Webinar Music and the brain - latest insights and science

Webinar Arthur Jasche PhD

Artur C. Jaschke (PhD) has obtained his Bachelor degree in Music (Contrabass and Drums) at Dartington College of Arts (United Kingdom) and the University of Otago (New Zealand). During this period he already developed a strong interest in music cognition and the neurology of music, which led him to complete his Master’s degree at the University of Amsterdam (The Netherlands), in Musicology and Music Cognition (thesis title: Controlled Freedom: Cognitive Economy versus Hierarchical Organisation in jazz improvisation) and his PhD at the VU University Amsterdam (The Netherlands) in clinical Neuropsychology with a specialisation in clinical Neuromusicology (title: Is Music a Luxury?).

Currently, he is Reader (Lector) Music-based Therapies and Interventions and in Ecologies of clinical Neuromusicology: creative AI, Music Sciences and Health Care Applications at the department of Music Therapy at ArtEZ University of the Arts in Enschede the Netherlands, specialising in the interrelation of music, technology and brain maturation in clinical and non clinical populations as well as clinical Research Fellow cognitive neuroscience of music at the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at the University Medical Center Groningen and the Cambridge Institute for Music Therapy Research (UK).

In the upcoming webinar he will guide us through the latest scientific news about music and the brain.

- The effect of music on the different parts of the brain

- How long does it last, the influence of music on the different areas ( emotional, physiological, cognitive, etc.)

- recent research into the influence of music on the brain, what is new insight/proven in recent times? which recent publications should we read.

- Neuroplasticity and the role of music.

- How is it possible that the sound of the instrument is more beautiful when the musician plays relaxed, what is the relationship between tone quality and brain?

Webinar Music and the brain - latest insights and science

21 februari 2024 19:30 t/m 21:30

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