Research interests are Early Music (especially 16th- and 17th-century French music and music for lute and related instruments) and the philosophy and political economy of music. Performance on lute and theorbo, particularly continuo.
- Yapp FA., Hurnik T. and Le Cocq JP. (2014) French cello sonatas from the era of Louis XV. Platform Arts Festival, Christchurch, New Zealand. [Musical performance].
- Brownbrooke B., Bidwell S., Le Cocq J. and Johnson L. (2012) The Fire Season: Quake-hardened Celts. Whare Flat Folk Festival, Dunedin, New Zealand.
- Endres M., Phillips L., Larsen S., Thurlow S., Salzmann E., Parry B., Le Cocq J. and Woodside J. (2012) Schumann's Carnaval: Works by Schumann, Dowland and Purcell. Featuring M. Endres (piano), L. Phillips (violin), S. Larsen (violin), S. Thurlow (viola), E. Salzmann (cello), B. Parry (voice), J. le Cocq (baroque guitar and theorbo) and J. Woodside (harpsichord). International Akaroa Summer Festival, Akaroa, New Zealand.
- Le Cocq J. (2012) Jubilate Singers, Baroque Voices, Bel Canto & Aurora Voices and the Jubilate Chamber Orchestra, directed by Grant Hutchinson: Monteverdi Vespers (1610). Christchurch, New Zealand. [Theorbo].
- Le Cocq J. and Johnston L. (2012) Hedges & Ditches. International Akaroa Summer Festival, Akaroa, New Zealand. [Lute].
Professor Jonathan Le Cocq is responsible for strategic, academic and operational leadership of the College of Arts | Te Rāngai Toi Tangata.