WAAPA postgraduate students and staff are involved in research and collaboration across the broadest spectrum of performing arts disciplines – ranging from music (classical, jazz, contemporary, opera, composition) to music theatre, acting, performance, dance, production and design, arts management, and more.
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). Western Australian Chapter of the Musicological Society of Australia.
Paget, J., Smith, S. (2013). Keys from the past: Unlocking the power of eighteenth-century contrapuntal pedagogies. re-Visions: Proceedings of the New Zealand Musicological Society and the Musicological Society of Australia Joint Conference (18-30). New Zealand Music Industry Centre.
Creative Arts Research Outputs
Smith, S. (2013). What Music Cannot Raise and Quell. Callway Music Auditorium, UWA.
Smith, S. (2013). Keyboard performance traditions in Handel and Purcell. Perth Concert Hall & ABC Classic FM.
Smith, S. (2013). A Cup of Tea, An Aspidistra and You. Roundhouse Theatre, WAAPA.
Smith, S. (2013). Schutz: Christmas Story. Trinity College Chapel, Perth.
Smith, S. (2013). Organ Recital. Pipe Organs WA, Perth.
Smith, S. (2013). Britten: St Nicholas. Winthrop Hall, UWA.
Smith, S., Nolan, J. (2013). Christmas Music: ABC - CD & DVD recording. St George's Cathedral (recording venue).
Smith, S. (2013). Heavenly Baroque. Music Auditorium, WAAPA.
Smith, S. (2013). Transcendental Voices. St Mary's Cathedral, Perth.
Smith, S. (2013). Expert Consultant on Organs and Organ Playing Appearing in DVD Documentary on new organ at John Septimus Roe School. Bowen Leuewin.