Wonder, passion & terror: what music tells us about our brain
Event schedule details
Sunday 30 June
Event location details
Royal College of Music
Speaker: Lord Robert Winston interviewed by Stephen Johns
Lord Winston, Professor of Science and Society and Emeritus Professor of Fertility Studies at Imperial College London, will be discussing two great areas of his interest – music and science. He’ll be taking on the big questions such as: Where do art and science collide? What is the science of the making of a work of art? Is the skill of music a hereditary trait? How does the human brain process music and decipher meaning? What makes a great musician and a great performance?
Robert Winston is joined for the discussion by Stephen Johns, Artistic Director of the Royal College of Music and a multiple Grammy-Award winning classical record producer.
This is part of our ‘Art of Science’ talks series. Take a look at the other talks in this series.
This event is free but booking is available to guarantee a place.
Please arrive ten minutes before the event begins. If you arrive after the event has started, your ticket will be reallocated.
Limited tickets will be available on the day, but we recommend pre-booking to guarantee a place.
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