CIM19 – Conference on Interdisciplinary Musicology ‘Embodiment in music’ — Elli Xypolitaki

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CIM19 – Conference on Interdisciplinary Musicology ‘Embodiment in music’

Elli Xypolitaki


CIM19 – Conference on Interdisciplinary Musicology | ‘Embodiment in music’ | 26-28 September 2019, Graz, Austria


AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY

Elli Xypolitaki is an MA student in Music Psychology at the University of Sheffield (UK). She holds a BA Honors in Psychology (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, GR) and has worked as an Erasmus+ intern at the Nordoff Robbins music therapy charity in Edinburgh. After her Bachelor studies, she spent six months as a research intern at the Centre for Systematic Musicology of the University of Graz, AT, where she got involved in a group of projects about interactive music learning, psychophysiological aspects of music-listening and philosophical approaches to musicality. Currently, she aims at building bridges between academic environments and clinical practices. [exypolitaki1@sheffield.ac.uk]