PC, Mainly Mozart, 5/31
The Scripps Research Institute


We have an early access opportunity for our Global Partners, Platinum and Gold Level Producers Club members.

A limited number of FREE tickets are available for you to attend Mozart & the Mind, presented by Mainly Mozart



Friday, May 31, 2013
6:00 p.m.
the Auditorium at The Scripps Research Institute
10640 John Jay Hopkins Drive
San Diego, CA 92121


6:00 p.m. Lecture - Music Therapy: Ancient Practice, Beat of the Future - by Dr. Barbara Reuer
6:30 p.m. Wine Reception
7:30 p.m. Spotlight Concert: Ida Levin, violin; Che-Yen Chen, viola; Ronald Thomas, cello; Jose Franch-Ballester, clarinet; Julie Landsman, horn; Anna Polonsky, piano
8:45 p.m. Artist "Talk-Back"

We have a very limited number of free tickets available on a first come, first served basis.
Limit two tickets per household. Tickets are non-transferrable. Tickets are valued at $55 each.

Please note: This is not a KPBS Producers Club hosted event.



To reserve your tickets, scroll down and click the Get Tickets button.


For more information, contact Jennifer Majors at jmajors@kpbs.org or call (619) 594-6374.


About Mozart & The Mind: This is the inaugural season of Mozart & The Mind — a unique blend of music and science, of research and artistic expression!The series will take you on an intellectual and artistic journey as leading scientific and clinical experts share the stage with musicians in presentations and performances exploring relationships between music, cognitive function, behavior and health. Stimulate your mind with novel insights into how music impacts your brain and behavior. Then follow your curiosity and explore innovative new-media performances and interactive representations of your own brain activity in the free Music/Brain Exposition, and finally settle back and feed your soul with world-class performance of some of the greatest chamber music ever composed. It’s what happens when Mozart meets the Mind!


The event begins with an interactive presentation/performance in which researchers join forces with musicians (and audience members) to explore a range of fascinating topics including new research on how the brain processes rhythm and music, how musical training may help maintain and improve brain function, the role music plays in therapy and rehabilitation, and demonstration of new possibilities for musical and artistic expression based on advances in neurotechnology.


Following the lecture is a wine and cheese mixer at 6:30 p.m. and the Spotlight Concert at 7:30, featuring world-class chamber music performance.


For more information, visit the Mainly Mozart website.




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Time: 6:00 PM - 9:45 PM

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