Shakespeare's Musical Brain
King's College, London, Saturday 16 April, 10:00 - 20:00
A one-day conference exploring the vital importance of music to Shakespeare himself, and the role it played in his company's creative processes, in the Great Hall, with a concluding performance in the Chapel, one of London's hidden architectural gems.
Supported by Backstage Trust and NADP
"The closer to uncertainty and death you are, the more important music becomes."
- Lt Col Bob Meldrum - Music, Poetry and the Trauma of War, LSO St Luke's, 2 November 2014
- To bring together the worlds of science and the arts
- To advance understanding of the value of music and other art forms to the mind, brain and body
CLICK HERE for videos and transcripts from our conferences on:
- Worlds in Collision: Music and the Trauma of War
- The Beethoven Question: Can Art Make Life Worth Living?
- Why Music? Is Music Different from the Other Arts?