Dr. Richard Kogan: Music and Melancholy
Dr. Richard Kogan: Music and MelancholyMonday, May 22nd, 2017
Conrad Prebys Concert Hall
Free, ticketed event.
Register online: https://hrweb.ucsd.edu/ra/
The Department of Music will host an event in collaboration with the John A Majda, MD Fund and the UC San Diego Department of Psychiatry as part of the 2017 American Psychological Association's annual conference. Dr. Richard Kogan, who works as a concert pianist, a clinical professor of psychiatry at Cornell Weill University and the artistic director of the Cornell Music and Medicine program, will present Tchaikovsky: Music and Melancholy, a lecture and performance analyzing the mental illness and presumed suicide of the great Russian composer P.I. Tchaikovsky.
Dr. Kogan trained as a concert pianist at Juilliard School of Music before majoring in music and attending medical school at Harvard University. He will be speaking and playing for the American Association of Psychiatrists at their annual general meeting to be held in San Diego in May.
Admission is free, but RSVPs are required. Please visit https://hrweb.ucsd.edu/ra/ to RSVP.
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