Black Onyx: The Human Brain on Music and Sound

October 4, 2018 | 8:30pm
Djavad Mowafaghian World Art Centre
SFU at Goldcorp Centre for the Arts
149 W. Hastings, Vancouver V6B 1H4

Tickets available online HERE.
Students $7 | SFU Faculty/Staff/Alumni $10 | General $15

Please join us for Aryan Borboruah’s SCA MFA graduating project, Black Onyx: The Human Brain on Music and Sound, an “exploration of music psychology.”

WARNING: 18+ Contains disturbing sounds

Trio Performance & Electronics Erato Ensemble with Artists in Residence Jeff Pelletier (Flute), Eva Ribchinsky (Cello), & Michael Park (Piano).

This trio performance is based on the study of music psychology. It combines both psychological and musicological concepts and aims to trigger specific human emotions in the listener. While attempting to portray the auditory world of mental illness and health, as well as how music can be used as a healing tool, Black Onyx seeks to demonstrate the positive and the negative effects of music and sound on our brains.

Presented by the SFU School for the Contemporary Arts.

 

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