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Singapore Music Research Symposium 2019

Steven Baxter Recital Studio Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music 10:00 AM – 6:30 PM

The 2nd Singapore Music Research Symposium will be held on 20 Sep 2019 (F). It is organised by Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music and the Communication and New Media (CNM) department from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS), National University of Singapore (NUS).

The symposium provides the opportunity for researchers in Singapore interested in music cognition, technology, thereapy, communication, learning, information retreival, synthesis, and related fields to present and share ideas. The day-long event will offer invited speakers, an industry panel session, a poster session for student presentations, and will conclude with a short late-afternoon performance.

The event is free, includes lunch, and is open to students, professors, scientists, industry researchers, and clinicians.

CSS members Timothy S. H. Tan and Pete Kellock will be presenting topics too: Timothy Tan will present a poster about an almost forgotten oscillator, whereas Pete Kellock will be presenting “bad-tempered” timbres (something to do with tuning and resultant harmony) during Speaker Session #3.

Speakers Darren Moore, Michael Spicer, Pete Kellock, Karthika Vijayan, Andrew Tan, Sonia Sontiak, Jer-Ming Chen, Ross Adrian Williams, Chow Jun-Yan, Fredrik Bagge Carlson

Industry Symposium Musiio: Hazel Savage and Mack Hampson BandLab: Gerry Beauregard and Taemin Cho Maia: Yvonne Chua and Shamane Siriwardhana

Poster presentations Kin Wai Cheuk, Thanh Pham Ha, Monica Lakshmi, Hsien Han, Prashanth T. R., Fajilatun Nahar, Paul Huang, Timothy S. H. Tan, Praveena Satkunarajah

Lab Updates SUTD: Dorien Herremans, IHPC: Kat Agres, NUS: Lonce Wyse

Musical Performance Prashanth T.R, Dirk Stromberg Michael Spicer Bani Haykal

Bonus: You can attend the ThirdSpace sessions – Beat Off featuring great new music at Goodman Arts Centre after this symposium! Check out the event for more details.



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