‘Do we need to appeal to subpersonal inferences to account for the ‘missing fundamental’?’
CamPOS seminar, Department of History and Philosophy of Science, Cambridge, February 4th, 2015.

‘The role of expectation in conscious musical experience.’
2nd International Conference on Music and Consciousness, University of Oxford, 14th-17th April 2015.



‘Musical metre and multimodal perception.’
British Society of Aesthetics Annual Conference, Oxford, September 2014.

‘The embodied experience of musical performers: an interdisciplinary approach.’
Panel contribution to the Annual Conference of the Royal Musical Association Music and Philosophy Study Group, King’s College London, July 19-20 2013

‘Is music multimodal or cross-modal?’
Philosophy Faculty seminar, Cambridge, UK: June 11th 2013

‘How should philosophers approach normativity in musical performance?’
What Is Performance Philosophy? Staging a New Field: University of Surrey; April 2013

‘Is music multimodal?’
ASA Pacific Division Meeting: Pacific Grove, California; April 2013



‘What does multimodal music mean for the philosophy of perception?’
Philosophy of Perception and Aesthetics Conference: Antwerp, Belgium; December 2012

‘Music and the philosophy of perception: could a melody have affordances?’
Perceptual Ephemera conference: University of Geneva, Switzerland; September 2012

‘Snapshots: new possibilities for social digital music-making arising from the storage of history’
International Computer Music Conference (ICMC): Ljubljana, Slovenia; September 2012
[With Sam Aaron, Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge]

‘Where does music fit into the ‘Naturalizing Phenomenology’ project?
Society for European Philosophy and The Forum for European Philosophy Joint Conference 2012: Manchester; September 2012

‘Procedural music cognition and a bottom-up approach to understanding musical meaning’
Second Annual Conference of the Royal Music and Philosophy Study Group: King’s College, London, UK; July 2012

‘Visual bias in consciousness studies: why philosophers and music psychologists should listen to each other’
‘Toward a Science of Consciousness': Tucson, AZ; April 2012

‘Electronic musical performance and the phenomenology of affordances: towards an aesthetics of digital music’
‘Phenomenology, Aesthetics and the Arts': Cork, Ireland; March 2012

I hear music: the epistemology of auditory perception and its link to musical listening’
Birkbeck Edgington Lectures (graduate seminar in the epistemology of perception, with John McDowell): London, UK; March 2012

‘Beyond the explanatory gap: towards a more holistic science of music cognition’
Society for Musicology in Ireland, Postgraduate Conference: DIT, Dublin, Ireland; January 2012


‘Digital interface research: towards an embodied and computational account of musical creativity’
SACCOM, Xth Meeting for the Cognitive Sciences of Music: Buenos Aires, Argentina; July 2011