• Author of five books on Mozart, and several other books and editions of renaissance music
  • Period-instrument keyboard performer and practitioner-researcher (fortepiano; harpsichord; clavichord) including several CD/DVD recordings
  • Frequent speaker – including keynote lectures and chairing of keynotes, round tables, etc – at UK and international musicology conferences

Recent Funded Research Projects

  • Established DeNOTE: the IMR’s Centre for Eighteenth-Century Performance Practice (2010), with start-up funding of £14,500 from University of London
  • British Academy funded Research Project (2010-12), Mozart and the Hass Clavichord, with funding of £6,600 culminating in CD recording and website
  • British Academy funded Research Project (2007-09), Johann Ulrich Haffner: Oeuvres Melées, with funding of £3,480 culminating in CD recording
  • British Academy funded conference (July 2010): The Symphony Orchestra as Cultural Phenomenon (£1,600)
  • 2009-11 University of London, Vice-Chancellor’s Development Fund (£12,000 discretionary award ad hominem to support my performance practice research)
  • Devised and developed National Doctoral Register in Music at the IMR (2010), with start-up funding of £17,500 (School of Advanced Study)
  • 2011 Two awards (£8,000 and £1,800) from Canterbury Christ Church University supporting CD/DVD projects in historical performance practice