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Pamela Burnard

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Professor of Arts, Creativities and Educations, University of Cambridge, UK

(Acting)Coordinator MPhil in Arts, Creativities and Education.

Professor-in-Residence University of Cambridge Primary School

Adjunct Professor School of Humanities and Communication Arts of Western Sydney University, Australia.

Adjunct Professor the University of Foggia, Italy. 

Adjunct Professor Instituto Katarina Gurska, Madrid, Spain.

Co-editor of the International Journal of Thinking Skills and Creativity

Fellow of the Chartered College of Teaching, UK

Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (RSA), UK

Fellow of the International Society for the Study of Creativity and Innovation (ISSCI)

Advisory Board Member for the Global Institute of Creative Thinking (GLoCT)

Da Vinci Life Skills and Biophilia Education Institute, Cambridge, Trustee

Review Panel (on Arts and Literature Research) of the Academy of Finland

REF specialist advisor to the SP33 Sub-Panel

E-mail Address


+44 (0)1223 767559


1999 PhD University of Reading, England (ESRC Studentship)
1995 MEd University of Queensland, Australia
1979 DipEd University of Melbourne, Australia (Hugh Childers' Prize)
1978 MMus University of Indiana, USA (Rotary International Fellowship)
1976 BMus University of Melbourne, Australia (First Class Honours)
1971 AMusA University of Melbourne (Piano Performance)

Membership of Professional Bodies and Elected Posts

Trustee of the Biophilia Education and Advisory Board; Research Council for Culture and Society, Review Panel of the Academy of Finland; International Association for Practice Doctorates; Da Vinci Life-Skills Cambridge, A showcase model school and teacher training college for the future Advisory Team (; The Maxine Greene Institute International Advisory Committee; Advisory Board for 'Digital Playgrounds for music'; The Australian Educational Research (AER) International Advisory Board Research Group for Innovative Learning Environments; STEAMnet Global Education Network; Institute of Small Business and Entrepreneurship ISBE; Scientific Committee for the Novel Teaching Methodologies for Higher Education Discussion Forum, Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto, Portugal (; Cultural Literacy Europe (; Mentoring for Arts Education Scholars Program RMIT University Melbourne; Creativity Research Engaging the Arts Transforming Education (CREATE) Advisory Board, University of Sydney; The International Symposium on Performance Science (ISPS); British Forum for Ethnomusicology (BFE); British Sociology Association (BSA); The Royal Musical Association (RMA); Elected committee member National Association of Music in Higher Education (NAMHE) (2013-2019); Creative Industries Federation (CIF) HE/FE Working Party;International Society for Music Education (ISME)past Board of Directors;  Cambridgeshire Innovation Trust Board; AERA (American Educational Research Association); EARLI (European Association for Research in Learning and Instruction); INSA (International Network for Social Network Analysis); The Museum Association; Chartered College of Teaching; The Arts in Society Research Network

Editorships of Refereed Journals and Book Series

Bourdieu in Educational Research (AERA) SIG (Advisory Board); The Australian Educational Researcher (International Advisory and Reviewer Board); STEAMnet Global Education Network, (Advisory Board); Journal of Thinking Skills and Creativity (Co-Editor-in-Chief, July 2017-2024);ISME Routledge Book Series Editorial Board; Co-editor Critical Issues in the Future of Learning Teaching SensePublishers;ISME Routledge Book Series Editorial Board;  Routledge Unlocking Research Sense Publishers Book Series; Springer Book Series
Studies in Arts-Based Educational Research (SABER); Volume 5 Creativities, Media and Technologies in Music Learning and Teaching: An Oxford Handbook of Music Education (Co-Editor, 2017); British Journal of Music Education (former Co-Editor, 2007-2013);
Psychology of Music (former Associate Editor, 2007- 2012);
International Journal of Music Education (former Editor, 2003-2007), Music Education Research (2010-)

Editorial Board Membership of Refereed Journals and Evaluation Panels

Springer BABER/SABER Editorial Board (AERA); International Conference Organisation Committee for Professional and Practice-Based Doctorates (UKCGE); Academy of Finland Evaluation Panel on Arts and Literature (for the Research Council for Culture and Society, Finland); AERA International Editorial Board for the Studies in Arts-Based Education Research (ABER) Book Series, USA; The Australian Educational Research (AER) International Advisory Board, Research Group for Innovative Learning Environments; International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media; Media Journal in Music Education; Frontiers in Psychology; Psychology of Music;
Research Studies in Music Education;
 British Journal of Music Education (International Advisory Board);
International Fine Arts Journal;
Research Studies in Music Education;
Thinkings Skills and Creativity;
Journal of Artistic and Creative Education;
 Journal of Music, Technology and Education;
UNESCO Observatory EJournal of Multi-Disciplinary Research in the Arts, Melbourne University; 
Journal of Popular Music Education; Music Education Research; Organisation committee of ICAS (South Korea)

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Pamela holds degrees in Music Performance, Music Education, Education and Philosophy. Her primary interest is creativities research for which she is internationally recognised. She is the author/co-author/editor of 15 books, 21 reports,  and over 100 refereed journals and substantial book chapters. She is regularly invited to give keynote addresses and invited talks nationally and internationally.  She is presently co-editor of the international journal Thinking Skills and Creativity; chair of the Arts and Creativities Research Group (A&CRG) University of Cambridge and co-convenor of the Creativities in Intercultural Arts Network (CIAN); and previously co-convenor of the BERA Creativities-in-Education SIG. She serves on numerous editorial boards. See also the publication by the Digital R&D Fund for the Arts.

Pamela manages and/or teaches on an extensive set of doctorate and masters programmes, including the Masters in Arts, Creativities, and Education  (ACE), a course she initiated. She has also built extensive networks which link university, industry, school sectors and community and (inter-)cultural arts organisations. Her doctoral research supervision encompasses investigations which advance diverse creativities research, creative learning and teaching, learning cultures, creativity assessment, digital media, diverse musical creativities, creative industries and sectorial gender issues in higher education, conservatoire and community settings. 

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Academic Area/Links and Research Topics

  • Creativities Research
  • Multiple Creativities Theory
  • Creativities in music, arts, science, future-making educations, and industries
  • Interculturality and arts-based research, practice and theory
  • STEAM education (transdiciplinarity matters; why science and arts creativities matter)
  • Urban musics including hip hop, techno, grime, electronica
  • Harnessing AI to liberate and restore human/nonhuman relationships
  • Entrepreneurship,  creative work, working in the creative industries
  • Posthumanism and New Materialism 
  • Bourdieu and the Sociology of education
  • Assessing diverse creativities
  • Digital technologies (including livecoding) 
  • Arts-based and practice-based research methodologies, qualitative and mixed methodologies; innovative research designs
  • Professional and Practice-based Doctorate Education
  • Creative thinking, creative learning, creative pedagogies, creative performance practices

Doctoral Supervision

Tim Palmer (Creatively Educating Professional Musicians and The Role of Play); Wendy Forbes (Investigating the relationship between extra-curricular music-making and children's wellbeing); Frankie Frangeskou (Researching  leadership creativity with LGB school leaders); Naomi McCarthy (On the road to Damascus:Theorising transformational encounters in Art Galleries and Museums); Eleanor Ryan (Decolonising higher instrumental music education); Marta Gonzalez (innovating Cello Pedagogy and Performance Practices); Olexandra Solomka (Design and Technology: Subject Gendering); Heini Haapaniemi Immersive technologies and education; Yuehan Zhao (Creative Learning and STEAM pedagogies)

Doctoral Completions

Samantha Jayne Hulston, ESRC Studentship* (Young children's embodied practices and multimodal creativities in literacy practices); Julia Flutter (Collective phronesis and the profession of teaching); Genevieve Smith-Nunes, XR innovation award* (Transdisciplinary computer-science research through the lens of classical ballet and virtual reality); Afrodita Nikolova, Gates Scholar* (An artographic new spoken word poetry programme for developing narrative identities in a Macedonian prison: Two portraits of young offenders as poets); Kieran Sheehan (Diffracting the professional self through movement and imagination: A posthuman study); Stephen Fairbanks ('Social Justice' through music education? A study of an American high school orchestra); Mandy Winters (Teaching and learning compositional creativities in the music classroom); Sarah Upjohn (Creatively rethinking prevention of playing-related injuries in elite young instrumental musicians); Frances Ragni (nee Shih) (A phenomenological enquiry of perceived mental representations in thematic musical improvisations: Case studies of two professional pianists);James Biddulph (The co-construction of 'creative learning' in three ethnic minority immigrant children at home); Malachi Fortune Apudo-Achola  (Technology in Music Education for Schools); Jean-Philippe Despres, (Expert improvisers' learning and creative processes); Anna Wong (Musical motivation and engagement with disaffected learners); Christine Yau (One-to-one pedagogical relationships in music conservatoire teaching); Konstantinou Chrysovalentini (The role technology in Cypriot primary music education); Tara Coverdale (Critical leadership versatility and directors' practices across diverse professional workplaces situated within the creative industries); Wei Shin Leong (Singapore teachers' conceptions and practices of assessment); Hsu-Chan Kuo (An investigation of the perceived impacts of the programme of creativity and imagining the futures in Taiwanese education: Developing indicators for the evaluation of creative education programmes); Anna-Marie Higgins (Developing a pedagogic framework for teaching 'Music Concrete' creatively in secondary schools); Albhe Kenny (Communities of musical practice); Rosie Burt-Perkins (The construction of 'learning cultures' in music conservatoires); Tal-Chen Rabinowitch (Developing a measure of empathy in children's group music making); Susan Richards (Processing in music and language in children); Angeliki Triantafyllki (Identity construction in the workplace of music conservatoires and higher education).

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Research Projects

2024-2027 Rhythmic healing: Drumming practices and trandisciplinary responses to tackling trauma' In collaboration with Marisa De Andrade, University of Edinburgh (UKRI)

2024-2026 'Choices, chances and transitions around creative further and higher education' in collaboration with Dr. Sonia Iles (Nuffield Foundation).

2022-2024 Creative Learning for Boosting Bio-economy within HEIs: Partner Organisations include University of Di Foggia (Italy); De Aveiro (Portugal), Edex (Cyprus) and Gospodarstwa Weijskiego (Poland) (ERASMUS).

2021-2023 Contemporary Urban Music for Inclusion Network (CUMIN) in collaboration with Dr. Pete Dale, Manchester Metropolitan University (AHRC Network Grant).

2021-2024 'Improving access and participation for BME students doing part-time postgraduate research' in partnership with John Fulton (University of Sunderland), Carol Costley (Middlesex University) and Pallawi Sinha (University of Suffolk).

2021-2024 Bridging Musical Knowledge Within and Across Three Global Cities (BMK) ERC Advanced Grant led by Associate Professor of Music John O'Flynn (Dublin City University, Ireland) Expert Advisory Group (Funding in review).

2020-2022 Multimodality, Indigenous Literatures and Languages: Translanguaging and Education in Global Contexts. Led by and AHRC fund held by Dr. Paul McAleer, University of Hull.

2018-2022 Transdisciplinary practices of interpreting and theorising what Mathematical Art work teaches. in partnership with Kristof Fenyvesi, University of Jyvaskyla, Department of Teacher Education.  LINK to STEAM BOOK (Funding Universities of Jyvaskyla and Linz)

2019-2024 Creativity in Higher Education Network (CHEN) and the Internconnectedness of Practice, Policy and Impact in 'Professional' Doctorates' for the International Association for Practice Doctorates:  Here are the links:;

2019-2022 Creativity Research Engaging the Arts Transforming Education(CREATE) in partnership with the University of Sydney CREATE centre Advisory Board Here is the link:

2018-2020 WOMEN IN SOCIAL ENTERPRISES (WISE): Participation and Re-presentation in 'start ups' as epistemological sites: A Feminist Space? With Dr. Garth Stahl, University of South Australia, Dr. Satinder Gill, University of Cambridge, Dr. Pallawi Sinha, University of Cambridge and Dr. Lilia Giugni, Judges Business School Cambridge (Funded by the AISS & AHSS Research Group, CHRG.) Here is the link: DOI: 10.13140/RB.2.217968.20481

2018-2020 MathArtWorks (why STEAM matters) with South African Youth. Partnership between University of Jyväskylä,Finland; Nelson Mandela University, South Africa: Johannes Kepler University, Austria, and Fresno Pacific University, USA.

2017-2018 MUSICEUM: Museums as spaces for early childhood music-making - a mapping exercise. This is a scoping study in collaboration with Professor Jayne Osgood, University of Middlesex, London; Dr. Laura Huhtinen-Hilden (Metropolia, UAS, Finland; Dr. Jessica Pitt and Dr. Alex Elwick). (Funded by the Faculty of Education Research&Development Fund.) Here is the link:

2017-2020 CREATUBBLES GLOBAL CREATIVITIES INITIATIVE: A creative collaboration between teachers and schools from around the world, and Creatubbles which is a safe global community for creators of all ages. (This initiative is led by participating teachers, schools and children in the UK, Italy, Japan, Canada and the USA. Funded by Creatubbles.)

2017-2018  THE MUSIC COMMISSION: An initiative by ABRSM (The Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music) which aims to make an important contribution to the debate about supporting musical progression; one which leads to a step change in the policies, infrastructure, relationships and possible direction or quantity of funding needed to support and implement key Commission recommendations.(Funded by ABRSM.)

2016-2018 Evaluation of a programme called A MINUTE OF LISTENING by the Universities of Huddersfield and Cambridge. (Funded by PRSF and Sound and Music, London.) 

2016-2017 BERA Research Commission Project: In collaboration with Universities of Aberdeen, Warwick and Aberystwyth. Reviewing the Potential and Challenges of Developing
school curricula be broadened towards a more responsive, dynamic and inclusive
form of education? (Funded by BERA_
Here is the link:

2014-2015 LISTEN, IMAGINE, COMPOSE (LIC): Teacher Education through Action Research (Funded by Youth Music, Teach Through Music, Sound and Music, Arts Council, London.) 

2014 'SONIC PI: LIVE and CODING See See also (funded by NESTA)

2014-17 'Classroom to career: Using mobile technologies bridge the gap' International study (funding applied to Office of Learning and Teaching Australia)

2013-14 'The Role of Arts in Academic Motivation, Engagement and Achievement with Professor Josephine Fleming et al,  University of Sydney (Funded by ARC, Australia)

2013-15 Collaborative and Creative Learning in Music Education with HE partners in Switzerland, Brazil, Argentina, Canada (Funded by Switzerland Research Council)

2013 'Commonwealth Creativities in Intercultural Arts' fellowships, network building and public fora (Funded by CCE and CET)

2013 'Sonic Pi Live Coding to Pedagogy' (Funded by Raspberry Pi Foundation)

2012 'The Scope and Character of Composition Pedagogy' (Funded by SoundandMusic and Esmee Fairbain)

2011 'Developing Creativities in Higher Education' (Funded by the HEA)

2010 'Creativity and Assessment Practice in the Arts' (CAPA): a mixed-methods study to uncover teachers' thinking and practices of creativity assessment in visual arts and music (Faculty Funded). See questionnaire on Assessing Creativity in the Arts (ACA)

2009 'The Leadership and Management of Music Education in Welsh Primary and Secondary Schools'. (Sponsored by Welsh Educational Research Network; Funded by HEFCE & ESRC)

2009 'Creativity and Arts Assessment in Curriculum Reform: Patterns of Assessment Design, Preparation and Course Delivery in Key Stages 2, 3, and 4'. This is a comparative study of Hong Kong, Australia and the UK (Funded by the Research Grants Council (RGC) Hong Kong, China)

2009 'The Network Jamming International Project' (Jam2Jam): a study which aims to enhance learning and community engagement with creative performance activities based on collaborative and generative technologies (Funded by the Australasian CRC for Interaction Design and QUT, Australia)

2008-2009 'Evaluating the Use of E-Portfolios in Higher Education' (Pebblepad): a study which aims to enhance creativity and engagement in arts-based research tools (Funded by the TTA).

2007 'Artist Pedagogy and School Change' (APaSC): a study which explores pupil and teacher views on the ways in which visiting artists contribute to pupil learning and how these outcomes might relate to school change (Faculty Funded)

2004-2006 'Progression in Creative Learning' (PiCL): a study which sought to identify how creative learning is evidenced in musical and English composition across Foundation Stage to Key Stage 4 (i.e. with children aged four to fifteen) in collaboration with Professor Anna Craft, the University of Exeter, Professor Teresa Cremin, Canterbury Christchurch University and Dr. Kerry Chappell, Open University (Funded by Creative Partnerships, UK)

2004 DOCUMENTING POSSIBILITY THINKING (PT) in collaboration with Professor Anna Craft, University of Exeter and Professor Teresa Cremin, Canterbury Christchurch University. (Funded by Cambridge-Open University matched Faculty Funded)

2002 'Teacher-pupil Perspectives on Musical Learning at KS3': (Faculty Funded)

2001 'Changes in Adolescent Pupil Attitudes to 'School Music': (Faculty Funded)

2000 'Music Teacher Career Paths': a study of the critical phases and factors that influence why teachers become primary or secondary music specialists (Faculty Funded).

1999 'Into Different Worlds (The Soundings Project)': A study of children's experience of musical improvisation and composition. PhD Thesis, University of Reading, UK (ESRC studentship holder)

1995 'Examining the Relationship between Task Design and Experience of Composition': a study involving senior secondary music students. M.Ed. Thesis, University of Queensland (School Funded)Back to top

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Burnard, P. (2024 in production) The Power of Pluralising Creativities. The Netherlands: Brill-I-Sense Publishers.

Pothouse-Morgan, K., Lyle, E., Msibi, T., and Burnard, P. (2025, in production) Handbook of Creative Teaching in Higher Education. Palgrave

Dale, P., Burnard, P., and Travis, R. (2023) Music for Inclusion and Healing in Schools and Beyond: Hip hop, Techno, Drive and More? Oxford University Press.

Randles, C. and Burnard, P. (2023) The Routledge Companion to Creativities in Music Education. New York: Routledge.

Burnard, P., Mackinlay, E., Rousell, D., and Dragovic, T. (Eds.) (2022) Doing Rebellious Research in and beyond the Academy. The Netherlands: Brill-I-Sense Publishers.

Burnard, P., and Loughrey, M. (Eds.) (2021) Sculpting New Creativities in Primary Education. (Unlocking Research/Inspiring Research Informed Practice series) London: Routledge.

Burnard, P. and Colucci-Gray, L. (2020) (Eds) Why Science and Arts Creativities Matter: (Re-)Configuring STEAM for Future-making Education. The Netherlands: Brill Publishing.

Burnard, P., Himonides, E., Thibeault, M., McPherson, G. and Welch, G. (Eds) (2018) Creativities, Media and Technologies in Music Learning and Teaching: An Oxford Handbook of Music Education (Vol 5). Oxford: OUP.

de Bruin, L., Burnard, P. and Davies, S. (Eds) (2018) Creativities in Arts Education, Research and Practice: International Perspectives for the Future of Learning and Teaching. The Netherlands:Brill-I- Sense Publishing.

Burnard, P., Ross, V., Dragovic, T., Powell, K., Minors, H., Mackinlay, E. (2017) (Eds) 'Building Interdisciplinary and Intercultural Bridges: Where Practice Meets Research and Theory'. eBook: BIBACC Publishing ISBN 978-0-9957727-0-0  (see

Burnard, P and Murphy, R. (2017) Teaching Music Creatively. London: Routledge (with Elizabeth Mackinlay, Gillian Howell,  Kathryn Marsh, Alex Ruthman, Jane Wheeler, Rena Upitis, Alex Ruthmann, Jane Wheeler,  James Biddulph, Jenny Boyack, Emily Akuno, Deborah Blair and Marcelo Giglio). Second Edition. London: Routledge.

Haddon, L. and Burnard, P. (2017/2016) (Eds) Creative Teaching for Creative Learning in Higher Academic Music Education. Aldershot, Hants: Ashgate. (Paperback pub: 2017; Hardback and eBook pub: 2016)

Burnard, P. (2016) Musical Creativities in Practice. Translated into Chinese. Shanghai, China: Shanghai Music Press.

Burnard, P. Mackinlay, E. and Powell, K. (2016) (Eds) The Routledge International Handbook of Intercultural Arts Research. London: Routledge. 

Burnard, P., Dragovic, T., Flutter, J., and Alderton, J. (2016) (Eds) Transformative Doctoral Research Practices for Professionals. Amsterdam: SensePublishers. 

Burnard, P., Apelgren, B, and Cabaroglu, N. (2015) (Eds) Transformative Teacher Research: Critical Issues in the Future of Learning and Teaching. Amsterdam: SensePublishers.

Burnard, P. and Haddon, E. (2015) (Eds) Activating Diverse Musical Creativities: Teaching and Learning in Higher Music Education. London: Bloomsbury.

Burnard, P., Hofvander Trulsson, Y., and Soderman, J. (2015) (Eds) Bourdieu and the Sociology of Music, Music Education and Research. Aldershot, Hants: Ashgate. 

Burnard, P. (2013) (Ed) Developing Creativities in Higher Education: International Perspectives and Practices. London: Routledge.

Georgii-Hemming, E., Burnard, P. and Holgersen, S.E (2013) (Eds) Professional Knowledge in Music Teacher Education. ch (pp. 5-28). Aldershot, Hants: Ashgate.

Burnard, P and Murphy, R. (2013) Teaching Music Creatively. London: Routledge ( with James Biddulph, Kathryn Marsh, Alex Ruthman, Jane Wheeler, Rena Upitis, Alex Ruthmann, Jane Wheeler,  Jenny Boyack, Gillian Howell, Emily Akuno, Deborah Blair and Marcelo Giglio). First Edition. London: Routledge.

Burnard, P. (2012) Section Editor of 'Creativities in Practice' for The Oxford Handbook of Music Education, pp. 317-427, New York: Oxford University Press.

Burnard, P. (2012) Musical Creativities in Practice. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Burnard, P. and Hennessy, S. (2010) (Eds) Reflective Practices in Arts Education. Second Edition, Dordrecht: Springer. (Paperback pub: 2010 2nd Ed.)

Finney, J. and Burnard, P. (2008) (Eds) Music Education with Digital Technology. London: Continuum.

Burnard, P. (2008) Special Issue of UNESCO Observatory E-Journal Multi-Disciplinary Research in the Arts on 'Creativity, policy and practice discourses: productive tensions in the new millennium', 1(3).

Burnard, P., Dillon S. and Ballantyne, J. (Eds) (2008) Special Issue of Research Studies in Music Education 'Pedagogies of inclusion in music education: International perspectives', 30(1).

Burnard, P. (2007) Section Editor of 'Creativity' in the International Handbook of Research in Arts Education, Dordrecht: Springer.

Craft, A., Cremin, T and Burnard, P. (2007) (Eds) Creative Learning 3-11 and How We Document It: What, How and Why? London: Trentham.

Burnard, P. (2006) Editor Special Issue and Forward of Music Education Research on 'Research methodologies and methods in the field of Music Education', 8(2).

Burnard, P. (2006) Editor Special Issue of Cambridge Journal of Education and Forward on 'Creativity in education', 36(3).

Burnard, P. and Hennessy, S. (2006/2010) (Eds) Reflective Practices in Arts Education. Second Edition, Dordrecht: Springer. (Paperback pub: 2010 2nd Ed.)


Burnard, P., Colucci-Gray, L., and Cooke, C. (2024 in production) A cartographic assemblage (with accounts) of learning in-the-making and making-with STEAM in diverse configurations: The importance of embodied practices and relational pedagogies. International Journal Educational Research. Special Issue Exploring Educational Strategies in STEAM: Navigating Challenges and Leveraging Modern Tools for Effective Learning

Sheehan, K., Burnard, P., and Chan, K. (2024 in production) Becoming researchers together with material creativities in the contemporary university: A cartographic collaboration. Journal of New Materialist Research (an interdisciplinary forum).

Burnard, P., and Kobli, Nathalie (2024) Posthumanist new materialist pathways for reimagining music education research: What matters? What can this offer music educators? Music Education Research 26(3).

Palmer, T., Burnard, P., and Burke, D. (2024) Inviting a (Re)Orientation to 'Musicking-as-Play' in higher Music Education Performance Studies: Insights from Three Genre Performance Practices. Action, Criticism and Theory for Music (MayDayGroup) 23(1)58-79.

Cooke, C., Colucci-Gray, L., and Burnard, P. (2023) Sensing bodies: Transdisciplinary enactments of 'thing-power' and 'making-with'. Digital Culture and Educational Journal, 15(5), 24-43.

Stahl, G., Burnard, P., and McDonald, S. (2023) Exploring the experiences of women social entrepreneurs: Advancing understandings of 'emotional capital' in women-only networks. Feminist Review. 10.1177/01417789231166417/ID:Fr-21-0103.R4.

Ihle, R., Drejerska., Burnard, P., Sobczak, W., Fiore, M., Vrontis, D., and Chkoniyq, V., (2023) Creative learning for boosting bio-economy within HEIs' curricula: Why this creative learning method matters. Paper presented at the XVII Congress of the European Association of Agricultural Economists (EAAE) Congress. Digital Innovations in Agribusiness Education, Rennes, France.

Burnard, P., Colucci-Gray, L. and Cooke, C. (2022) Transdisciplinarity: Re-visioning how science and arts together can enact democratizing creative educational experiences. Review of Research in Education, for AERA, Special Issue" Democratizing Creative Educational Experiences, Co-editors Ronald A. Beghetto and Yong Zhao.

Buchborn, T., Burnard, P., Hebert, D., and Moore, G. (2022) Reconfiguring Music Education for Future-making: How? Viewpoints. Music Education Research, 24(3), 275-281.

Burnard, P., and Colucci-Gray, L. (2021) Reframing STEAM by posthumanizing transdisciplinary education: Towards an understanding of how sciences and arts meet and matter for sustainable futures. The Convergence Education Research Journal, Summer Edition, 7(2).

Lopez Iniguez, G. and Burnard, P. (2021) Towards a nuanced understanding of musicians' professional learning pathways: What does critical reflection contribute? Research Studies in Music Education, 1-31, DOI: 10.1177/1321103X211025850.

Burnard, P., Colucci-Gray, L., and Sinha, P. (2021) Transdisciplinarity: Letting arts and science teach together. Curriculum Perspectives, 41, 113-118 (2021). DOI

Burnard, P. and Stahl, G. (2021) Mobilising capitals and gender performativity within the practice of arts entrepreneurship: A case study. Art Education Australia, 14(1), 27-49.

Stahl, G. and Burnard, P. and McDonald, S. (2022) Exploring the experiences of women social entrepreneurs: Advancing understandings of 'emotional capital' in female-only networks. Feminist Review

Burnard, P., Sorenen, N. Gill, S. and Rabinowitch, T. (2021) Identifying new parameters informing the relationship between silence and sound in diverse musical performance practices and perception. International Journal of Music Science, Technology and Art (IJMSTA), 3(1), 7-17. DOI:

Heaton, R., Burnard, P., and Nikolova, A. (2020) Artography as creative pedagogy: A living inquiry with professional doctorate students. Art Education Australia, 41.1

Elwick, A., Burnard, P., Osgood, J., Huhtinen-Hilden, L., and Pitt, J. (2020) Young children’s experiences of music and soundings in museum spaces: Lessons, trends and turns from the literature. Journal of Early Childhood Research, 18*2), 174-188.

Elwick, A., Burnard, P., Huhtinen-Hilden, L., Osgood, J., and Pitt, J. (2019) Young children's experiences of music and soundings in museum spaces: Lessons, trends and turns from the literature. Journal of Early Childhood Research, 1-15, DOI: 10.1177/1476718X19888717.

Osgood, J. and Burnard, P. (2019) Adopting a feminist new materialist approach as a means to reconfigure understandings of how music and sound-making matters to the child in museum spaces. EuMERYC2019 Conference Proceedings. Ghent University.

Waddington-Jones, C., King, A., and Burnard, P. (2019) Exploring wellbeing and creativity through collaborative composition as Part of Hull 2017 City of Culture. Frontiers in Pscyhology: Performance Science

Burnard, P., Dragovic, T., Ottewell, K., and Lim, W.M. (2018) Voicing the professional doctorate and the researching professional’s identity: Theorising EdD's uniqueness. The London Review of Education Special Feature on Professional Doctorates, 16(1). DOI:

Després, J. P., Burnard, P., Dubé, F. et Stévance, S. (2018). Cadre pédagogique pour l’enseignement-apprentissage de l’improvisation musicale classique fondé sur la pratique des experts du domaine. Intersections : Canadian Journal of Music/Revue canadienne de musique, 35(2).

Burnard, P., Cook, P.J., Jasilek, S., and Bauer-Nilsen, B. (2018) Performing arts activism for addressing climate change: Conceptualising an intercultural choreographic practice and dance performance called ‘Melting Ice’. Choreographic Practices: Special Issue Performing Ecologies in a World in Crisis, 9(1), 119-144.

Kuo, Hsu-Chan, Burnard, P., McLellan, R., Cheng, Y., and Wu, J-J. (2017) The development of indicators for creativity education and a questionnaire to evaluate its delivery and practice. Thinking Skills and Creativity, 24, 186-198.

Stahl, G., Burnard, P., and Burt-Perkins, R. (2017) Critical reflections on the use of Bourdieu's tools 'In Concert' to understand the practices of learning in three musical sites. Sociological Research Online, 18(4), DOI/pdf/10.1177/1360780417724073.

Minors, H., Burnard, P., van der Walt, S., Wiffin, C., and Shihabi, Z. (2017) Mapping trends and framing issues in higher music education: Changing minds/ changing practices. The London Review of Education, 15(3), November, DOI:

Aaron, S., Blackwell, A.F., and Burnard, P. (2016) The development of Sonic Pi and its use in educational partnerships: cocreating pedagogies for learning computer programming. The Journal of Music Technology and Education. Special Issue 'Live Coding in Music Education', 9(1), 75-94.

Despres, J.P., Burnard, P., Dube, F., & S. Stevance (2016) Expert improvisers in western classical music learning pathways. Creativity and Thinking Skills Journal, 22, 167-179 DOI: 10.1016/j.tsc.2016.10.006.

Despres, J.P., Burnard, P., Dube, F., & S. Stevance (2017) Expert western classical music improviser's strategies. Journal of Research in Music Education, 65(2), July.

Burnard, P. (2016) The imperative of creative teaching in relation to creative learning for Artist-Scholars working in higher education. NiTRO.Edition 3, September 26.

Burnard, P., Holliday, C., Jasilek, S., and Nikolova, A. (2015) Artists and higher education partnerships: A living enquiry. Education Journal, 4(26), 98-105. DOI: 10.11648/

Burnard, P. and Dragovic, T. (2014) Collaborative creativity in instrumental group learning as a site for enhancing pupil wellbeing. Cambridge Journal of Education: Special Issue 'Creativity and Wellbeing'. DOI:10.1080/0305764X.2014.934204.

Burnard, P. and Dragovic, T. (2014) Characterising communal creativity in instrumental group learning. Departures in Critical Qualitative Research, 3 (3), 336-362.

Rabinowitch, T., Cross, I. and Burnard, P. (2013) Long-term musical group interaction has a positive influence on empathy in children. Psychology of Music, 41 (4), 484-498. 

Burnard, P. (2012) Rethinking creative teaching and teaching as research: Mapping the critical phases that mark times of change and choosing as learners and teachers of music. Theory Into Practice, 51(3), 40-52.

Craft, A., Cremin, T., Burnard, P., Dragovic, T., and Chappell, K. (2012) Possibility thinking: Culminative studies of an evidence-based concept driving creativity? Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education. Doi:1080/03004279.2012.656671, http://dx.doi/org/10.1080/03004279.2012.656671

Burnard, P. (2011) Educational leadership, musical creativities and digital technology in education Journal of Music, Technology and Education 4(2/3), 151-171, doi: 10.1386/jmte.4.2-3.157_1.

Burnard, P. and Swann, M. (2010) Pupil perceptions of learning with artists: a new order of experience? Thinking Skills and Creativity, 5(2), 70-83.

Burnard, P. (2010) Inspiring creative mediation in music education. Hellenic Journal of Music, Education, and Culture, 1(1), 4-16.

Triantafyllaki, A. and Burnard, P. (2010) Creativity and arts-based knowledge creation in diverse educational partnership practices: Lessons from two case studies in rethinking traditional spaces for learning. UNESCO Observatory E-Journal, Multi-Disciplinary Research in the Arts, University of Melbourne, 1(5). 

Burnard, P. (2010) Creativity, performativity, and educational standards: Conflicting or productive tensions in music education in England? Studies in Music from the University of Western Ontario, 23, Special Issue on 'Rethinking Standards for the 21st Century: New Realities, New Challenges, New Propositions' (electronic copies of any of these collected papers on national music education standards, by authors representing Germany, the US, Australia, Canada and England, can be obtained from Professor Paul Woodford at

Hallam, S., Burnard, P. , Robertson, A., Saleh, C., Davies, V., Rogers, L., and Kokatsaki, D. (2009) Trainee primary school teachers' perceptions of their effectiveness in teaching music. Music Education Research, 11(2), 221-240.

Burnard, P. (2009) Modulating pedagogical spaces for creativity in music education. Sound Arts - The MENZA Magazine, 5(2), 4-9.

Burnard, P. (2008) Appropriating a new professionalism in music education through creative mediation. Journal of Artistic and Creative Education, 2(2), 3-23.

Burnard, P. and White, J. (2008) Creativity and Performativity: Counterpoints in British and Australian Education. British Educational Research Journal, Special Issue on 'Creativity and Performativity in Teaching and Learning', 34(5), 667-682.

Burnard, P. and Younker, B.A. (2008) Investigating children's musical interactions within the activities systems of group composing and arranging: an application of Engestrom's Activity Theory. International Journal of Educational Research, 47(1), 60-74.

Burnard, P. (2008) A phenomenological study of music teachers' approaches to inclusive education practices among disaffected youth. Research Studies in Music Education, 30(1), 59-76.

Burnard, P. (2008) Editorial: The impact of productive tensions between policy and practice on creativity in education.UNESCO Observatory E-Journal, Multi-Disciplinary Research in the Arts, 1(3).  

Chappell, K., Craft, A., Burnard, P. and Cremin, T. (2008) Question-posing and question-responding: the heart of 'Possibility Thinking' in the early years. Early Years, 28(3), 267-286.

Burnard, P., Dillon, S., Rusinek, G. and Saether, E. (2008) Promoting social inclusion in music education: International comparisons of key issues in teaching and learning. International Journal of Music Education: Practice, 26(2), 109-126.

Burnard, P. (2007) Reframing creativity and technology: promoting pedagogic change in music. Journal of Music, Technology and Education. 1(1), 37-55.

Craft, A., Cremin, T., Burnard, P. and Chappell, K. (2007) Teacher stance in creative learning: A study of progression. Thinking Skills and Creativity, 2(1), 136-147.

Burnard, P., Grainger, T. Craft, A. (2006) Documenting possibility thinking: A journey of collaborative enquiry, International Journal of Early Years Education, Special Issue on Creativity and Cultural Innovation in Early Childhood Education, 14(3), 243-262.

Grainger, T., Burnard, P. Craft, A. (2006) Pedagogy and possibility thinking in the Early Years. Thinking Skills and Creativity, 1(2), 26-38.

Burnard, P. (2006) Telling half the story: making explicit the significance of methods and methodologies in creative education. Music Education Research, 8(2), 143-152.

Burnard, P. (2006) Reflecting on the creativity agenda in education. Cambridge Journal of Education, 36(3), 313-321.

Burnard, P. (2004) Pupil-teacher conceptions and the challenge of learning: Lessons from a Year 8 creative classroom Improving Schools, 7(1), 23-34.

Burnard, P. and Younker, B.A. (2004) Creativity and individual composing pathways: perspectives within a cross-cultural framework'. International Journal of Music Education, 22(1), 59-76.

Burnard, P. (2002) Investigating children's meaning making and the emergence of musical interaction in group improvisation. British Journal of Music Education, 19(2) 157-172.

Burnard, P. and Younker, B.A. (2002) Mapping pathways: Fostering creativity in composition. Music Education Research, 4(2), 245-261.

Burnard, P. (2002) Into different worlds: what improvising and composing can mean to children. Music and Movement Education Quarterly, 34(4), 22-28. Cleveland: American Orff-Schulwerk Association.

Burnard, P. (2000) Examining experiential differences between improvisation and composition in children's music making. British Journal of Music Education, 17(3), 227-245.

Burnard, P. (2000) How children ascribe meaning to improvisation and composition: rethinking pedagogy in music education. Music Education Research, 2(1), 7-23.

Burnard, P . (1999) Bodily intention in children's improvisation and composition. Psychology of Music. 27(2), 159-174.

Burnard, P. (1995) Task design and experience in composition. Research Studies in Music Education, 5(2), 32-46


Burnard, P. (2024) A Transdisciplinary Manifesto for Future-Making Education. In J. Biddulph, E. Shuckburgh (Eds.) Education Visions: Thriving on Planet Earth. Cambridge University Press and Assessment.

Leoste, J., Burnard, P., Harris, D., Virtue, S., Blakeborough, J., Fenyvesi, K., Lavicsa, Z., and Marmor, K. (2024) A critical retelling of the implementing of telepresence robots to enhance learners' collaboration: Through a posthumanist new materialist and intersectionalist lens. In Papdakis and Kalogiannakis (Eds.) Education, Development and Intervention. SpringerNature.

Burnard, P., and Cooke, C. (2024) How transdiciplinary and improvisational creativities can nurture young composers and teachers as confident 'makers'. In M. Kaschub (Ed) The Oxford Handbook of Music Composition Pedagogy. Oxford.

Leoste, J., Burnard, P., Harris, D., (2023) A critical re-telling of the implementing of telepresence robots to enhance learners' collaboration: Through a Posthumanist New Materialist and Intersectionalist Lens. Chapter 7. In (Eds) Education, Development and Intervention: Toward Participatory and Integrated Solutions. 

Dale, P., Burnard, P., and Travis, R. (2023) Introduction Chapter. Music for Inclusion and Healing and Schools and Beyond: Hip Hop, Techno, Grime and More? Oxford University Press.

Burnard, P., Dale, P., Glenister, S., Reiss, J., Travis, R., Ganne, E., and Greasley, A. (2023) Pursuing diversity and inclusivity through Hip Hop music genres: Insights for mainstream music curricula. In C. Randles and P. Burnard (Eds.) The Routledge Companion to Creativities in Music Education. New York: Routledge. 

Burnard, P. (2023) Why impact and evaluation research matter? In P. Dale, P. Burnard and R. Travis (Eds.) Music for Inclusion and Healing in Schools and Beyond: Hip Hop, Techno, Grime, and More? Oxford University Press. 

Burnard, P. and Stahl, G. (2023) Coupling Bourdieu and Barad: Exploring the vitality of cross-cutting conceptual meetings. In G. Stahl, M. Mu, and P. Ayling (Eds.) The Bloomsbury Handbook of Bourdieu in Educational Research. Bloomsbury, pp. 47-59.

Burnard, P. and Cooke, C. (2023) Troubling terrains of diffractive rereadings: Performing transdisciplinary rematterings of music, mathematics and visual art materiality. In J. Chan and A. Bayley (Eds.) Diffracting New Materialisms: Emerging Methods in Artistic Research and Higher Education. London:Palgrave, pp. 235-264.

Burnard, P. and Sorensen, N. (2022) Making silence matter: Rethinking performance creativity as a catalysing space for sounding oneself in music education. In C. Randles and P. Burnard (Eds.) The Routledge Companion: Understanding Creativities in Music. New York: Routledge.

Burnard, P. (2022) Critical openings in performing transdisciplinary research as/in rebellion. In P. Burnard, E. Mackinlay., D. Rousell & T. Dragovic (Eds) Doing Rebellious Research in and beyond the Academy. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Brill-i-Sense.

Burnard, P. and Cooke, C. (2022) How transdisciplinary and improvisational creativities can nurture young composers and teachers as confident 'makers'. In M. Kaschub (Ed) Oxford Handbook of Music Composition Pedagogy. Section V: Nurturing Young Composers. USA: OUP. 

Burnard, P. and Dragovic, T. (2021) Celebrating the vision and legacy of Anna Craft: An ongoing inspiration. In J. Ogunleye and F. Reisman (Eds.), Celebrating Giants and Trailblazers: A-Z of Who's Who in Creativity Research. KIE Publications.

Biddulph, J. and Burnard, P. (2021) Storying the journey to new spaces of intercultural creative learning. In P. Burnard and M. Loughrey (Eds). Sculpting New Creativities In Primary Education. London: Routledge.

Girolgu, B., Hickey-Moody, A., Burnard, P., Gotlieb, R. et al (2021) Chapter 2: The social and emotional foundation of learning. UNESCO Handbook of International Science and Evidence-based Education Assessment.  

Szabo, T., Burnard, P., Harris, A., Fenyvesi, K., Soundararaj, G., Kangasvieri, T., (2021) Multiple creativities put to work for creative ecologies in teacher professional learning: A vision and practice of everyday creativity. The Palgrave Handbook of Creativity and Learning. London: Palgrave.

Burnard, P., and Loughrey, M. (2021) How diverse creativities unlock research and inspire change. In P. Burnard and M. Loughrey (Eds.) Sculpting New Creativities in Primary Education. (Unlocking Research/Inspiring Research Informed Practice series) London: Routledge.

Burnard, P., and Stahl, G. (2021) Mobilising capitals in the creative industries: An investigation of emotional and professional capital in women creatives navigating boundary-less careers. In R.Wright, G. Johansen (Ed.) The Routledge Handbook of the Sociology of Music Education, London: Routledge.

Burnard, P., Sinha, P., Steyn, C., Fenyvesi, K., Brownell, C., Werner, O., and Lavisza, Z. (2020) Reconfiguring STEAM through material enactments of mathematics and arts: A diffractive reading of young people's interdisciplinary math-artworks. In P. Burnard and L. Colucci-Gray (Eds.) Why Science and Arts Creativities Matter: Reconfiguring STEAM for Future-making Education. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Brill-I-Sense Publishers.

Burnard, P. and Colucci-Gray, L. (2020) Postlude (Un-)Conclusion: Disentangling the assemblage of science and arts creativities for future-making education. In P. Burnard and L. Colucci-Gray (Eds.) Why Science and Arts Creativities Matter: Reconfiguring STEAM for Future-making Education. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Brill-I-Sense Publishers.

Colucci-Gray, L., and Burnard, P. (2020) Prelude. In P. Burnard and L. Colucci-Gray (Eds.) Why Science and Arts Creativities Matter: Reconfiguring STEAM for Future-making Education. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Brill-I-Sense Publishers.

Fenyvesi, K., Brownell, C., Burnard, P., Sinha, P., Werner, O., Steyn, C., and Lavisza, Z. (2019) Mathematics and Art connections expressed in artworks by South African students. In S. Wuppuluri and D. Wu (Eds.) On Art and Science, part of L.Bresler's series Landscapes The Arts, Aesthetics and Education. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer.

Colucci-Gray, L., Burnard, P., Gray, D.S. and Cooke, C.F. (2019). STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, with Art). In P. Thomson (ed.), Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Education. Oxford University Press, pp. 1-26.

Burnard, P.(2019) Educating professional musicians: Gender equality, career creativities and strategies for change in institutional leadership. Chapter 5 in D. Bennett, J. Rowley and P. Schmidt (Eds). Leadership and Musician Development in Higher Music Education, pp.62-80. London: Routledge.

Burnard, P., Dragovic, T., Heaton, R., Rogers, B. (2019) Why policy matters particularly for professional doctorates.  C. Costley and J. Fulton (Eds.) Methodologies for Practice Research: Approaches for Professional Doctorates. London: SAGE.

Burnard, P. (2019) Educating professional musicians, gender equality and career creativities: Strategies for change in institutional leadership. In D. Bennett, J. Rowley, and P. Schmidt (Eds.) The Routledge Handbook on Leadership in, and through, Music Education. London: Routledge.

Colucci-Gray, L., Burnard, P., Gray, D., and Cooke, C. (2019) A critical review of STEAM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics, with art).  In The Oxford Research Encylopedia of Education. Oxford: OUP. Online Publication Date: Mar 2019 Doi:10.1093/acrefore/97801902640093.013.398.

Burnard, P. (2019) Artistic Re-search from Different Practice Perspectives: Why Diverse Creativities Matter? In Jefatura de Estudios (Ed) Congreso Internacional de Investigación y Creación en las Enseñanzas Artísticas Superiores de la Comunidad de Madrid Proceedings.

Burnard, P. (2019) Intercultural arts. In The Oxford Encylopedia of Qualitative Research Methods in Education. Oxford: OUP

Burnard, P. (2019) Forward: On recognising gender inequalities in higher music education. In G. Crimmins (Ed.) Strategies for Resisting Sexism in the Academy: Higher Education, Gender, and Intersectionality. London: Palgrave.

Burnard, P., Dragovic, T., Cook, P. and Jasilek, S. (2018) Connecting arts activism, diverse creativities and embodiment through practice as research. In L. de Bruin, S. Davis and P. Burnard (Eds.) Creativities in Arts Education, Research and Practice: International Perspectives for the Future of Learning and Teaching, pp.271-290. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Brill-I-Sense Publishers. 

de Bruin, L., Burnard, P., and Davis. S. (2018) Propositions and provocations for advancing learning and teaching through creativities and the arts: Creativities, convulsions and ongoing considerations.  In L. de Bruin, P. Burnard and S. Davies (Eds.) Creativities in Arts Education, Research and Practice: International Perspectives for the Future of Learning and Teaching, pp. 291-294. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Brill-I-Sense.

de Bruin, L., Burnard, P., and Davis, S. (2018) Connecting creativities in the arts: Exploring diverse creativities in arts practice and arts-based research. In L. de Bruin, P. Burnard and S. Davies (Eds.) Creativities in Arts Education, Research and Practice: International Perspectives for the Future of Learning and Teaching, pp.1-14. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Brill-I-Sense.

Burnard, P., Ross, V., Hassler, L., and Murphy, L. (2018) Translating intercultural creativities in the practice of community musicians. In B. Bartlett and L. Higgins (Eds) The Oxford Handbook of Community Music, pp. 229-242, Oxford: OUP.

Burnard, P. (2018) Commentary: Musical creativity/ies as practice. In G. McPherson and G. Welch (Eds) Creativities, Technologies and Media in Music Teaching and Learning: An Oxford Handbook of Music Education, Volume 5, pp.3-21. Oxford: OUP.

Leong, S., Burnard P. Jeanneret, N., Leung, B. and Waugh, C. (2018) Assessing creativity in music: International perspectives and practices. In G. McPherson and G. Welch (Eds) Creativities, Technologies and Media in Music Teaching and Learning: An Oxford Handbook of Music Education, Volume 5, pp.74-94. Oxford: OUP.

Burnard, P., Holliday, C., Jasilek, S., and Nikolova, A. (2017) 'Artists and arts-based method use in higher education: A living inquiry of an academic programme in a school of education'. In T. Chemi and X. Du (Eds) Arts-based Methods and Organizational Learning: Higher Education Around The World. Series Title - Palgrave Studies in Business, Arts and Humanities. Palgrave Macmillan.

Burnard, P., Dragovic, T., Jasilek, S., Fenyvesi, K., Rolls, L., Durning, A., and Biddulph, J. (2017) 'The art of co-creating possibility spaces for fostering STEAM practices in primary education'. In X. Du and T. Chemi (Eds)  Innovation and Change in Education Cross-cultural Perspectives Special Issue: Arts-based Methods in Education Across the World. River Publishers.

Burnard, P., (2018) Commentary: Musical Creativity as Practice. In P. Burnard, E. Himonides & M. Thibeault (Eds) Volume 5: Creativities, Media and Technologies in Music Learning and Teaching: An Oxford Handbook of Music Education. Oxford: OUP.

Burnard, P. (2017) Classroom creativities, pedagogic partnership and the improvisatory space of creative teaching and learning. In R. Maclean (Ed.) Life in Schools and Classrooms: Past Present and Future, (pp.211-222), Singapore: Springer.

Burnard, P., Florack, F., Blackwell, A., Aaron, S., Philbin, C. (2017) Learning from live coding. In A. King, E. Himonides and A. Ruthmann (Eds) The Routledge Companion to Music, Technology, and Education (pp. 37-49). London: Routledge.

Burnard, P. (2017) The imperative and possibility of diverse musical creativities in policy and practice. In M. Stakelum, R. Girdljauskiene (Eds) European Perspectives on Music Education, Vol 7, EAS publication.

Hofvander Trulsson, Y., and Burnard, P. (2016) Insider, outsider or cultures in-between: ethical and methodological considerations in intercultural arts research. In P. Burnard, E. Mackinlay and K. Powell (Eds.) The Routledge International Handbook of Intercultural Arts Research (pp. 115-126) London: Routledge.

Burnard, P. (2016) Creativities in the paths to a career. Professional musicians, gender and the case for institutional change. In E.Chong et al (Eds.) Proceedings of the 21st International Seminar of the ISME Commission on the Education of the Professional Musician (CEPROM) University of St. Andrews, St. Andrews, Fife, Scotland 20-23 July 2016. ISME publication, (pp.197-197) ISBN: 978-0-9942055-8-2 (eBook)

Burnard, P. (2016) The professional doctorate. In P. Burnard, T. Dragovic, J. Flutter and J. Alderton (Eds.) Transformative Doctoral Research Practices for Professionals (pp.15-29). Rotterdam, Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

Burnard, P. (2016) Considering creative teaching in relation to creative learning: Developing a knowing-doing orientation for change in higher music education (pp.49-64). In E. Haddon and P. Burnard (Eds.) Creative Teaching for Creative Learning in Higher Music Education. London: Routledge.

Burnard, P. and Haddon, E. (2015) Introduction: The imperative of diverse musical creativities in academia and industry (pp.3-21). In P. Burnard and E. Haddon (Eds.) Activating Diverse Musical Creativities. London: Bloomsbury.

Haddon, E. and Burnard, P. (2015) Conclusion: Musical creativities and entrepreneurship in higher music education: Activating new possibilities. (261-282). In P. Burnard and E. Haddon (Eds.) Activating Diverse Musical Creativities. London: Bloomsbury.

Burnard, P. (2015) (Re-)Positioning creativities in relation to effective arts pedagogy: UK perspectives on teaching for creativity and teaching creatively in the arts. In J. Fleming, M. Anderson, and R. Givson (Eds.) How Arts Education Makes  a Difference: Examining Successful Practice and Pedagogy in the Classroom. London: Routledge.

Soderman, J., Burnard, P., and Hofvander-Trulsson, Y. (2015) Contextualising Bourdieu in the field of music and music education (pp.1-12). In P. Burnard., Y. Hofvander Trulsson and J. Soderman (Eds.) Bourdieu and The Sociology of Music Education. Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate Publishing Limited.

Burnard, P. (2015) Working with Bourdieu's cultural analysis and legacy: Alignments and allegicances in developing career creativities (pp. 193-208). In P. Burnard., Y. Hofvander Trulsson and J. Soderman (Eds.) Bourdieu and The Sociology of Music Education. Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate Publishing Limited.

Hofvander-Trulsson, Y., Burnard, P., and Soderman, J. (2015) Bourdieu and musical learning in a globalised world (pp 209-222). In P. Burnard., Y. Hofvander Trulsson and J. Soderman (Eds.) Bourdieu and The Sociology of Music Education. Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate Publishing Limited.

Burnard, P. and Nikolova, A. with Ellie Mann and Dan Daly (2015) Teachers professional learning with artists: Transforming educational practice using creative arts-based reflective tools  In P. Burnard, B. Apelgren., and N. Cabaroglu (Eds.) Critical Issues in the Future of Learning and Teaching. Amsterdam: Sense Publishers.

Bennett, D., and Burnard, P. (2015) The development and impact of (human) professional capital creativities on higher education graduates: Lessons underpinned by Bourdieu. In R. Communion and A. Gilmore (Eds.) Higher Education and the Creative Economy. London: Routledge.

Burnard, P., Hassler, L., Murphy, L. and de Jong, O. (2015) The imperative of diverse musical creativities as practices of social justice. In C. Benedict, P. Schmidt, G. Spruce and P. Woodford (Eds.) The Oxford Companion to Social Justice and Music Education. London: Routledge.

Burnard, P., Apelgren, B. and Cabaroglu, N. (2015) Researching teachers: Teachers researching as teaching practice. In P. Burnard, B. Apelgren and N. Cabaroglu (Eds.) Transformative Teacher Research: Theory and Practice for the C21st (pp.103-113) Rotterdam, The Netherlands: SensePublishers. 

Apelgren, B., Burnard, P., and Cabaroglu, N. (2015) Theory-Use in Teacher Research. In P. Burnard, B. Apelgren and N. Cabaroglu (Eds.) Transformative Teacher Research: Theory and Practice for the C21st (pp.3-12) Rotterdam, The Netherlands: SensePublishers.

Burnard, P. (2014) Addressing the politics of practice-based research and its potential contribution to Higher Music Education. In S. Harrison (Ed) Research and Research Education in Music Performance and Pedagogy, pp. 133-150. Dordrecht: Springer. 

Burnard, P.  and Fautley, M. (2014) Assessing diverse creativities in music: A spectrum of challenges, possibilities and practices.In M. Fleming, J. O'Toole and L. Bresler (Eds.) The Routledge International Handbook of Arts in Education. London: Routledge.

Burnard, P. (2013a) Championing the significance of creativities in higher music education. In P. Burnard (Ed) Developing Creativities in Higher Music Education: International perspectives and Practices, pp. 1-11. London: Routledge.

Burnard, P. (2013b) A spectrum of musical creativities and particularities of practice. In P. Burnard (Ed) Developing Creativities in Higher Music Education: International perspectives and Practices, pp. 75-87. London: Routledge.

Burnard, P. (2013c) Leadership creativities and leadership development in higher music education. In P. Burnard (Ed) Developing Creativities in Higher Music Education: International perspectives and Practices, pp. 211-233. London: Routledge.

Burnard, P. (2013d) Addressing the politics of practice-based research and its potential contribution to higher music education. In S. Harrison (Ed) Research and Research Education in Music Performance and Pedagogy, pp. 133-151. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer.

Burnard, P. (2013e) Problematising what counts as knowledge and the production of creativities in music. In E. Georgii-Hemming, P. Burnard and S. Holgersen (Eds.) Professional Knowledge in Music Teacher Education, pp. 97-110. Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate.

Holgersen, S. and Burnard, P. (2013f) Different types of knowledges forming professionalism: A vision of post-millenial music teacher education, pp. 198-202. Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate.

Burnard, P. (2013g) Championing creative musicianship. In I. Malmberg and A. de Vugt. European Perspectives on Music Education I: Artistry and Craftmanship, pp. 63-77. Germany/Austria: Helbling.

Burnard, P. and Power, A. (2013h) Issues in conceptions of creativity and creativity assessment in music education. In K. Thomas and J. Chan (Eds.) Handbook of Research in Creativity, pp. 158-172. Sydney, Australia: Edward Elgar.

Burnard, P. and Biddulph, J. (2013i) Music. In R. Jones and D. Wyse (Eds) Creativity in the Primary Curriculum, pp. 130-148. (2nd edition), London:Routledge.

Burnard, P. (2013j)  Reflection on the conceptual bases of Peter Webster's Creative Thinking in Music' In J. Richmond and M. Hickey (Eds.) Coming About: A Retrospective Review of, and Reflections on, the Writings of Peter Webster, pp. 20-44. Chicago: Bienen School of Music, Northwestern University, USA (soon to be published as an iBook).

Burnard, P. (2012) The practice of diverse compositional creativities. In D. Colllins (Ed) The Act of Musical Composition - Studies in the Creative Process, pp.111-138. Ashgate: SEMPRE Psychology of Music Series.

Burnard, P. (2012) Building international collaborative networks through creative professional practice. In C. Harrison and S. Hennessy (Eds.) 'Listen Out: International perspectives on music education', pp.95-104. Matlock, Derbyshire: National Association of Music Educators (NAME).

Burnard, P. (2011) Using the metaphor and tool of 'Rivers of Musical Experience' for reflecting on musical pathways. In C. Harrison and L. McCullough (Eds.)  Musical Pathways, pp. 168-179. Matlock, Derbyshire: National Association of Music Educators (NAME).

Cain, T. and Burnard, P. (2011) Teachers and pupils as researchers: Paradigms for researching school music. In G. Spruce and C. Philpott (Eds.) Debates in Music Education. London: Routledge.

Burnard, P. and Triantafyllaki, A. (2012) Exploring the sociality of creativity using narrative enquiry: Where the self and the social meet in contemporary composers' musical lifeworlds.  In S. O'Neill (Ed.) Personhood and Music Learning: Multidisciplinary Perspectives and Narrative Voices. CMEA/ACME Biennial Book Series, Research to Practice. Canada.

Burnard, P. (2012) Rethinking musical creativity. In O. Odena (Ed) Musical Creativity: Insights From Music Education Research (pp. 5-28). Aldershot, Hants: Ashgate.

Rabinowitch, T., Cross, I., Burnard, P., (2011) Between consciousnesses: Embodied musical intersubjectivity, in: Reynolds, D.and Reason, M. (Eds), Kinesthetic Empathy in Creative and Cultural Practices. Portland, USA: Intellect Press.

Leong, S., Burnard, P., Jeannert, N., Leung, B. and Waugh, C. (2012) Assessing creativity in music: International perspectives and practices. In G. McPherson and G. Welch (Eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Music Education. New York: Oxford University Press.

Burnard, P. (2011) Creativity, pedagogic partnerships, and the improvisatory space of teaching. In K. Sawyer (Ed.) Structure and Improvisation in Creative Teaching. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Burnard, P. (2011) Constructing assessment for creative learning. In J. Sefton-Green, P. Thomson, L. Bresler and K. Jones (Eds.) The Routledge International Handbook of Creative Learning. London: RoutledgeFalmer.

Burnard, P. and Younker, B.A. (2010) Towards a broader conception of creativity in the music classroom: A case for using Engestrom's Activity Theory as a bases for researching and characterising group music-making practices. In R. Wright (Ed.) Sociology of Music Education, pp. 165-191, Aldershot: Ashgate.

Burnard, P. and Bjork, C. (2010) Using student voice research to understand and improve musical learning. In C. Harrison and J. Finney (Eds.) Finding The Student Voice, (pp. 24-33). Matlock, Derbyshire: National Association of Music Educators (NAME).

Burnard, P., Kelly, E. and Biddulph, J. (2010) Mapping the creative journeying in practitioner research. In M. Khine and I. Saleh (Eds.) Practitioner Research: Teachers' Investigations in Classroom Teaching, pp. 1-15.  Hauppage, New York, USA: Nova Science Publishers. ISBN 978-1-61761-744-7.

Burnard, P. (2010) Creative learning in music and educational renewal. In J. Ballantyne and B. Bartleet (Eds.) Navigating Music and Sound Education, pp. 51-76, Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Burnard, P. (2009) Researching children's creativity and the PhD process. In D. Forrest (Ed.) Journeying: Reflections on Doctoral Studies by Australian Music Educators, pp. 33-43. ASME Monograph No. 6. North Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing.

Burnard, P. (2009) Higher purpose: On putting the Arts at the heart of Higher Education. National Campaign for the Arts (NCA), Newsletter, June.

Burnard, P. (2009) Progression in musical composition. In H. Coll and A. Lamont (Eds). Sound Progress: Exploring Musical Development, pp. 73-79. Matlock, Derbyshire: National Association of Music Educators (NAME).

Burnard, P. (2008) Creative learning and progression in the arts. In M. Rouhete (Ed) Evaluating the Impact of Arts and Cultural Education: A European and International Research Symposium, (pp. 161-172). Paris: La Documentation Francaise, Centre Pompidou.

Burnard, P. (2008/2006) Rethinking the imperatives for reflective practices in arts education. In P. Burnard and S. Hennessy (Eds.) Reflective Practices in Arts Education, pp. 3-13. Dordrecht: Springer.

Burnard, P. (2007) Creativity and technology: critical agents of change in the work and lives of music teachers. In J. Finney and P. Burnard (Eds.) Music Education with Digital Technology, pp. 196-206. London: Continuum.

Burnard, P. (2007) Routes to understanding musical creativity. In L. Bresler (Ed) International Handbook of Research in Arts Education, pp. 1197-1212. Dordrecht: Springer.

Burnard, P. (2007) Provocations in creativity research. In L.Bresler (Ed) Handbook of Research in Arts Education, pp. 1171-1178. Dordrecht: Springer.

Burnard, P. (2006) The individual and social worlds of children's creativity. In G. McPherson. The Child Musician, pp. 353-375. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Burnard, P. (2006) Understanding children's meaning-making as composers. In I. Deliege and G. Wiggins (Eds.) Musical Creativity: Multidisciplinary Research in Theory and Practice, pp. 146-167. New York: Psychology Press, Taylor and Francis Group.

Burnard, P. (2005) What matters in teaching creatively? In Elliott, D (Ed) Praxial Music Education: Reflections and Dialogues, pp.267-271. New York, Oxford University Press.

Burnard, P. (2004) Reflecting on music learning and rethinking contexts. In Bartel, L (Ed.) Questioning the Music Education Paradigm, pp. 244-257. Alberta: Canadian Educator's Association.

Burnard, P. (2003) 'How musical are you?' Examining the discourse of derision in music education. In Leong, S. (Ed) Musicianship in the 21stcentury: Issues, Trends and Possibilities, pp. 28-39, Sydney: Australian Music Centre.

Burnard, P. (2002) 'Teaching and assessing children's musical improvisation'. Harris, D. & Paterson, A. (Eds.) How Are You Doing: Learning and Assessment in Music, pp. 26-35, National Association of Music Educators (NAME).


23 May, 2024 Why does the pluralism of creativities matter? Possibility Studies Network Provocation, UK

22 May, 2024 Transdisciplinary and STEAM Education research insights: What have we learned? Road STEAMer, Consortium Meeting University of Exeter, UK

22-26 April 2024 Broadening conceptions of creativities for possibility learning. Torrance Festival of Ideas, convenor Anna Abraham, Greece, EU.

14 March, 2024 Insights from transdisciplinary research in music education and diverse musical creativities. Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong. 

22 Feb, 2024 Advancing how we learn, think and create entrepreneurially. BAM, Liverpool, UK. 

Nov, 2023 Creativity, Sciences (and Futurity) of learning and Artificial Intelligences: What would Maxine Greene Do? Faculty of Education, The University of Melbourne. Australia.

October, 2023 How to improve training quality for students and teachers life (SDG4)? Insights from the Creative Learning 4 Bioeconomy Project. Danilo Audiello, Antonia Symeonidou, Mariontonietta Fiore, Fedele Colantuono, Pamela Burnard. Le theatre national Mohammed-V, Morocco. 

23-24 September, 2023 What matters? Artfulness Croatia Conference 2023, convened by Antonija Balic,, Croatia.

11-12 September, 2023 What is it to be a rebellious researcher? International Creative Research Methods Conference convenor Dr Helen Kara, Manchester, UK

5-9 September, 2023 Creative Learning 4 BioEconomy innovation in HE Summer Programme, Aveira, Portugal.

17-21 July 2023 What do diverse creativities make possible? Possibility Conference Dublin Central University Ireland

30 May, 2023 Unleashing Research that enhances Teachers' Creativities.  Singapore Teachers Academy. Singapore. 

8-9 May, 2023 'Why arts matter' for the Global Summit: Children Need Arts. Copenhagen, Denmark.

30-31 March, 2023 Writing theses differently: Departures in academic writing in Doctoral Education. A second paper on 'Becoming with: extraordinary ways of being and doing post qualitative supervision. The International Conference on Professional and practice Based Doctorates, UKCGE, YORK, UK. 

24-25 March, 2023  First International Conference on Creative Approaches to Learning and Teaching (CALT), at the The Faculty of Education Osijek, Croatia. 

17th October, 2022 Making progress in embedding creative teaching practices in schools. Panel. Creativity in Education Summit 2022 DAY 1 for the Global Institute of Creative Thinking (GLoCT) at the OECD Conference Centre, CERI, Paris France. 

18th October, 2022 How teaching for 'creative thinking' can unleash new creativities in co-authoring future-making education: What matters? Creativity in Education Summit 2022 DAY 2 at the The British Library, London.

September, 2022 'Performing Rebellious Research' 3rd International Artistic and Scientific Conference on Arts and Creativities in Education. Zagreb, Croatia

July, 2021 'A reconceptualisation of multiple creativities'. A keynote presented at 70 Years of Research into Creativity: JP Guilford's Role and Today's Focus. Knowledge, Innovation and Enterprise (KIE) Conference Proceedings.
March, 2021 'Why the arts matter especially in early childhood education' A keynote presented at Children Need Arts - Global Summit 2020, Copenhagen hosted by the Danish organisation, Board of Directors of Barndrommen, with support from the Danish Ministry of Culture, Denmark.

March, 2021 7th International Conference on Professional & Practice-Based Doctorates (UK council for Graduate Education UKCG) Conference Theme: The role of practice in doctoral degrees. Our paper: "Exploring the interconnectedness of practice, policy and impact in 'professional' doctorates. Co-authors  Pamela Burnard, Tatjana Dragovic, Barry Rogers and Rebecca Heaton. The Racecourse, York, UK. 
3 August, 2020 Organising children and youth mathematical art exhibits and interpreting MathArt-works through a Collaborative Transdisciplinary Practice with Kristóf Fenyvesi, Christopher Brownell, Pamela Burnard, Carine Steyn, Werner Olivier, Pallawi Sinha, Zsolt Lavicza, Saara Lehto and Kirsi Peltonen
The International Bridges Conference, Helsinki, Finland.
July, 2020 The role of play in diverse creativities. Fulmouth University conference for entrepreneurs. Online, UK. 

November (19th), 2019  (Re-)Configuring the 'a' in STE(A)M: The Potential/Perceived Impact for Creative Industries.  Creative Cambridge: a one-day event to spark constructive conversations between Cambridge researchers and industry experts in the creative sector. McGrath Centre, Cambridge, UK

November (14th), 2019 Visuality and STEAM education: Why (re-)configuring the 'A' stimulates diverse creativities. Visual Studies and Learning Design (BILD) Visuality Technology Learning Annual Meeting, The Animation Workshop, Kasernevej, Viborg, Denmark

November (2-3), 2019 What is arts education for? Battle of Ideas, a weekend festival of 100 diverse public discussions, fields of expertise and political perspectives. The  Barbican Centre, London

October, 2019 Be(com)ing creative professionals. The School of Creative Industries, University of Newcastle, Australia

October, 2019, Practical and theorised creativities for rethinking education for creative professionals. The inaugural Creativity/ies in Higher Education Network (CHEN) two-day symposium, Sydney. Australia.

May, 2019 Mobilising capitals in the music (and creative) industries. Investigating women creatives. Symposium Exploring Gender Dynamics in the Music Industry. Department of Arts, Culture and Media, University of Groningen, The Netherlands.

Feb-March, 2019  Connecting theory, design and practice-based research methods. International Congress of Research and Creation in Higher Educations. Madrid Royal Conservatoire, Spain.

August, 2018 Gendered participation in and representation of diverse creativities across education sectors and creative industries in the UK at The Creativity Conference Southern Oregon University, USA.

July, 2, 2018 Keynote at University of Derby Innovating with Arts-based Research Methods in Education at The Creative Research Methods Symposium, Derby, UK.  

June, 14, 2018 Keynote on What exactly to EdDs tell us that differentiates them from PhDs in education research? St Mary's University Annual Doctoral Conference, Twickenham, UK.

May, 19-20, 2018  Can music education be more than an endangered subject in the UK? Symposium on 'The Global Decline of Music Education' at The Social Impact of Music Making' Conference, Porto, Portugal. 

March, 22-23, 2018 'What’s Unique about the Professional Doctorate? Voicing the changing landscape of EdD practices and the journeying of researching professionals in a changing landscape' at The 6th International Conference on Professional Doctorates (ICPD2018) themed 'Professional Doctorates in a Changing Landscape', Friends House, London, UK lead by Angus Burns, events Officer UKCGE.

Feb, 12-15, 2018 Nordic Network for Research in Music Education (NNMPF) Conference 'Methodological encounters in connection - multi-, trans-, and inter-disciplinary research', Oslo, Norway.

Nov, 24, 2017 Researching interculturally: Conceptual and methodological issues. AHRC-funded doctoral training event. University of London, UK. 

Nov, 1-2, 2017 Science of Mind and Arts (SMA) Inaugural Symposium, 'Rethinking (and thinking on) the theories and practices of STEAM' University of Jyvaskyla, Finland. 

Sept, 25, 2017 STEAMed Up! at the 2017 MyCambridge Marketplace: Constructing Cultural Lives, The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, UK.

July, 9, 2017 AISS (Activating Inclusive Sound Spaces Conference),  'Equality, Powersharing and Pipelines for Career Creativities', Huddersfield, UK.
June, 20-24, 2017 MERYC (Music Educators and Researchers of Young Children) Conference 'Creating Possibilities and Meaning Making: (re-)Viewing Spaces of Practice and Weaving Connections', Cambridge, UK.

June, 30, 2017 Cambridge EdFest 'Creativity Mythbusting: An Interactive STEAMed session, UAR, Cambridge, UK.

January, 25, 2017 TEDx Salon Talk 'Busting Creativity Myths', Cambridge. UK.

March, 11, 2016 'STEAM education and Creative Pedagogies for 21st Century Learners', E.S.T.E.A.M. Teaching and Learning Conference 2017, The Royal Masonic School for Girls, Rickmansworth, UK.

November, 31, 2016 AARE 'Addressing the politics of diverse creativities and reflexivities as researchers: Defining 'practice' in relation to 'research' Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE) Creativity Summit, in Melbourne, Australia.

November, 22, 2016 Homerton College Seminar Series 'Arts-based' and 'STEAMed' research approaches: Intersections of interdisciplinary research with visual and performing intercultural arts practices. Homerton College, Cambridge Research Seminar Series, Cambridge

November, 21, 2015 (PAME) 'Pedagogic creativities and the contemporary music classroom' Annual Conference of APEM (Portuguese Association of Music Education), in Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation in Lisbon, Portugal.

May, 7-9, 2015 'Why creativities matter' IV Symposium on the Paradigms of Teaching Musical Instruments in the XX1 Century, University of Evora, Portugal.

February, 28, 2015 'The beautiful risk of creativities in education' London Festival of Education, Institute of Education, London, UK

February, 18-21, 2015 'Assessing creativities' Fifth International Symposium on Assessment in Music Education, connecting Practice, Measurement and Evaluation. Williamsburg Conference Centre, Virginia, USA.

Dec 10, 2014 (CAN) 'Evaluating the creative and cultural turn: Towards a new discourse' Keynote at the Cambridge Arts Network Conference: The Creative City, Cambridge, UK.

November, 7-9, 2014 (SMEI) 'Activating diverse creativities in music education' 'Society for Music Education in Ireland (SMEI), CIT Cork School of Music and Academy of Popular Music, Cork, Ireland.

September 4-6, 2014 Creativities, musicalities and Entrepreneurships. International Conference at The Institute of Contemporary Music Performance, London, UK.

May 16, 2014 (MEYRC) Creativities in the interplay between children and educators as creative practitioners: Activating new possibilities. Music in the Early Years Research Conference Malmo University, Sweden.

May 13, 2014 (HEA) Ways of creatively 'Me-searching' and 'Re-searching' as Practioner-based and Practice-based Researchers' The Higher Education Academy Conference, The Manchester Museum, University of Manchester, UK. 

May 6, 2014 (NAMHE) Learning communities: Co-creating creativities, vision and ways of sharing practice in Higher Music Education. National Association for Music in Higher Education (NAMHE) Conference at Bath Spa University,  Bath, UK.

April, 29, 2014 (IICE) Rethinking creativities and entrepreneurialism in education. Ireland International Conference on Education (IICE, 2014) Dublin, Ireland. 

February, 5-7, 2014 (GTEAC) What we understand as creativities in music education. Conference hosted by the Granada Teacher Education Centre at University of Granada, Spain. 

November, 2013 Rethinking compositional pedagogy in an age of multiple musical creativities.Three day congress organised by Finnish ISME at the Sibelius Academy, University of the Arts, Helsinki, Finland.

September, 2013 (NMC) Creating communities of new practice: Designing the learning spaces and assessment for learning between comfort and risk. National Music Conference Singapore.

April, 2013 (RIME) Creativities in the context of teaching and learning in higher music education' The 8th International Conference for Research in Music Education, 9-13th April, Exeter, UK.

November, 2012 Taught sessions and research seminars on 'Developing multiple creativities in Higher Education teaching and assessment strategies'Ludwig Maximillians Universitat Munchen, Germany.

November, 2012 Congres 2012 Conference Keynote Musical Creativities and Music Learning Benefits for the 21st Learner. Universite Laval Quebec(QC) Quebec Conference Centre, Quebec, Canada

October, 2012 Hampshire Secondary Music Teachers CPD Conference Keynote on 'Musical Creativities in the Classroom: Insights from Research into Practice', Winchester, UK

October, 2012 International Music Institutions Leaders Forum, Beijing Conservatory, China

June, 2012, Children's Well-being and the Arts, Action for Children's Arts Conference 2012, Unicorn Theatre, London

June, 2012, Expanding the concept of creativity: Creativities in practice. University of Exeter, Research Seminar Series, Exeter.

June, 2012, Creative Journeying: Coming to terms with the production of knowledges in educational research. Kaleidoscope Conference 2012, Cambridge

May, 2012, Creativities in society: Understanding real world practice. World Conference of Art, Design and Education, Cesar's Palace, Alatalya, Turkey

April, 2012 (EAMS) Creative musicianship. European Association of Music in Schools. Royal Conservatory, The Hague, Netherlands. 

March, 2012 (MENC), Researching musical creativities in practice. MENC, Creativity SRIG, St. Louis, Missouri, USA 

September, 2011, 2nd Biennial Euro-Meditteranean Music Conference, Cyprus Music Institution, Nicosia, Cyprus

July, 2011, ASME National Conference, Queensland, Australia

April, 2011, RIME International Conference, Exeter, UK*

July, 2010 'The Ideal Partner' CP Conference, Norwich, UK.

May, 2010 'Resituating creativity discourses in education and the arts', University of Exeter, UK.

November, 2009 BERA SIG Conference Day 'Situating creativity in education and the arts', Cambridge, UK.

October 2009 (WAAE) 'Creativity and Innovation in Arts Education' World Arts Alliance Education (WAAE) 2009 World Summit, Newcastle, UK

July 2009 (ANZARME), 'Modulating Pedagogical Spaces for Creativity and Innovation in Music Education' Music Education Canterbury '09 Conference, Christchurch, New Zealand*

June 2009 (EEMANE) 'Inspiring Creativity in Primary Music Education' 3rd International EEMANE Conference, Athens, Greece

March 2009, 'The Creative Professional' presented at the International Professional Development Association (IPDA) Conference Ireland

March 2009, 'Creative Partnerships: Appropriating a new professionalism?' presented at The Anglian Ruskin University, Creativity Symposium, UK.

July 2009, 'Situating Creativity in Music and Music Education Contexts' China Conservatory, Beijing.

November 2008, 'Creativity, Disciplines, Interdisciplinarity and Paradigms' Hong Kong, China*

June 2008, 'Creativity and Contemporary Practices in Music Education' World Creativity Summit Taipei, Taiwan, China

March 2008, 'Creative Learning and Progression in the Arts' A European and International Research Symposium, Centre Pompidou Paris, France

October 2007, 'Researching with visual- and creative-based methodologies', Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain

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