Sound Waves and Brain Waves – Performance and Dialogue
In this series we explore the intersections between jazz music and science, from how we experience sound and rhythm, to musical memories and the creative process. Join multiple Grammy nominee and Guggenheim and MacArthur Fellow Miguel Zenón for an intimate online performance combined with conversation with scientists from Columbia University’s Zuckerman Institute, where Zenón is currently jazz artist-in-residence
Our Musical Memories: In the first of this series, Miguel Zenón joins with neuroscientist and science communicator Dr. Paula Croxson. Enjoy live performance of memorable music, and exploration of why some songs are more memorable than others, and why we like the music that we like.
Meet a new uptown artist or performer each Thursday at 7:30pm through November 19th. Watch a performance or open studio, followed by a Q & A with the artist.
Join 7:30pm Thursdays on Zoom:
or watch on Facebook Live
Archived episodes available on YouTube and Facebook.
Based in New York City, Rachel Sydlowski is a visual artist and educator.Recent exhibitions include Spring/Break, Chashama Space to Connect: Fordham Windows Project, Wave Hill Sunroom Project Space, The Bronx Museum, New York Public Library, Bronx River Art Center and Lehman College Art Gallery. Curatorial projects include Intersecting Editionsat The Castle Gallery,History of the Presentat OSilas Gallery and Infinite Archive, NYPL at the 115th Street Harry Belafonte Library. She is currently serving as department chair of Art at Eastchester High School.