocognition of music will present ...