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Research and Publication

17th International Conference on Nineteenth-Century Music (University of Edinburgh). June 2012. Conference Paper: ‘Vibration’ in flute performance practice in early nineteenth-century England.

 

Royal Music Association. Research Students’ Conference (University of Hull).  January 2012. Conference Paper: ‘Vibration’ in flute performance practice in early nineteenth-century England.

 

Society for Musicology in Ireland. 5th Post-Graduate Students’ Conference (Dublin Conservatory of Music and Drama).  January 2012. Conference Paper: ‘Vibration’ in flute performance practice in early nineteenth-century England.

 

University of Birmingham. March 2012. Research Seminar: Vibrato in early nineteenth-century England.

 

University of Birmingham. June 2014. PhD Thesis: ‘“The Nicholsonian Effect”: Aspects of ‘Tone’ in Early Nineteenth-Century Flute Performance Practice, with Particular Emphasis on the Work of Charles Nicholson (1795-1837).’

 

Royal Musical Association Annual Conference. University of Leeds. September 2014. Session Chair: Subjectivity and Identity in Music.

 

Open Unversity. The Music Profession in Britain 1780-1920: New Perspectives on Status and Identity. September 2015. Conference Paper: ‘A career of almost unexampled prosperity’: Performance, pedagogy and flute design in the work of Charles Nicholson (1795-1837).

 

University of York.  January 2016. Seminar: Rhetoric and Etiquette.

 

Performance Studies Network Conference (Bath Spa University). June 2016. Conference Paper: The ‘Nicholsonian effect’: Tone-colour in the flute performance practices of nineteenth-century England.

 

CD Publication. June 2016. Omnibus Records. ‘Nicholsonian Effect’.  Works for flute and piano from nineteenth-century England.  Martyn Shaw – ‘Nicholson’s “Improved” Flute’; Jonathan Gooing – Erard Pianoforte.

 

University of York. October 2016. Seminar: Baroque Dance Suite.

 

University of Huddersfield. March 2017. Seminar: Historical flute performance practice.

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