IAMM With You: In Conversation with Artur C. Jaschke, PhD

In this lecture, we will explore the influence of music based therapies and interventions from the neonatal intensive care unit up through childhood in light of music education to young adulthood.

Music touches us quite literally and provides us with and elegant insight into brain development, epigenetics and transfer to learning and experiencing the world around us. How does the brain process, perceive and produce music and how can this be used in clinical settings NICU and what are the benefits from music education on cognitive development?

IAMM2021 graphics-19

Artur C Jaschke is Professor (Lector) music-based therapies and interventions at the department of Music Therapy at ArtEZ University of the Arts in Enschede the Netherlands, specialising in the interrelation of music, executive functions and brain maturation in clinical and non clinical populations as well as visiting researcher cognitive neuroscience of music at the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at the University Medical Center Groningen. Additionally, he is visiting fellow clinical Neuromusicology at the VU University Amsterdam (The Netherlands) in the department of Clinical Neuropsychology.

Host: Camila Pfeiffer, MA, MT-BA, Lic., Member of IAMM's Board of Directors 

Please note that IAMM members do not need to register and can see the recording by logging in and scrolling to the end of this page. For questions email sgracida@iammonline.com.

Join IAMM here.

Not a member? Please complete this form to register:


You are unauthorized to view this page.