Research projects on Musical Performance
GEMM (Gesture, Embodiment and Machines in Music) was founded in 2018 and is led by Professor Stefan Östersjö. The research cluster conducts interdisciplinary research on interactivity in musical creation in collaboration with research centers in Europe and the USA.
Room for Interpretation – a research project on musicianship and room acoustics
The artistic research project “Room for Interpretation – a research project on musicianship and room acoustics supported by the Swedish Research Council”, investigates the relationship between musical interpretation and concert hall acoustics.
Researching Music Teachers and Critical Friends in Collaborative Educational Practices
Structure, participation, courage and lack of prestige have so far proved to be important factors for seminars to lead t...
Age on Stage – Dance as an Artistic Form of Expression for the Elderly
Anyone can express themselves through dance. A person's body is always the starting point for an expression, regardless ...
Risk of Conserving Traditional Gender Roles in Ensemble Teaching at High School?
Based on interviews with five female guitarists, geographically and age-wise dispersed, with experience of ensemble teac...
Assessment of Musical Knowledge
An ongoing project examines the effects of the recent educational reform as expressed in Lgr 11 (Swedish curriculum) on ...
Aesthetic Communication and Democracy
For several years, concepts such as music, musical learning, music education, inclusion, participation, communication an...
The Aesthetic Substances Practice
In collaboration with University of Bergen/The Grieg Academy, a two-case study is being conducted focusing on the practi...
Studies of composition and improvisation
A priority area of the research environment is creative composition and improvisation.
Higher music education and consciousness research