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Mr Stewart Smith

Senior Lecturer

Staff Member Details
Telephone: +61 8 6304 6110
Mobile: 0407 534 084
Campus: Mount Lawley  
Room: ML1.215  

Stewart is Senior Lecturer, Music at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts.


  • Master of Music, England.
  • Certificate IV in Assessment & Workplace Training, TAFE WA, 2006.


Recent Research Grants

  • External grant application support - ARC LIEF,  Edith Cowan University,  WAAPA grant Scheme 2016,  2016 - 2017,  $1,735.
  • The French Baroque Music Project: from Scholarship to Performance,  Australian Research Council,  Grant - Linkage (Projects),  2003 - 2006,  $24,000.

Recent Publications (within the last five years)

Conference Publications

  • Smith, S., (2017), From Matrix to Model: Conceptualising Improvised Counterpoint at the Organ. Proceedings of the 2015 WA Chapter MSA Symposium on Music Performance and Analysis, 73-82, Perth, Australia, Western Australian Chapter of the Musicological Society of Australia.

Research Student Supervision

Associate Supervisor

  • Master of Arts (Performing Arts),  Uncovering the unpublished chamber music of george frederick boyle
  • Master of Arts (Performing Arts),  A Study on Performing the Hungarian Rhapsodies in the Liszt Tradition
  • Master of Arts (Performing Arts),  A contextual study of boris asafiev's musical form as a process and an application of concepts to his sonata for solo viola
  • Master of Arts (Performing Arts),  Where the desert meets the sea: A fusion and reimagining of venetian and ottoman soundscapes for the contemporary violin
  • Doctor of Philosophy,  Pier francesco valentini's II leuto anatomizzato (c.1650): A translation and commentary investigating transposition, intabulation, and other aspects of Roman lute practice
  • Master of Arts (Performing Arts),  The Solo Piano Sonatas of Cipriani Potter (1792-1871): An Analysis, Reappraisal, and Historical Performance

Assistant Supervisor

  • Master of Arts (Performing Arts),  Towards a declamatory performance in Schubert lieder
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