How does audience experience contribute to well-being?
Jane Davidson and Jody Evans work at The University of Melbourne, both holding engagement portfolios in their respective schools: Jane at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, Jody at the Melbourne Business School. Both investigate audience experience, Jane focusing on socio-emotional well-being and Jody exploring the building of arts audiences and their collective impact.
In this talk, these experienced researchers engage with their audience to discuss among other things: what music audiences want and feel; how music audience experience contributes to well-being; and what can be done to improve music audience experiences?
Presented by Melbourne Recital Centre
Professor Jane Davidson
Associate Professor Jody Evans
This production is part of the following series:
Music on the Mind investigates the power of music and its relation to social wellbeing, participation, learning and development as well as the role music plays in our contemporary communities.
If you want to go deeper into what makes music work or the effect it has on our mind and wellbeing, Melbourne Recital Centre regularly presents informative and entertaining talks.
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Monday 16 October 2017 6pm
Duration: 1 hour (no interval)
This concert is set in-the-round. Seating in the Salon is general admission.
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