Professor Isabelle Peretz from the International Laboratory for Brain, Music and Sound Research (BRAMS), University of Montreal.
Of all the performing arts, music is the most mysterious. Why and how music works on our brain will be the focus of this talk. The study of musical emotions plays a crucial role in this neurobiological perspective. Indeed, musical emotions are inherent to experiences of music and may account for its ubiquity, its therapeutic effects and its benefits to cognitive functioning.
Thursday 8 March, 7pm - 8pm
Carrillo Gantner Lecture Theatre,
Sidney Myer Asia Centre, 761 Swanston Street, University of Melbourne, Parkville
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Presented by Psychological Sciences, in association with Music, Mind and Wellbeing at the University of Melbourne.
For more information on the organisers:
Music, Mind & Wellbeing, the University of Melbourne
Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences