Too busy to translate right now, but Google translate looks OK at first glance.
By: larm - Music in the medicine cabinet
"Music in the Medicine Cabinet" - BY: LARM 2020
Friday 28.02 at 3:00 p.m.
Music is a big and important part of life for many, but how does music really affect our brains and emotions? Why do we all self-medicate with music every day? What makes music work as a therapy or rescue plaque for everything from frustrated youth, people with mental challenges and dementia - to inmates who want to get on a better track in life?
Are Brean is a specialist in neurology, chief editor of the Journal of the Norwegian Medical Association and associate professor at the Norwegian School of Music, where he teaches neurobiology of music. Brean has written the book Music and the Brain and will tell us how music stimulates and changes the brain. Aina will talk about how she was saved by the Music in Prison and Freedom project. In addition, we have with AURORA, who has experienced very strong encounters with her fans - who believe her music has been an important medicine in their lives.
"Music can stir something in the emotions - which can remind people that they can be a part of, and fight for something bigger than themselves" - Aurora (Haik, NRK 2019)
Panel: Are Brean (specialist in neurology and author of the book Music and the Brain) Aina Gullord (former inmate and musician) AURORA (artist)
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