Music and the Brain: Neurology, Song and the Oral Tradition
On Tuesday night, June 18th, noted neurologists Mark Jude Tramo, MD, PhD and Kenneth Isaacs, MD, will join mythologist Daniel Deardorff, songwriter/director of Songwriting Works Judith-Kate Friedman, and Fisher Qua of the Washington Health Foundation to explore cutting edge science, indigenous wisdom, locally composed songs and spark lively community discussion at Port Townsend's Cotton Building, 609 Water Street, downtown.
The program begins at 7pm; doors open with live music at 6:30pm. The Cotton Building is wheelchair accessible. Tickets are $20 general admission, $12 students, elders, fixed income, and $50 for 'very interested persons" (VIP) preferred seating. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.
Tuesday JUNE 18th, 7pm
The Cotton Building, 607 Water St Port Townsend, Washington 98368.
Mark Jude Tramo, M.D., Ph.D.
Director, Institute for Music and Brain Science
Faculty, David Geffen School of Medicine and
Herb Alpert School of Music, UC Los Angeles
Kenneth Isaacs, M.D.
Neurologist and Chair, Washington Health Foundation
Author and Founder, the Mythsinger Foundation
Judith-Kate Friedman of Songwriting Works Educational Foundation and Fisher Qua of the Washington Health Foundation
$20 general admission
$12 students, elders, fixed income
No one will be turned away for lack of funds
$50 VIP (very interested person) preferred seating is available by reservation - call 360-643-1961.
This event is a benefit for Songwriting Works Educational Foundation. With support from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Washington Health Foundation. the Port Townsend Arts Commission, Arts Northwest and the Mythsinger Foundation.
For more information call: 360-385-1160 or email:
The Cotton Building (View)
607 Water St
Port Townsned, WA 98368
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|