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A Science & Symphony Concert with KV 265 & The People's Music School

By The People's Music School

When and where

Date and time

Thursday, December 10, 2015 · 6 - 7:30pm CST


Venue SIX10 610 South Michigan Avenue Chicago, IL 60605



Like visual arts? Live music? Space videos? Learning about the brain? Fun receptions with interesting, passionate people?

Join The People’s Music School and KV 265 for an evening of Science and Symphony!

This inagural collaboration concert features live performances by The People’s Music School’s Youth Orchestra, conducted by Terrance Gray and accompanied by high-definition science films designed specifically for the music being performed by the artistic talents of KV 265's Co-Founder and Executive Director, Jose Francisco Salgado.

And an extra treat - a short, TED-style talk about how learning and performing music impacts the brain, featuring Northwestern University Professor Nina Kraus. Dr. Kraus specializes in the biology of auditory learning and leads the Auditory Neuroscience Laboratory at Northwestern.

The program will be followed by a reception for attendees to share highlights and mingle with fellow curious creatives.

Able to join? Please RSVP! If all seats are reserved, we will begin a waiting list.

About the organizer

People's Music School is the only completely FREE music school delivering access to the benefits of high-quality, tuition-free music education to Chicago metropolitan area children. Through intensive instruction and performance, our students achieve excellence in music that transfers to other areas in life. They grow musically, socially, emotionally and intellectually, and develop a foundation of responsibility, self-esteem, resilience and purpose. Learn more!