Music: More than what you hear
Whether through our headphones or in the local coffee shop, music is an irrepressible part of our daily lives – and it is so much more than just the sounds that enter our ears.
In the latest Music on the Mind talk, esteemed speakers share their fascinating perspectives. Dr Amanda Krause explores how music cannot be isolated from our everyday experiences. Solange Glasser explains how synaesthesia can lead people to see or taste music and Kiralee Musgrove delves into how music can activate the reward centre of the brain and fundamentally change the way we feel.
Professor Amanda Krause,