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Madeline Huberth

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Madeline Huberth

M.A., University of Cambridge (Gates Cambridge Scholar)
B.M. (Cello Performance), University of Michigan
B.S. (Interdisciplinary Physics), University of Michigan
Dissertation Title: 
Perception and Performance of Implied Polyphonic Textures: Factors of Pitch Organization


Madeline Huberth is the Geballe Graduate Fellow and a doctoral candidate at Stanford University’s Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics. Her research intersects music psychology and the study of gesture in performance, exploring production and perception of polyphony using EEG, motion capture, and behavioral studies. She also performs and composes for the Stanford Laptop Orchestra, with a focus on gesture in new computer-mediated instruments. Prior to coming to CCRMA, she received a B.M. in Cello Performance and a B.S. in Interdisciplinary Physics from the University of Michigan, and her masters from the University of Cambridge as a Gates Cambridge Scholar.