Emma Allingham, M.A.
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Emma Allingham is interested in perceptions of time and motion for both performing musicians and audiences, as well as slow practice techniques in music learning. She employs empirical methods including motion capture technology, behavioural, and cognitive measures.
Since 2019: PhD researcher in the ERC-project “Slow Motion: Transformations of Musical Time in Perception and Performance”
2018: Research Assistant in the Academy of Finland project “Dynamics of Music Cognition”, University of Jyväskylä, Finland
2018: Master of Arts: Music, Mind and Technology, University of Jyväskylä, Finland
2013 – 2016: Freelance violinist and violin teacher, Scotland, U.K
2013: Bachelor of Music with Honours: Performance (Violin), Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Glasgow, U.K