Sara D'amario is a doctoral researcher at the University of York, fully-funded by an Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) WRoCAH studentship.
She earned a degree in Piano Performance, a post-diploma in Chamber Music and a degree in Musicology at the Conservatory of Music "G. Verdi" of Milan (Italy). Furthermore, she gained an MA in Psychology of Music at the University of Sheffield (UK), where she investigated the relationships between the act of piano playing and the development of temporomandibular disorders.
Sara has +30 years of global international experience as pianist, piano teacher, music educator and event coordinator, and has a strong interest in the multiple aspects of Psychology of Music and Voice Science, including physical and psychological well being of musicians, music synchronization, interpersonal communication, the analysis and evaluation of singing performance, and the acoustics of singing voice.
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