Dr Nuria Bonet
School of Humanities and Performing Arts (Faculty of Arts and Humanities)
Roles on external bodies
Research Skills Officer - Royal Musical Association
Music and Science
Creative practice & artistic projects
Soundtrack and Sound Design for Suzan Noesen's 'Livre d'Heures' (2019) - Premiered at Luxembourg Film Festival
Composition for theatre production 'Apoplexie' co-produced by Openscreen and Escher Theater (2019-20) - Premiering in May 2020 in Esch, Luxembourg
‘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.
‘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.
‘Fort Greene (for two toy pianos)’, Women & Music: A Journal ofGender and Culture, Vol. 21 (2017), pp. 66-71.
‘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.