Absolute Pitch in Trained Singers

The University of Melbourne

The researchers

Victoria Lambourn, PhD Researcher

MMus(Perf), BMus(Hons), PgDip(Perf), AMusA(dist) piano & cello
Victoria is a professional opera singer (Opera Australia, Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden) and NCVS-trained vocologist. In addition to being a singer, Victoria has attained performance diplomas in piano and cello and studied composition. Her interest in researching absolute pitch stems from her own experiences as an AP possessor. Victoria maintains an active performing career as well as lecturing at the Melbourne Conservatorium (The University of Melbourne). This study is contributing toward her PhD thesis. https://www.victorialambourn.com

Professor Jane W Davidson, Responsible Researcher

Acting Director, Victorian College of the Arts, Professor of Creative and Performing Arts, Faculty of Fine Arts and Music. Chair of Creativity and Wellbeing Hallmark Initiative. Primary research interest is the social psychology of music. Author of more than 180 scholarly works. https://findanexpert.unimelb.edu.au/profile/544493-jane-davidson

Dr Margaret Osborne, Co-researcher

PhD, BPsych(Hons), GCUT
Senior Lecturer In Psychology And Music, Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences at The University of Melbourne. https://findanexpert.unimelb.edu.au/profile/393960-margaret-osborne

Dr Benjamin Schultz, Co-researcher

PhD (Psychology), PhD (Cognitive Psychology), BHlthSc(Psych), BA(Psych)
Post-Doctoral Fellow In Speech Pathology, Audiology and Speech Pathology at The University of Melbourne. https://findanexpert.unimelb.edu.au/profile/856388-ben-schultz