Columbia University in the City of New York

Mar 23, 20204:00 pm
Performance and Dialogue

**CANCELLED** The Intersection of Jazz and the Mind

Photo courtesy Miguel Zenón

Introducing Miguel Zenón, Jazz Musician-in-Residence at the Zuckerman Institute

March 23rd, 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm at the Jerome L. Greene Science Center (9th floor lecture hall)

**This event has been cancelled in compliance with Columbia University's recommendation to minimize non-essential events that involve large groups of people for the next 30 days. The well-being of our community remains a top priority. Updates on Columbia University's guidance regarding COVID-19 response and campus operations can be found here.**

Join Miguel Zenón, the Zuckerman Institute’s Jazz Artist-in-Residence, for an afternoon of music and conversation exploring time, decision making, and creativity through the lenses of jazz and neuroscience.

 

Hosted by:

Michael Shadlen, MD, PhD, Professor of Neuroscience and Principal Investigator at Columbia's Zuckerman Institute
Chris Washburne, PhD, Associate Professor of Music at Columbia University and the founder and director of Columbia’s Louis Armstrong Jazz Performance Program

With Luis Perdomo on piano.

Learn more about Miguel Zenón's residency and his work.

 

Reception to follow.

Please contact programs@zi.columbia.edu with questions.

Venue: the Jerome L. Greene Science Center (9th floor lecture hall)
3227 Broadway, New York, NY 10027

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