A Psychophysiological Interpretation of Beethoven's Violin Concerto
A discussion of the first movement of Beethoven's Violin Concerto. Dr. Marcus feels that in this piece, Beethoven got in touch with something in our physiology, and once you hear this interpretation, you will never hear this piece in the same way again. This interpretation relates to the physiology of relaxation. The talk recommended for the average music lover who would like to increase their appreciation of this piece.
Dr. Marcus is a Clinical Psychologist and Certified Resume Writer. He is the former Director of the Counseling Center at IIT, and has a long history as a counselor, consultant, writer, and speaker. He has co-authored two books on the psychology of underachievement, and has authored and co-authored dozens of articles on a variety of topics. Dr. Marcus is an amateur violinist with a lifelong interest in classical music.
Tentative Date Time
Friday, October 26th at 10:30 AM
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