Interesting article about the recent Brain and Culture symposium in Dagens Nyheter (in Swedish):
On Tue (May 23) 19:00 at Konstakademien (Hörsalen), Fredrik Ullén will perform together with cellist Judit Ullén in a salon to the memory of world famous tumor biologist Georg Klein, who sadly passed away last December. Pieces on the programme are Bartók’s Piano Sonata, movements from J. S. Bach’s d minor Cello Suite, and Leo Weiner’s Romance for cello and piano. Fredrik Ullén will also discuss creativity and flow – topics which greatly interested Georg Klein – together with professor Ingemar Ernberg (Karolinska Institutet). More information and registration here:
Salon Creativity & Flow med Judisk Kultur
On May 17 we will for the second time organize the symposium Brain and Culture in Karolinska Institutet’s Aula Medica. We are happy to present a very exciting program with both top-notch lectures on art and the brain and musical intermissions. Keynote talks will be given by Antonio and Hanna Damasio, Mihály Csíkszentmihályi, and Laurel Trainor. Internationally leading flutist Sharon Bezaly von Bahr and Fredrik Ullén will perform Messiaen’s Le Merle Noir, as well as the second movement from Poulenc’s Flute Sonata. Other musical intermissions will be performed by the eminent jazz musicians Joakim Milder and Alexander Zethson, and a young trumpet ensemble from Lilla Akademien. For more information and registration (free of charge!), please go to www.kulturellahjarnan.se!