Dr Dan Tidhar

Dan Tidhar’s research interests include digital musicology, music information retrieval, and performance practice, especially in the context of early music.

He holds a harpsichord performance degree as well as a PhD in computer science.

He has previously worked at the Centre for Digital Music at Queen Mary, University of London (music information retrieval in a semantic web environment; analysis of harpsichord recordings and temperament estimation) and at the Centre for Music and Science in Cambridge.

He contributed to the ‘Shaping music in performance’ project, focusing on gesture analysis and visualisation.