Event Information

Start Date:2016/06/09
Start Time:7:00 PM
Location:Koerner Hall at the TELUS Centre for Performance and Learning, 273 Bloor Street West, Toronto, ON, M5S 1W2

From revealing music’s role in childhood development, to helping us understand why something so intangible as music evokes powerful emotional responses, the Azrieli Brain, Mind & Consciousness program at CIFAR is advancing research to illuminate our understanding of ourselves.


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Event produced in partnership with the Royal Conservatory of Music

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This event celebrates the launch of the Azrieli program in Brain, Mind & Consciousness at CIFAR and is presented with the generous support of:

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