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Convergence: A Multidisciplinary Dialogue on Music

 

The Temporal Dynamics of Learning Center and the Department of Music at UC San Diego, in collaboration with Mainly Mozart's Mozart & the Mind presented:

Convergence: A Multidisciplinary Dialogue on Music (May 18, 2014)

A unique symposium that brought together multiple streams of music research and knowledge, Convergence was not only a platform for interdisciplinary dialogue but also an opportunity for collaboration. Neuroscientists, psychologists, cognitive scientists, musicologists, ethnomusicologists, composers, performers, and music therapists participated in a series of panel discussions moderated by music researchers from the Temporal Dynamics of Learning Center. This multidisciplinary dialogue extended into an evening poster session.


Videos of the panel discussions are now available! (below).
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Convergence Panel 1
Convergence Panel II
Convergence Panel III
Convergence Panel IV


Blog post featuring the Convergence Symposium:
Phenomenological Experience in Music: Between a Referential and Absolute Approach

(posted in Pathways in Music, May 24, 2014)

Videos of the panel discussions are now available! (below).
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Event Date: Sunday, May 18, 2014, 8am to 6pm
Location: Conrad Prebys Music Center, Room127, UC San Diego

Agenda (please click here)

View flier (letter size)

Featured Panelists (*Please click on their name to view their Bio)

David Borgo ~ Ethnomusicology
Donna Conaty ~ Education, Peformance (Oboe)
Diana Deutsch ~ Perceptual and Cognitive Psychology
David Harnish ~ Ethnomusicology
Dane Harwood ~ Author, Music Cognition
Carl Hermann ~ Teacher Education & Leadership
Layne Kalbfleisch ~ Cognitive Neuroscience
Lei Liang ~ Music Composition
Andy McGraw ~ Ethnomusicology
Gwendolyn McGraw ~ Music Education, Voice
Gabriella Mussachia ~ Communication Sciences & Disorder
Roger Reynolds ~ Composition
Katharina Rosenberger ~ Music Composition and Sound Art
Michael Thaut ~ Neuroscience
Concetta Tomaino ~ Music Therapy and Research
Mark Tramo ~ Music Performance, Composition, Neuroscience

Additional Information

Mainly Mozart / Mozart & the Mind Website
More about the Mozart & The Mind Series


Note: The TDLC is an NSF Science of Learning Center, and is supported by NSF grant SMA 1041755