MUSIC AND THE BRAIN

MUSIC 289

Musical perception and performance from artistic, subjective and neuroscientific perspectives. Presentations/didactic musical performances address how our brain detects and represents music, distinguishing music from other sounds, how we learn to perform and create music, the effects of music on brain structure and function, musical schema, and musical antecedents and analogues in non-humans. Dialog between course directors, a professional musician and neuroscientist, highlights the intersection between artistic and scientific perspectives on this fundamental and aesthetic form of human expression. Music and/or neuroscience background preferred, but not required. Instructor: Lindroth, Overath

Day / Time: 

Th 04:40 PM-07:10 PM

Location: 

Biddle 104

Instructor: 

Lindroth, Scott

Section: 

01