Miss Nuria Bonet
Profiles

Miss Nuria Bonet

Associate Lecturer

School of Humanities and Performing Arts (Faculty of Arts and Humanities)

Role

Assistant Lecturer

Qualifications


PhD Computer Music - University of Plymouth (2014-2018)
Msc Acoustics and Music Technology - University of Edinburgh (2014)
MusM Electroacoustic Composition - University of Manchester (2013)
MusB (Hons) Music - University of Manchester  (2012)

Roles on external bodies

Research Skills Officer - Royal Musical Association

Gribbon Award Committee - American Musical Instrument Society

Teaching interests

Electroacoustic Music

Composition
Sonification
Psychology of Music
Psychoacoustics
Music Therapy

Research interests

Music and Science

Sonification
Electroacoustic Composition
Sound installations

Organology
History of Catalan Folk Instruments
Catalan Referendum

Organology

‘The Development of the Tenora’, Galpin Society Journal, Vol. 70(2017), pp. 169-78.

 

‘Mechanised Shawms: Comparing the Tenora, Suona and Jangsaenap’,Conference on Musical Instruments (Galpin Society and AMIS joint conference),University of Edinburgh, UK: 1-4 June 2017. Awarded Frederick R. Selch Awardfor best student paper.

 

‘The Metal Tenora’, American Musical Instrument Society Newsletter(Fall 2016), pp. 13-17.

 

‘Thoughts on the Evolution of the Tenora’, American Musical InstrumentSociety Annual Meeting, Boston, US: 3 – 7 June 2015.

 

Regular contributor to the online music magazine Sonograma.

 

Musicology

‘Humour as resistance: the songs and chants of the Catalan independencereferendum’, RMA Annual Conference, University of Bristol, 13-15 September 2018.

 

‘Mental Health Issues and Strategies for LGBT academics and theirallies’, RMA Annual Conference, University of Bristol, 13-15 September 2018.

 

‘Humour as resistance: the songs and chants of the Catalan independencereferendum’, Mediating the Catalan Independence Movement, QMUL, 12-13 September2018.

 

 

Composition

‘Fort Greene (for two toy pianos)’, Women & Music: A Journal ofGender and Culture, Vol. 21 (2017), pp. 66-71.

 

 

Sonification

‘The Voice of the Sea’, BFE/RMA Research Students’ Conference,University of Huddersfield, UK; 4-6 January 2018.

 

‘But does it sound nice? Evaluating the success of sonification as acompositional tool’, Digital Research in the Humanities Conference, Universityof Plymouth, UK; 10-13 September 2017.

 

‘But does it sound nice? Evaluating the success of sonification as acompositional tool’, RMA Annual Conference, University of Liverpool, UK: 7-9September 2017.

 

‘Echoing our Environment: Sonification in Electroacoustic Music as partof a Musical Tradition’, BFE/RMA Research Students’ Conference, CanterburyChrist Church University, UK: 5-7 January 2017.

 

‘Sonification of Dark Matter: Challenges and Opportunities’, 13thSound and Music Computing Conference, Hamburg, Germany: 31 August – 3 September2016.

 

‘The Scientist-Composer: Dark Matter Sonification as Music Composition’,Symposium on Music Composition on Interdisciplinary Practice, University ofYork, UK: 28-29 June 2016.

 

‘Sonification as a Compositional Tool: Blyth-Eastbourne-Wembury’,Conference on New Music Concepts, Treviso, Italy: 3-5 March 2016.

Links

nuriabo.net