The Guildhall School of Music & Drama is committed to ensuring the widest possible access to its research. The School has adopted an Open Access for Research Policy, enabling us to achieve compliance with funder requirements as well as to enhance the profile and reputation of our research. Read our Open Access for Research Policy, which includes a brief Researcher's Guide.
Gaunt, H. (2016): 'Introduction to special issue on the reflective conservatoire', Arts and Humanities in Higher Education, Vol. 15, issue 3-4, pp. 269-275. (Freely available from publisher's website) Read this article (as text with links) Read this article (as PDF)
O'Neill, S., Edelman, J., & Sloboda, J. A. (2016): 'Opera and emotion: The cultural value of attendance for the highly engaged', Participations, Vol. 13, issue 1 (May), [pp. 24-50] (Journal is online only) Read this article
O’Neill, S., Wise, K., & Sloboda, J. (April 2016): 'Using digital content to build audiences for live opera', (CreativeWorks London Working Paper, No. 26) Read this working paper
Sloboda, J.A., & Wise, K.J. (2016): 'Going to a concert: the relationship between audience perceptions of artistic identity and motivation for future attendance', (CreativeWorks London Working Paper, No. 28) Read this working paper
Tregear, P., Johansen, G., Jorgenson, H., Sloboda, J.A., Tulve, H., Wistreich, R. (2016): 'Conservatoires in society: Institutional challenges and possibilities for change', Arts & Humanities in Higher Education, Vol. 15, issue 3-4, pp. 276-292 Read this article
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