Emilie Capulet is Head of Classical Performance Studies, Senior Lecturer and Course Leader for the MMus Performance at London College of Music, University of West London. She holds an interdisciplinary PhD on the relations between music and literature and has expertise in performance practice(s) as an award-winning international concert pianist and musicologist. Her research on transmediality, historical and contemporary performance practice, pedagogy, and music in healthcare has been published in leading peer-reviewed journals as well as other high-impact media and public events, including recitals and lecture-recitals, and has been funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and the Arts Council, UK. Emilie has given over 25 papers in conferences worldwide and is a member of the AHRC’s Peer-Review College. 

Creating A Rubato Layer Cake: performing and producing overdubs with expressive timing on a classical recording for ‘solo’ piano’

Capulet, Emilie; Zagorski-Thomas, Simon; 2017; ‘Creating A Rubato Layer Cake: performing and producing overdubs with expressive timing on a classical recording for ‘solo’ piano’; Journal on the Art of Record Production, vol. 11. 

 ‘Entropy as a Measure of Musical Contrast’

Laney, Robin; Samuels, Robert; Capulet, Emilie; 2015; ‘Entropy as a Measure of Musical Contrast’; Journal of New Music Research - Special Issue on music similarity; 193-198.

‘The game of chamber music in dementia music therapy’

Capulet, Emilie; 2016; ‘The game of chamber music in dementia music therapy’, in Play in healthcare for adults: using play to promote health and wellbeing across the adult lifespan, (edited by) Alison Tonkin; Routledge, London; 124-134.

‘Beyond the Boundaries of Language: Music in Virginia Woolf’s The String Quartet’

Capulet, Emilie; 2008; ‘Beyond the Boundaries of Language: Music in Virginia Woolf’s The String Quartet’, Journal of the Short Story in English; vol. 50; Presses Universitaires d’Anger: Anger (France); 201-215. 

Through the looking-glass: transmediality in musicalized narratives of the Modernist period'

Capulet, Emilie; 2013; ‘Through the looking-glass: transmediality in musicalized narratives of the Modernist period’, (in) Transmediality and Transculturality, (edited by) Gernalzick, Nadja & Pisarz-Ramirez, Gabriele; Universitätsverlag C. Winter; Heidelberg. 

'Street music, Virginia Woolf, and the problem of musical autonomy'

Capulet, Emilie; 2012; ‘Leaving things in a mess: street music, Virginia Woolf, and the problem of musical autonomy’, (in) Autonomy and Commitment in Twentieth-Century British Arts. (edited by) Ganteau, Jean-Michel & Reynier, Christine ; Presses Universitaires de la Méditerranée ; Montpellier: 101-110.

Virginia Woolf – a Musical Life

Capulet, Emilie; 2009; Virginia Woolf – a Musical Life; Bloomsbury Heritage Series, Cecil Woolf Publishing: London

‘Voicing the Music in Literature: “Musicality” as a Travelling Concept’

Capulet, Emilie; 2009; ‘Voicing the Music in Literature: “Musicality” as a Travelling Concept’; European Journal of English Studies, 13.1; Routlege: Abingdon (Oxon); 79-91. 

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