Audiences for Classical Music
Audiences for Classical Music is an AHRC-funded research project exploring how and why people attend classical music concerts.
The Stage and the Ring: Music and Boxing in London
The Stage and the Ring is an interrogation into the relationships between music and boxing in London.
Rhythmcremental offers users a range of compositional possibilities using the framework of an ‘incremental’ or ‘clicker’ game.
Focusing on Liverpool, this project explored the relationship between music and the changing city.
POPID was a three-year project exploring popular music's contribution to narratives of cultural identity and representations of cultural heritage and memory in a pan-European context.
Desire in Fin de Siècle Tonality
Dr Smith explores the links between musical harmonies and early twentieth century aesthetics, adapting music theory within a psychodynamic framework.
Understanding the Current and Future Value of the Beatles Legacy in Liverpool
This research established a baseline understanding of what the Beatles legacy and ‘industry’ is worth to the city of Liverpool, focusing not only on economic value but also the intangible benefit to the Liverpool ‘brand’.
The Beat Goes On: Popular Music in Museums
Inspired by Liverpool’s significant contribution to popular music, The Beat Goes On exhibition showcased Merseyside’s vibrant music scenes that have played a major part in the city’s life over the past 60 years.
Hive Twilight City: New Electronic Music for Liverpool
Twilight City involved four high profile audiovisual performances staged in 2008.
Audiotechtonics: Composing for Percussion & Electronics
The overarching aim of this work has been to develop and design integrated systems and performance techniques that are musically effective, time-synchronised, practical and reliable.
Whether it’s the first song you ever bought, the songs that defined your school days or lamented a lost love, there’s no denying the power of music to take us back to a happy or unhappy place.
Living Music Network
A research and development partnership between the Liverpool Philharmonic and the University of Liverpool that will promote new methods, approaches and data to shed light on the increasingly important role of musicians (and music) for the social, cultural and physical health of the population/nation.