13th Annual Neuromusic Conference at McMaster University

Calling all music and tech nerds!

McMaster University is holding it’s fascinating annual Neuromusic Conference this month in Hamilton at their LIVELab Theatre.  LIVELab is “located within the McMaster Institute for Music & the Mind (MIMM), the LIVELab is a 106 seat research-based performance theatre and testing centre. The LIVELab is committed to developing a world class facility for the scientific study of music, sound, and movement and their importance in human development and human health.”

Check out the Details Below:

The McMaster Institute for Music and the Mind announces the 13th Annual Neuromusic Conference, “Do You Hear What I Hear? Perceiving Music with Hearing Loss.” Held on Nov. 18, 2017 at McMaster University, the conference will feature talks by Marshall Chasin, Charles Limb, and Frank Russo. There will additionally be an evening keynote by Larry Roberts, featuring musical illustrations by the Madawaska String Quartet.  If you register before October 31st, cost of the CONFERENCE ONLY is $85 ($60 for students) and includes breakfast and lunch. After October 31st, registration for the CONFERENCE ONLY is $105 ($80 for students). Cost of the Keynote Concert will be $30. Register here.

Poster submissions: Please email an abstract (maximum 250 words) to Dr. Steven Brown (stebro@mcmaster.ca) on any topic related to perception, cognition or performance of music and dance. Early submission is encouraged and acceptance will be sent out as submissions are received.  The deadline for abstract submissions is Nov 1, 2017.

For details contact Elaine Whiskin (whiskin@mcmaster.ca) or Susan Marsh-Rollo (marshse@mcmaster.ca).

Andrew Dick

is a passionate music fan, writer, producer and marketer with over 20 years of experience in the online media and software industries. Co-Founder of the Music Technology MeetUp, Music Technology Consulting and EntertainmentTO. Producer @ The Backstage Project Podcast

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