Events

Past Event

Sound Waves and Brain Waves: Learning to Appreciate (Musical) Diversity

February 22, 2021
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Online

Event Description

In this series we explore the intersections between jazz music and science, from how we experience sound and rhythm, to musical memories and the creative process. Join multiple Grammy nominee and Guggenheim and MacArthur fellow Miguel Zenón for an intimate online performance combined with a conversation with scientists from Columbia University’s Zuckerman Institute, where Zenón is currently jazz artist-in-residence.

In this month’s program, we explore themes such as how music differs across cultures, and what science can tell us about how listening to a wide variety of music can influence how we learn, appreciate cultural differences and reduce bias.

Event Speakers

  • Adel Ardalan, Postdoctoral Research Scientist at Columbia University's Zuckerman Institute
  • ​Miguel Zenón​, Jazz Artist-in-Residence at Columbia University's Zuckerman Institute

Event Information

Sound Waves and Brain Waves is a collaboration between Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance and Columbia University's Zuckerman Institute. Watch live on the day of the event on the Zuckerman Institute website