Helen Mitchell has a multidisciplinary background in music, as a singer, music scholar and music performance researcher and her research is situated at the intersection between music practice and scientific discovery. She graduated in music from the University of Oxford in 2000 and moved to Sydney to undertake doctoral studies at the Conservatorium of Music in 2001.
Diana Blom is Associate Professor, Music, in the School of Humanities and Communication Arts. Current research interests focus on tertiary performance (assessing group performance, collaboration, interpretation); student preferences for, responses to, and descriptions of, music; placement of melodic dissonance in the musical; and how arts practitioners working in academia view their practice as research.
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