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Musicians, Performance and the Brain: A One Day Symposium

Date posted: 25 November 2018

Image shown: Royal Irish Academy of Music

Musicians, Performance and the Brain is a symposium devoted to neurological aspects of skilled musical performance; neurophysiology of musicianship; impact (benefits) of music on the brain; musician’s dystonia and other aspects of musician’s health and the act of performance. A Dystonia Ireland Project, funded by the Health Research Board, the symposium is taking place at the Royal Irish Academy of Music on 30 November 2018. 

Musicians, Performance and the Brain is a partnership between the RIAM, Trinity College Dublin, University College Dublin and St. Vincent’s University Hospital.

The event is free and registration is via Eventbrite.

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