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Evangelos Himonides

Evangelos Himonides holds the University of London’s first ever ‘lecturer in Music Technology Education’ position. His teaching centres on music education, psychology and perception, music technology and information technology, at post-graduate level, at the Institute of Education, University of London. He also leads the postgraduate course ‘Music Technology in Education’. He holds a Music Diploma from the Macedonian Conservatoire of Thessaloniki, Greece, a Bachelors of Science in Information Technology (Multimedia) with Star First Class Honours from Middlesex University, UK, a Masters in Education with distinction from the University of Surrey, UK and a Ph.D. in Psychoacoustics and Information Technology from the University of London. He is a Chartered I.T. professional with the British Computer Society. Evangelos has had an ongoing career in experimental research in the fields of psychoacoustics, music perception, music cognition, information technology, human-computer interaction, special needs, the singing voice and singing development.

Keywords:  song, psychoacoustics, quality perception, music, education, chorus

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