My research is rooted in Music Pedagogy, Early Music Performance Studies and Organology, with a special interest in perspectives related to friction, negotiations and cause and effect relationships. I am particularly interested in interdisciplinary work, rhetoric and performativity.
I am approachable. Feel free to contact me for collaborations, contributions, guest-lecturing or any other research activities such as participation in research groups and projects. I will also consider formal and informal requests for supervising postgraduates. I am open to utilising technological solutions such as video-conferencing.
(Note: As I am currently receiving quite a few e-mails every day, please allow me some time to respond. In more hectic periods, feel free to remind me with a new e-mail if you have not heard from me after a couple of weeks.)
I am affiliated with the following…
- REMP: Reconfiguring Early Modern Performance (organiser)
- Research Group for Lyrics (member)
- Early Modern and Modern Research Group (member)