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Empathetic Creativity: The Product of Empathetic Attunement

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Musicians often talk about playing together in small groups and experiencing ‘special’ communication with their fellow musicians. This ‘special’ communication experience is reported by musicians from all genres. This seminar reports and examines empirical research that investigated this phenomenon with a jazz sextet and a string quartet. •The theoretical framework leading to the proposal of Empathetic Creativity •Presentation of research conducted with a student jazz sextet •Presentation of research conducted with a professional string quartet •Examination of the following concepts: oSympathetic Attunement oEmpathetic Attunement oVerbal and non-verbal instruction, co-operation and collaboration oEmpathetic Creativity

An opportunity to view the research data and to discuss the findings will be provided.

Dr. Frederick Seddonis a Freelance Researcher working in the fields of Music Psychology and Music Education

This talk is part of the Arts, Culture and Education series.

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