University Professor Dr Hauke Egermann

I am an scientist investigating music, sound and media with empirical research methods. Here you will find information about me and my work.

Starting from October 2021, I am University Professor at the Institute of Music and Musicology at Technische Universität Dortmund. Here, I am currently setting up a new research group, the Dortmund Systematic Musicology Lab (focussing on Music Psychology and Music Technology). 

Since 2016, direct the York Music Psychology Group, at the Department of Music, University of York, UK.

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Intrigued? MA student Francesca Ajossa is exploring how movement influences our perceptions of musical performance. If that tickles your fancy then why not complete her short questionnaire?

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Have you been craving to go to a concert? Have you been itching to listen to get to a gig? Do you want to receive £15 compensation for your time?

If so, this is a great opportunity for you to delve into the virtual world whilst listening to world-class music. Immerse yourself in a concert, get right up close to the performers, and experience the music like you never have before. Everyone is welcome, regardless of age and musical ability.

You will watch a professional sting quintet concert, filmed live in Berlin last September. The internationally renowned performers include Baiba Skride, Brett Dean, Alban Gerhardt, Mischa Afkam and Gergana Gergova.

The repertoire includes Beethoven, Dean, and some beautiful Brahms! For more information, sign up for the study!

But wait! We haven’t even told you the best part yet. We promise to reimburse you for your time with £15 for contributing to our study. Oh yes, you read that right: everybody gets £15!

Since we will be inviting you to the Department of Music, we have made sure that it is extra safe and secure with lots of COVID regulations and hand sanitisers on the go. We will be wearing our masks and ask that you do too while traveling through the department, to the concert room. All equipment and surfaces will be sterilised, and the room will be ventilated between uses.

So, what are you waiting for? Sign up now to come to a concert, to be part of the future, or for £15 in return for your time.

Sign up using this link: or the QR code below.

Experimental Concert Research

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Are you a jazz lover? Or maybe you have never given it a try? Regardless, MA student Maddy Withers is recruiting participants for her thesis study.

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MA student Ade Syarifa Fathiawati is conducting a study exploring how music may play an important role in mental health awareness.

Whether you are a musician or just a music lover, you are being invited to take part in this research project by filling out the short survey!

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