Siegal Lifelong Learning has partnered with Judson Park to offer a unique monthly lecture-luncheon series at Judson Park which is open to the public. A variety of academic and contemporary issues are discussed at these programs. Led by local university faculty and laypeople, these forums provide participants with the opportunity to engage in meaningful conversations and ask questions of topic experts. Complimentary parking.
Monday, December 11 | noon–1:30 p.m.
Nathan Kruse, Associate Professor of Music Education and Coordinator of Graduate Studies in Music Education, CWRU
This session is designed to explore the ways in which music is processed cognitively, and how to apply this information to daily living, both individually and with others. Topics include music's effect on mood and well-being, how the brain processes the musical information it receives, and musical engagement across the lifespan.