The organisers and participants agreed that the workshop was a great success. It aims were achieved both as a public event, and in terms of developing contributions to the forthcoming volume on Aesthetics of Rhythm. Participants commented that there was genuine cross-disciplinary exchange, something that is very hard to achieve in aesthetics and philosophy generally. The workshop proved very worthwhile as a preparation for the Oxford University Press volume, as ideas were exchanged and some parameters for debate settled. But it also served very well to introduce the project to a more general audience, as was intended.