Science on Tap Vancouver -- Music and the Aging Brain: A Discussion and Concert
Date: Wednesday, July 25, 2018
Time: Event at 7 p.m. (doors at 6 p.m.)
Cost: $14.00* advance tickets, $15.00 at the door, $8 for students
Food & Drink: Beer, wine, pizza slices, popcorn, and snacks available.
Event Website: https://www.viaproductions.org/events/kiggins_july_25_music/
Our brains undergo numerous changes that affect memory, motor, and sensory functions as we age. Many of these changes are amplified in diseases like Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. Could music limit the effects of aging and neurodegenerative diseases?
At this event, learn from Dr. Larry Sherman, a musician and Professor of Neuroscience at the Oregon Health & Science University, and singer/songwriter Naomi LaViolette as they explore how listening, practicing, and performing music influence the brain, and how these activities could impact brain aging and disease. They will also discuss Naomi’s work as a pianist, vocalist, arranger, and composer with Steven Goodwin, who suffers from Alzheimer’s, and the Saving His Music project, which has received prominent coverage in national and local news.
Join us and enjoy a multi-media presentation that combines live music and visuals with discussions about cutting edge science. Both Dr. Sherman and Ms. LaViolette will be performing live music ranging from Debussy, Leonard Cohen, and the Beatles to original pieces by Ms. LaViolette and Steven Goodwin.
This is a repeat of the sold out talk given at the Aladdin Theatre on May 3, 2018.
Science on Tap at the Kiggins is produced in partnership with Washington State University Vancouver.