Events

Past Event

Helen Sung - Music and Our Memories

December 3, 2019
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
The National Jazz Museum in Harlem, 58 West 129th Street, New York, NY 10027

Join us for an evening of jazz, with a side of science. Jazz musician Helen Sung will perform and neuroscientist Lenzie Ford will speak on how music connects to our emotions, thoughts, and memories.

This event is a partnership between the Zuckerman Institute, Arts & Minds, and The National Jazz Museum in Harlem. This free program is designed for adults. Alcohol may be served.

About the Artist-in-Residence Program at Columbia’s Zuckerman Institute
Columbia’s Zuckerman Institute is committed to creating a dynamic and exciting environment for the exploration of the mind and brain. Advances in a field as wide as brain science necessitate an approach that transcends disciplines and boundaries. To foster a connection between music and sciences, Columbia's Zuckerman Institute has established the Jazz Artist-in-Residence program. This program sponsors musical artists for a period of engagement, inspiration and discovery at the Institute. The inaugural Jazz Artist-in-Residence was generously supported by Alan Kanzer.

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