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Log on for Free LIVELab Jazz Concerts this Month

Laila and Larnell Award-winning jazz artists are taking centre stage this month in free virtual concerts presented by the McMaster Institute for Music and the Mind.

JUNO award-winning artist Laila Biali (left) will perform Nov. 14 with Larnell Lewis on drums and George Koller on bass. The concert is part of MIMM's 16th annual NeuroMusic Conference. The performance will include a discussion on the cross-cultural roots of jazz and take the audience through a performance of jazz standards, contemporary covers and original music.

On Nov. 28, award-winning jazz arts Adi Braun will take the audience through the history and sounds of film noir. The concert will include a Science Snapshot with Dr. Marshall Chasin and LIVELab Director Laurel Trainor

Register today for the Nov. 14 concert with Laila Biali and the Nov. 28 concert with Adi Braun.

LIVELab is a unique research centre and performance space committed to developing a world class facility for the scientific study of music, sound and movement and their importance in human development and health. MIMM is one of five research centres and institutes in the Faculty of Science and among more than 70 research centres across McMaster.

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