|On April 21st, 2018, Dr. Schutz gave a presentation at the New England Sequence and Timing (NEST) Conference at the University of Connecticut. NEST is a rhythm conference hosted by Edward Large and the Music Dynamics Lab. The title of the talk is “Can professional musicians intentionally desynchronize? A natural case study of expert percussionists in a natural performance context” and it highlights an important naturalistic drumming study our lab conducted here at McMaster. To see the visualizations used in the study, take a look at our demo by clicking the button on the right.|
Dr. Schutz Keynote speaker and performer at the NeuroMusic Conference Concert featuring TorQ
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Series of talks at Vanderbilt University for Music, Mind and Society program as well as Medical Cent...
Dr. Schutz performs on renowned composer Judith Shatin's latest album Time to Burn