Guest Lecture - Keturah Bixby "Listening versus Doing: How Producing Music Changes Learning"

April 21 - 4:15pm

Does producing musical sounds change the way we learn to perceive those sounds?

Keturah Bixby is a cognitive scientist and harpist. She is currently a PhD candidate in Brain and Cognitive Science from the University of Rochester, and also holds a Master of Music degree from Yale University and Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Illinois. Her research focuses on how action affects learning in both language and music. 

Lectureship supported by the Lorado Taft on Art Fund, College of Fine and Applied Arts. 

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Location

Smith Memorial Hall Room 25 (Lower Level)

Ticket Info

Free Event