"Neurobiological Foundations for the Theory of Harmony in Western Tonal Music" with Mark Tramo, MD Ph.D.

Date: 
Mon, 02/08/2010 - 5:30pm
Location: 
CCRMA Stage
Event Type: 
Guest Lecture

The SiCa Center for Arts, Science + Technology Presents Mark Tramo, MD Ph.D in the 2010 Music and the Brain Forum's second lecture at CCRMA.

Mark Tramo MD, Ph.D. Director, The Institute for Music & Brain Science; Associate Professor of Neurology, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA; Adjunct Professor of Music, Herb Alpert School of Music at UCLA; Faculty Fellow, Harvard University Mind Brain & Behavior Interfaculty Initiative; Research Affiliate, M.I.T. Research Laboratory of Electronics; ASCAP/NARAS
www.BrainMusic.org

 

This event is part of Art + Invention 2009-2010 campus programming. Visit Art + Invention online at http://ai0910.stanford.edu

 

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About Music and the Brain

Begun in 2006, the SiCa Center for Arts, Science and Technology's Symposium on Music and the Brain has become an internationally renown and respected interdisciplinary meeting of the world's finest scholars, researchers and practitioners exploring the neuroscience of music.

Past symposia have focused on: brainwave entrainment - how the brain responds to rhythmic stimuli (2006), music, rhythm and the brain - the psychophysical and physiological effects of musical rhythm (2007), emotion from a wide range of perspectives - including the role of pitch, rhythm, timbre, prosody and performance on emotional response to music (2008), and spontaneity and improvisation (2009).

In 2010, Music and the Brain will take the form of a forum featuring talks by Dr. Aniruddh D. Patel, Dr. Mark Tramo MD, and Dr. Petr Janata.

 

... Save the date! = Petr Janata (March 1, 2010)

 

http://musicandthebrain.stanford.edu

Free - limited seating - arrive early
Open to the Public
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