The Edinburgh Napier Music Research Seminar Series

Start date and time

Friday 3 February 2017


The Glass Room, Merchiston Campus

Gareth Dylan Smith, president of the Association of Popular Music Education, will be sharing his experience of Embodiment and Drumming Eudaimonia as part of a Music Pedagogies and Practice event, at which staff from the music department will also be presenting on their current teaching and practice based research activities. This event will begin at 18:30pm and will finish by 9:00pm. Confirmed presenters from the Music team are: Renee Stefanie, Paul Ferguson, Zack Moir and Bryden Stillie.

The programme for the evening event will be:

18:30 Keynote: Dr Gareth Dylan Smith - “Embodiment and Drumming Eudaimonia”
19:10 Dr Zack Moir and Mr Bryden Stillie - “Haphazard Pathways: Routes to Higher Popular Music Education and Impact on Curricula Design”

19:35: 10 minute break

19:45 Ms Renée Stefanie - “Analogies and Skill Transfers"
20:15 Dr Paul Ferguson , Dr Zack Moir and Dr Gareth Dylan Smith - “Jamming in the 3rd Room: Experiences of remote 'virtual' real-time performance and recording"
20:45 Close