Institute of Advanced Studies (IAS)


Funded projects 2022/23

Ten projects are supported under the initiative, spanning from concerts, live events and workshops to a new music teaching offer.
Performer Morcashani
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Music Making with Music and Making (MMMM)

Ross Purves, Himonides Evangelos, Nicolas Gold
Student workshops exploring instrument construction and a staff workshop discussing teaching music with technology

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Mba’ekuaa: Guarani and Kaiowá Archival Futures

Raffaella Fryer-Moreira and Patrick White 
A series of residencies, workshops and public events

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New diverse, modern and relevant teaching offer for music

Monica Lakhanpaul, Kate Simko, Austen Smart and Scott Smart (Virtuo)
Creating a modern and globally-minded music teaching offer that resonates with young people.

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Listening to geography: cultural situatedness in Nordic and British songs

Annika Lindskog
A conversation-recital that explores music as cultural memory and performance of place

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Translating French Art Song

Emily Kilpatrick (RAM) and Jennifer Rushworth (UCL)
A translation workshop, a composition workshop, a research seminar, and a closing concert

Leonora Bernardi
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UCL/Royal Academy of Music Interdisciplinary Collaboration

Tom Stern and Alex Hills
Collaborative projects

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The Voice of Warning

Carina Fernley, Ilan Kelman, Francesca Laura Cavallo, Aura Satz  
Two workshops in collaboration with artists, scientists, and advocacy groups


MANDDOLIN4 Music And Neuroscience against Dementia

Jessica Jiang, Lucy Core, Laura Bolton, Emilie Brotherhood, Yvonne Cheng, Julia Foellmer, Tabitha Tuckett, Sara Adhitya, Anna Volkmer, Nick Tyler, Seb Crutch, Jason Warren
Continuing research into music-based interventions for patients with dementia