Mozart, prodigy among prodigies Three days packed with cutting-edge scientific exploration, music and fun! Stimulating daytime talks, concerts, and interactive installations on the UC San Diego campus and evening "Keynote Performances" at the nearby Auditorium at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI)
Academics and students can claim a 50% discount on any ticket by calling Mainly Mozart Box Office at (619) 239-0100 x 2
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Mozart and the Mind annually brings together internationally leading figures in the sciences, medicine, and the arts to communicate contemporary research and insights exploring the impact of music on our brain, health, and lives. Topics include the role of music in therapy and rehabilitation; musical training's role in improving brain function; what brain structures underlie rhythm and music perception; how advances in cognitive neuroscience and neurotechnology can open new possibilities for musical expression and performance; and much more.
The series uniquely interweaves informative and entertaining presentations with innovative installations and live performances. In a single evening you can stimulate your mind with scientific insights into music's role in the brain, then follow your curiosity and explore interactive neurotechnology installations or live center-stage performances in the free Music & the Brain Exposition, and finally settle back and feed your soul with world-class Spotlight Series performance of some of the greatest chamber music ever composed. It's what happens when Mozart meets the Mind!