Gerardo Acosta Martínez

PhD Student

ORCID: 0000-0002-0603-2236


  • Voice Science and Acoustics
  • Sound Recording
  • Music Performance


Gerardo holds a BEng in Electronic Engineering and a MSc in Applied Sciences from the Autonomous University of San Luis Potosi. He is currently a PhD student in Music Technology at the University of York, and his research focuses on studying music interaction and synchronization in group singing using vibrato and perceptual features.

Associated Projects

  • Vibrato and blend in the aesthetics of group singing

Highlighted Publications

  • “A pilot study of vocal vibrato incorporating nonlinear time series analysis” – Gerardo Acosta Martínez, Helena Daffern
  • “The role of vibrato in choral singing: A systematic review” – Gerardo Acosta Martínez, Helena Daffern
  • “Vibrato dynamics in group singing: Understanding vibrato behaviour through dynamical systems theory” – Gerardo Acosta Martínez, Helena Daffern