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<p><strong>Interpersonal Entrainment in Music Performance</strong> (IEMP) is an interdisciplinary research project, based on a large-scale international collaboration between a group of scholars with a common interest in interpersonal coordination and synchrony in music-making. It is funded by the UK’s Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) from April 2016 to October 2018.</p> <p>The project is led by Martin Clayton and Tuomas Eerola at Durham, with international co-investigators Antonio Camurri (Casa Paganini – InfoMus, Genoa) and Peter Keller (MARCS Institute, Western Sydney University) as well as Kelly Jakubowski (postdoctoral researcher, Durham). These investigators collaborate with a wider international group of researchers with interests in musical entrainment and expertise in a wide variety of musical traditions, supported by lead technician Simone Tarsitani (Durham). </p> <p>More information, see <a href="https://musicscience.net/projects/iemp/" rel="nofollow">https://musicscience.net/projects/iemp/</a></p>
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