Postdoctoral Research Assistant, John Cage and the Concert for Piano and Orchestra Project / Teaching Fellow in Music Psychology
School of Music, Room 1.16
Office hours: Tuesdays, 9.30–10.30am
BMus (Wales), MMus (London), DPhil (Oxon), AFHEA
Emily Payne is a Postdoctoral Research Assistant on the ‘John Cage and the Concert for Piano and Orchestra’ project, led by Prof. Philip Thomas (Huddersfield) and Prof. Martin Iddon (Leeds), and a Teaching Fellow in Music Psychology.
Emily Payne is a Postdoctoral Research Assistant on the AHRC-funded ‘John Cage and Concert for Piano and Orchestra’ project, led by Prof. Philip Thomas (Huddersfield) and Prof. Martin Iddon (Leeds), and a Teaching Fellow in Music Psychology. Emily undertook her PhD at the University of Oxford, employing an ethnographic approach to examine the creative processes of clarinet performance. She holds a BMus in clarinet performance from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama and an MMus in Advanced Musical Studies (Performance Studies) from Royal Holloway, University of London. Emily also works as an Academic Studies Tutor at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama.
- Performance studies
- Contemporary music
- Psychology of music
- Anthropological approaches to music
Current modules to which I contribute (2017/18):
- MUSS1324/2324/3324 Ensemble Performance
- MUSS1820 Musical Encounters
- MUSS1920 Introduction to the Psychology of Music
- MUSS5931M Case Studies in the Applied Psychology of Music
- MUSS1110 Music Research Skills
- MUSS2920 Psychology of Listening and Performance
- MUSS3140 Dissertation
- MUSS3940 Music Psychology
- MUSS8000 Music Work Placement Year
- MUSS5030M Professional Studies
- MUSS5162M Dissertation
- MUSS5337M Applied Performance Studies
- PECI1710 Performance, Theatre and Music: Interdisciplinary Approaches
Library Representative for the School of Music
(2017). The textility of marking: performers’ annotations as indicators of the creative process in performance. Music and Letters. 98(3), 438-464.
DOI: 10.1093/ml/gcx055, Repository URL: http://eprints.whiterose.ac.uk/113067/
(2016). Repurposing the Past? The Historical Basset Clarinet in Creative Collaboration. Contemporary Music Review. 35(6), 648-669.
DOI: 10.1080/07494467.2016.1282625, Repository URL: http://eprints.whiterose.ac.uk/110470/
(2017). Recording Paraphrase: a 'social occasion'?. In Clarke EF & Doffman M (Ed.) Distributed Creativity: Collaboration and Improvisation in Contemporary Music(2, 181-183) Studies in Musical Performance as Creative Practice. New York, NY, USA: Oxford University Press.
DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780199355914.003.0015, Repository URL: http://eprints.whiterose.ac.uk/91115/
Research Projects & Grants
Reviewer for Musicae Scientiae and Psychology of Music
The creative process in performance: a study of clarinettists