A Conversation and Performance with
Daniel Levitin and Rosanne Cash:
Your Brain on Music
November 14, 2013 • 7:30 p.m.
Shea Center for Performing Arts
William Paterson University • Wayne, New Jersey
General Public -- $25
William Paterson Students with valid ID at the Box Office -- FREE
(one ticket per student)
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How does music evoke our emotions?
Why does music play such an important role in our lives?
Join us for a noteworthy evening with neuroscientist Daniel Levitin and artist Rosanne Cash.
Levitin is a rock star of science who has worked with Sting, David Bryne, and others.
Cash, who has been performing, recording, and writing songs for 30 years and is the daughter of the legendary Johnny Cash, underwent brain surgery in 2007. She brings a unique perspective to the conversation, accented with song, about music and the mind.
Limited parking is available in Lot 3. Please allow ample time for parking.
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