Science, Music, and the Human Condition [F-23-40]

Presenter:Tracy Lipke-Perry
Location: SUNY Potsdam: Kellas 102
Classes: 1 Session 1.5 hours
Dates: Tue 3:30 PM 10/03
Status: CLOSED

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How does music affect the human brain? How can music facilitate better living? Why do we move to music? This course explores these questions from a multi-disciplinary perspective as we discuss the effects of music participation on the human body and implications for health and well-being.

Dr. Tracy Lipke-Perry enjoys a notably invigorating and eclectic career as a versatile performer, enthusiastic teaching artist, and researcher. Dr. Perry holds a D.M.A. degree in piano performance with a minor in neurophysiology from the Univ. of Arizona, & undergraduate degrees in piano performance & math. She is currently Asst. Professor of Keyboard at the Crane School of Music.

Cap: 54

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