Dr. Schutz was an invited speaker at David Huron’s five-day workshop for music scholars: Methods in Empirical Music research. This workshop aimed to develop practical research skills for musicians and music scholars interested in beginning empirical research on music. Dr. Schutz discussed the lab’s research on gestures used by percussionists, highlighting how this shaped his thinking on the importance of music cognition for performing musicians.
David Huron is a Distinguished Professor of Music at the Ohio State University. He has delivered over 300 lectures in 25 countries and published over 130 scholarly papers. He has also been active in training musicians on how to use empirical methods to explore important musical question.