Current Research Interests 


PhD student at the Centre for Digital Music - Queen Mary University of London. My research is supported by the MAT programme. I am a member of the Augmented Instruments Laboratory,  


Some of the questions that are currently buzzing in my mind:

  • What can an instrument tell us about the tacit assumptions and expectations that are at the genesis of the design process? 
  • How specific musical knowledge and values are embedded within a new musical instrument? 
  • How specific expertises related to different educations, backgrounds and cultural environment influence the design of a new musical instrument?
  • Being even more cryptic: how subjectivities are transferred/translated into a new music design?

Here you can find some more details on my doctoral quests.



Conference Papers


  • Gourdarzi, V., Gioti, A., Lepri, G., and Morreale, F. - Exploring Participatory Sound Art. Proc. International Conference on Music Computing (ICMC) 2019, New York City, New York, USA. 2019.
  • Lepri, G., Canepa, C., Volpe, G., Ghisio, S., Camurri, A. -  Crafting Sound with the Potter, In Proceedings of the 20th Colloquium on Music Informatics, (pp. 101-106). 2016

Conference Posters


  • Lepri, G. Where does your instrument come from? EiTIC Doctoral Student Workshop, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, 2018.


Master Thesis 


  • Composing Interaction - Supervised by Kristina Andersen and Joel Ryan - Instruments & Interfaces Master Programme - Royal Conservatory of The Hague - Institute of Sonology - STEIM - 2016

Journal articles




Research Projects I had the pleasure to work on


  • EPSRC UK Research & Innovation - Design for Virtuosity: Modelling and Supporting Expertise in Digital Musical Interaction
  • EU Culture METABODY  - “Media Embodiment Tékhne And Bridges Of Diversity”
  • EU ICT MIROR  - "Musical Interaction Relying On Reflexion"
  • EU ICT SIEMPRE -  “Social Interaction Entrainment using Music Performance”