Music is hard work for our brain

This episode of the second, Autumn cycle of Dwelling the Networks of Sound series by Mojca Delač concludes this cycle with a conversation with Lola L. Cuddy.

She is a pianist and a psychologist who opened a laboratory for music cognition and music psychology in 1969 in Canada, the first of its kind in this part of the world and one of the first anywhere in the world. Which is why she's one of the pioneers in contributing to a greater understanding of how music affects human functioning.

Audio Recording (in Slovenian)