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GRAND THÉÂTRE

09.30-12

OPEN PUBLIC SESSION
The power of music on brain and cognition
Le pouvoir de la musique sur le cerveau et la cognition

Chairs: Emmanuel Bigand and Bénédicte Poulin-Charronnat
CNRS, Dijon

ROUND TABLES

MUSIC AND SOCIETY

Bernard Descôtes
PESM, Dijon

Marc Leman
Ghent University

Raphaël Levron
Sacem

Robert Llorca
CRR de Dijon/Châlon sur Saône

Maria Majno
Fondazione Mariani, Milan

Matthias Röder
Karajan Institute, Salzburg

MUSIC AND SCIENCE

Simone Dalla Bella
Universitè Montpellier 1

Virginia Penhune
Laboratory for Brain, Music and Sound Research, & Concordia University, Montreal

Isabelle Peretz
Université de Montréal

Hervé Platel
Université de Caen

Severine Samson
Université Lille Nord

Daniele Schön
University of the Mediterranean, Marseille

Barbara Tillmann
Lyon Neuroscience Research Center

Robert Zatorre
Montreal Neurological Institute

MUSIC AND WELL-BEING

Eckart Altenmüller
Hannover University for Music Drama and Media

Alain Bonnin
Président Université de Bourgogne

Sonja Kotz
University of Manchester

Gérard Mick
CHU, Grenoble

Olivier Rouaud
Neuropsychologue Dijon


Patrick Ayrton
Harpsichord, Conservatory of The Hague and his friends

14.00 – 16.30
WORKSHOPS
Cognitive development and music


14.00-14.30
Music therapy with disorders of consciousness: current evidence and emergent evidence-based practice
Wendy Magee
Temple University.
Philadelphia, USA

Julian O’Kelly
Aalborg University in association with the Royal Hospital for Neuro-­disability, London, UK

14.30-15.00
The problem of poor-pitch singing: From internal mechanisms to pedagogical intervention

Poor pitch singing: a developmental view
Steven Demorest
Laboratory for Music, Cognition, Culture and Learning (MCCL)
School of Music, University of Washington, USA

Neural regulation of pitch perception and production
Psyche Loui
Music, Imaging, and Neural Dynamics (MIND) Lab, Department of Psychology
Program in Neuroscience and Behavior
Wesleyan University, USA

15.00-16.00
Research in Neuromusic - The EBRAMUS experience: where to go from here

 

General introduction to the EBRAMUS project: Europe Brain and Music - New perspectives for stimulating sensory and cognitive processes
Emmanuel Bigand
Université de Bourgogne, France

Presentation of research, network and training activities of EBRAMUS
Floris Van Vugt
IMMM, University of Music, Hannover, Germany & CAP, Lyon Neuroscience Research Center, France; now at McGill University, Montreal, Canada
Nicolas Farrugia
WSFiZ, Warsaw University, Poland & Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, Germany; now at Goldsmiths, University of London, UK

Discussion in the presence of EBRAMUS students and partners

16.00-16.30
Coffee break

16.30-17.30
KEYNOTE LECTURE
Cognitive plasticity in older adults: effects of cognitive training and physical exercise
Louis Bherer
PERFORM Centre
& Department of Psychology
Concordia University, Montréal, Canada

PALAIS DES DUCS

18.30-20.30
WELCOME COCKTAIL
by invitation of the Université de Bourgogne and Municipality of Dijon
A musical presentation about Rameau and music cognition
with Patrick Ayrton
Harpsichord, Conservatory of The Hague

GRAND THÉÂTRE

9.00-9.20
Official Welcome, from the representatives of the City/University

9.20-10.40
SYMPOSIUM I
MUSICAL EXPERTISE AND MORE ?

Chair: Sylvain Moreno

Promises of formal and informal musical activities in advancing neurocognitive development throughout childhood
Vesa Putkinen
University of Helsinki , Finland

The development and maturation of neurocognitive markers of musicianship
Dana Strait
University of Maryland, USA

Music training and brain plasticity during the development: a multidimensional model
Sylvain Moreno
Rotman Research Institute, Baycrest Hospital
& University of Toronto, Canada

How do we tease apart influences of music training from those of IQ, personality, and music aptitude?
Glenn Schellenberg
University of Toronto, Mississauga, Canada

 

Discussion 

10.40-11.00
Coffee break

11.00-12.20
SYMPOSIUM 2
MOVING ON THE BEAT OF MUSIC: BRIDGING TRAINING/REHABILITATION STRATEGIES AND TECHNOLOGY
Chairs: Simone Dalla Bella and Sonja Kotz

Sonification of movements for stroke-rehabilitation: two novel approaches to improve motor recovery by using advanced technology
Eckart Altenmueller
Institute of Music Physiology and Musicians’ Medicine
Hannover University for Music Drama and Media, Germany

Exploring music-to-movement alignment strategies for athletes and Parkinson patients with DJogger
Marc Leman
IPEM, Ghent University, Belgium

Music-induced stabilization of breathing and running
Benoit Bardy
Movement to Health Laboratory, EuroMov Montpellier 1 University, France

Effects of auditory cueing in Parkinson’s disease: beyond a motor benefit
Simone Dalla Bella
EuroMov, University of Montpellier 1, France

 

Discussion

Short walk from Grand Théâtre to Salle Devosges

 

SALLE DEVOSGES

12.30-14.00
Lunch

14.00-16.00
Poster session I

Short walk from Salle Devosges to Grand Theatre

GRAND THÉÂTRE

16.30-17.50
SYMPOSIUM 3
INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN MOVEMENT COORDINATION: EFFECTS OF TRAINING, APTITUDE, AND NEUROLOGICAL DISORDERS
Chairs: Peter Keller and Shinichi Furuya

Temporal prediction in musicians and patients with focal brain lesions
Peter Keller
The MARCS Institute
University of Western Sydney, Australia

Impaired movement timing in Parkinson’s disease and ADHD: rehabilitation and treatment strategies
Michael Hove
Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA

Acquisition and reacquisition of motor coordination in musicians
Shinichi Furuya
Faculty of Science and Technology
Sophia University, Japan

Motor timing and cognitive ability
Fredrik Ullén
Department of Neuroscience
Karolinska Institutet, Sweden

 

Discussion


SOCIAL PROGRAM 
Optional

AUDITORIUM

20.00
Concert “Airs & Symphonies de Rameau”
Barytone Stéphane Degout
Concert d’Astrée
conducted by Emmanuelle Haïm
for pre-reserved participation
for availability please contact the Secretariat

GRAND THÉÂTRE

9.00-10.20
SYMPOSIUM 4
MUSICAL RHYTHM AND LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT: BASIC RESEARCH AND TRANSLATION TO RHYTHM-BASED INTERVENTIONS
Chair: Devin McAuley

Rhythm processing in developmental stuttering
Devin McAuley
Michigan State University, East Lansing, USA

At the rhythm of language: children’s slow temporal sensitivity and phonological processes correlate within Wernicke’s region
Ioulia Kovelman
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA

Rhythm and literacy abilities: what is the relationship and can rhythm-based interventions help students with developmental dyslexia?
Jennifer Thomson
University of Sheffield, UK

Rhythm perception relates to syntactic production in children: implications for typical and atypical language development
Reyna Gordon
Neuroscience Lab
EEG/ERP Lab
Vanderbilt Kennedy Center, Nashville, USA

 

Discussion

10.20-10.40
Coffee break

10.40-11.25
SYMPOSIUM 5
TEMPORAL EXPECTATIONS IN A DEVELOPMENTAL PERSPECTIVE
Chairs: Barbara Tillmann and Daniele Schon 

Bridging dynamic attending and active sensing theories
Benjamin Morillon
Columbia University Medical Center, New York,USA

Short and long-term rhythmic intervention in language disorders
Daniele Schön
Institut de Neurosciences des Systèmes, Marseille, France

 

Discussion 

11.25-12.10
SYMPOSIUM 6
DANCE AND THE BRAIN: A NEW WINDOW TO STUDY BRAIN PLASTICITY
Chair: Virginia Penhune
Laboratory for Brain, Music and Sound Research, & Concordia University, Montreal, Canada

The impact of sensorimotor experience on affective evaluation of movement
Emily Cross
School of Psychology, Bangor University, UK & Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen, Netherlands

Long-term dance training changes brain structure
Krysta Hyde
International Laboratory for Brain, Music and Sound Research, Montreal & University of Montreal & McGill University
Montreal, Canada

 

Discussion


Short walk from Grand Théâtre to Salle Devosges

 

SALLE DEVOSGES

12.15-13.45
Lunch

13.45-15.45
Poster session II

Short walk from Salle Devosges to Grand Theatre

 

GRAND THÉÂTRE

16.10-17.30
SYMPOSIUM 7
THE BEAT: A STRUCTURED ENVIRONMENT FOR MOVEMENT, COMMUNICATION AND SOCIALIZATION
Chair: Katie Overy 

Motor responses to a steady beat
Katie Overy
IMHSD, Reid School of Music
Edinburgh College of Art, University of Edinburgh, UK

The importance of rhythm and interpersonal synchrony in social development
Laurel Trainor
Department of Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour
McMaster Institute for Music and the Mind McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

Beat perception ability and gait improvements in Parkinson’s disease
Jessica Grahn
Department of Psychology
Brain and Mind Institute
University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario Canada

Rhythm and synchronization in audition, speech and related disorders
Sonia Kotz
School of Psychological Sciences
University of Manchester, UK

 

Discussion


17.30-18.50
SYMPOSIUM 8
MUSIC AND EMOTION: IMPLICATIONS FOR THERAPY AND REHABILITATION
Chairs: Stefan Koelsch and Robert Zatorre

Functional neuroanatomy of music-evoked emotions: Implications for therapy
Stefan Koelsch
Freie Universität, Berlin, Germany

Musical pleasure and reward: mechanisms and dysfunction
Robert Zatorre
Montreal Neurological Institute, Canada

Music and beyond: effects of music and emotion on cognition and rehabilitation
Patrick Vuilleumier
University Hospital & University Medical Center & University of Geneva, Switzerland

 

Discussion

SOCIAL PROGRAM

 

Ancienne Faculté
36 rue Chabot Charny, Dijon
20.00
JAM SESSION
Let’s play music
• “Tom Fritz’”Music fitness machine”
• Andrea Halpern’s Choir
• Musical performances by participants
according to pre-registered programming
for possible additions please contact the Secretariat

Hôtel Maleteste
7 rue Hernoux, Dijon
Le corps sonore / The sounding body
19.00
Screening of the documentary
« La Mélodie d’Alzheimer »
20.00
Concert
“Winterreise” - A Winter Journey
Song cycle by Franz Schubert
Hugues Reiner, piano / Joachim Bresson, tenor
22.00
Discussion, followed by Reception
for pre-reserved participation
for availability please contact the Secretariat

 

GRAND THÉÂTRE

9.00-9.45 
SYMPOSIUM 9
THE ROLE OF MUSIC IN PROMOTING INFANTS’ WELL-BEING: CLINICAL AND RESEARCH PERSPECTIVES
Chair: Maria Cristina Saccuman

First sounds: NICU Rhythm, Breath and Lullaby research and practice
Joanne Loewy
The Louis Armstrong Center for Music and Medicine Mount Sinai Beth Israel Med Ctr; Albert Einstein College of Medicine New York City, USA

Singing interventions for forestalling or alleviating infant distress
Sandra Trehub
University of Toronto & Université de Montréal
Canada

 

Discussion

 


9.45-11.00
SYMPOSIUM 10
MUSIC COGNITION IN DEMENTIA
Chairs: Andrea Halpern and Jason Warren

Preservation of musical memory and engagement in healthy aging and dementia
Lola Cuddy
Queens University, Kingston, Canada

Music as a probe of social cognition in frontotemporal dementia
Jason Warren
Dementia Research Centre, UCL Institute of Neurology, University College London, UK

Musical tasks targeting preserved and impaired functions in two dementias
Andrea Halpern
Bucknell University, Lewisburg, USA

Efficiency of non-pharmacological treatments in dementia: the power of music
Severine Samson
University of Lille, Institut Universitaire de France and La Salpêtrière Hospital, Paris, France

11.00-11.45
General discussion and conclusions

 

Short walk from Grand Théâtre to Salle Devosges

SALLE DEVOSGES

12.00-14.30
Poster session III and farewell lunch

 

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