Location: Weber State University, Shepherd Union Bldg
Dates: Thursday, June 2, 2011
Hours: 9:00 AM – 1:30 PM
In this workshop, you will learn:
The amazing history of Listening Therapies and their practical applications in education and healthcare.
New trends in brain research that help us understand how the brain processes auditory stimulation.
How to combine music you love with a variety of classical and popular styles to create your own personal soundtrack for each day.
Don Campbell is a leading lecturer and consultant to healthcare organizations as well as corporations and parenting groups. He works with audiences of symphony orchestras on how music can affect learning, health, and other aspects of our lives. He is Acoustic and Musical Director of Aesthetic Audio Systems, an innovative company that provides quality music to healthcare facilities and has served for the past ten years on the Board of the American Music Research Center at the University of Colorado. In 2006, he was honored as “Signature Sinfonian” with the Award for Outstanding Service to Music and Education from Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity. He has also been awarded “Director Emeritus” of the Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra and now provides the pre-concert lecture series and directs the SuperListening™ Club.
Author of 23 books including Music: Physician for Times to Come, The Harmony of Health, and the 1997 best-seller, The Mozart Effect®, Mr. Campbell has lectured in over 25 countries. He has also produced 16 albums, including the accompanying music for the Mozart Effect series for adults and children, which dominated the classical Billboard charts in 1998 and 1999. His newest book Healing At the Speed of Sound® will be published in the fall of 2011.
In Campbell's unique view, music is not only a rich and rewarding aesthetic experience, but also an easily accessible bridge to a more creative, intelligent, healthy, and joy-filled life. His singular mission is to help return music to its central place in the modern world, as a resource for growth, development, health, and celebration.
Alex Doman is an author and producer whose products are used by people in more than 35 countries. His work is based on music effects research and principles of human development and neuroplasticity focusing on improving academic, cognitive, and communication abilities. He is founder and CEO of Advanced Brain Technologies, a leading provider of products, which improve brain function with solutions for consumers, schools, therapy clinics, health care facilities, and the military.
Creator and co-producer of the multi award winning Music for Babies™ music collection and collaborator on more than 50 other albums and programs including the Sound Health® series, The Listening Program®, and Music for the Mind™, he has trained thousands of healthcare, education, and music professionals in the application of music-based therapies around the world. Alex has lectured throughout the United States, Europe, Australia, Latin America and the Middle East.
Alex is co-author of Healing at the Speed of Sound™ a non-fiction book about how the new science of sound and music can help us improve our lives. Hudson Street Press (Penguin USA) Release October 2011.