Wavelengths: Music and Mental Health

Musical activity, whether listening to, playing, or creating music, activates virtually all parts of the brain. Even so, the connection between music and the mental health are rarely discussed in depth.

In the 28th event from the music community The Soundshop, we will begin exploring this important topic. Musicians will present on the connection between of music and mental health, both as a musician and as a music listener, in a mix of performance, intellectual conversation, and audience participation.

Event will be introduced and MC’d by Akpanoluo Etteh, neuroscientist turned music curator and founder of The Soundshop.

$5-$15

Location:
The City Reliquary Museum
370 Metropolitan Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11211











When: Sat., May 25, 2019 at 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Musical activity, whether listening to, playing, or creating music, activates virtually all parts of the brain. Even so, the connection between music and the mental health are rarely discussed in depth.

In the 28th event from the music community The Soundshop, we will begin exploring this important topic. Musicians will present on the connection between of music and mental health, both as a musician and as a music listener, in a mix of performance, intellectual conversation, and audience participation.

Event will be introduced and MC’d by Akpanoluo Etteh, neuroscientist turned music curator and founder of The Soundshop.

$5-$15

Location:
The City Reliquary Museum
370 Metropolitan Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11211

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