Events From 2017

Music on the Mind: The Genetic Basis Of Singing: Twins And Musical Ability

28/06/2017

The Genetic Basis of Singing: Twins and Musical Ability

 

Presenters: Professor Sarah Wilson & Yi Ting Tan

 

As part of the ongoing relationship with the Melbourne Recital Centre, this event engages the public with Melbourne Conservatorium of Music research on systematic enquiries into the genetic basis of musical ability, as understood from the study of twins. 

 

 

Presented by Melbourne Recital Centre and Music, Mind and Wellbeing initiative at The University of Melbourne

 

Admission: $10 (bookings are essential).Tickets can be booked through the Melbourne Recital Centre website

Podcasts of the lecture will be available a few days after the event on the Melbourne Recital Centre website.

Music And Trauma Recovery

12/04/2017

Music and Trauma Recovery

 

Presenters: Professor Felicity Baker, Dr Samantha Dieckmann & James Richmond.

 

As part of the ongoing relationship with the Melbourne Recital Centre, this event engages the public with Melbourne Conservatorium of Music research on systematic enquiries into how music can assist in the recovery of trauma.

 

 

 

Presented by Melbourne Recital Centre and Music, Mind and Wellbeing initiative at The University of Melbourne

 

Admission: $10 (bookings are essential).Tickets can be booked through the Melbourne Recital Centre website

Podcasts of the lecture will be available a few days after the event on the Melbourne Recital Centre website.

Combatting The Four Dangers of Practice Complacency

30/03/2017

Adina Mornell, Professor of Vocal and Instrumental Pedagogy and Performance Science at the University of Music and Performing Arts, Munich, gives a lecture/ discussion on empirical studies done with musicians and non-musicians alike to critically examine how and when practice behavior is creative/ productive. Patience, reflective thought, and conscious action are needed in order to deviate from a normal practice routine, yet the rewards are worth the investment and illusion of risk. 

 

Time: 6-7pm

Location: Middle Theatre (room 106), Babel Building, The University of Melbourne Parkville campus.