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Rhythm In Mind: A Jazz Performance And Conversation With Rachel Frazer • Morningside Area Alliance
Twitter 5.19 Zenon Event

Rhythm in Mind: A Jazz Performance and Conversation with Rachel Frazer

A performance and conversation on how we perceive and react to rhythm. Featuring Jazz Artist-in-Residence Miguel Zenón, drummer Antonio Sanchez and ZI Scientist and musician Rachel Frazer.

The Mortimer B. Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Institute welcomes you to a performance and conversation on how we perceive and react to rhythm. Featuring Jazz Artist-in-Residence Miguel Zenón, drummer Antonio Sanchez and ZI Scientist and musician Rachel Frazer. Miguel Zenón and 4-time Grammy Award-winning drummer Antonio Sánchez. They will be joined by Rachel Frazer, a neuroscientist in the Abdus-Saboor lab at the Zuckerman Institute, and herself a jazz French horn player. Join us for music and lively discussion about how our brains and bodies create, understand and react to rhythm.

This event will be held in person at the Jerome L. Greene Science Center, located at 3227 Broadway, New York, NY 10027 and live-streamed on YouTube. Pre-registration is strongly encouraged.
Learn more about Miguel Zenón’s residency here.

**TAKE NOTE: Proof of vaccination is required for all in-person attendees.

Questions?
Contact Zuckerman Institute Programs Officeprograms@zi.columbia.edu

Date

May 19 2022
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Time

3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Formats (virtual, in person, hybrid)

Hybrid

Venue

Columbia University - Jerome Greene Annex
410 West 117th Street

Organizer

Columbia University - Zuckerman Institute
Phone
212-851-9612
Website
http://zuckermaninstitute.columbia.edu/