The University of California MERCI (Music Experience Research Community Initiative) program sponsored a special lecture/recital at UC Davis. Dr. Schutz performed a variety of solo literature for percussion illustrating the musical basis for our team’s research including pieces for marimba, vibraphone, and snare drum. These solos illustrate the musical principles guiding the lab’s ongoing work on multi-sensory integration in musical performance and perception. It also served as an opportunity for the audience to learn about solo percussion literature, and discuss future research opportunities at the intersection of music performance and cognitive science.
This talk was being co-hosed Dr. Petr Janata (UC Davis) and Dr. Ramesh Balasubramaniam (UC Merced). An archived video of the performance is now available courtesy of MERCI, and can be found at http://merci.ucsd.edu/events/2016-03-11/ or by clicking the image below.