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        Sabato 14th  October 2017

          1st session  – morning

          Music and scientific research

            Chairman: Tomaso Vecchi


08.30 Registration
09.30 Conference Introduction
Rossella Fois
 9.45 1st session introduction
Giuliano Avanzini
10.00 Brain correlates of music-evoked emotions and implications for therapy
Stefan Koelsch
10.45 Applications of cognitive psychology of music to Alzheimer’s patients
Emmanuel Bigand
11.30 Music Therapy and learning disabilities
Luisa Lopez
12.10 Discussion
12.30 Lunch
  2nd session – afternoon

Clinical fields of Music Therapy connected to social problems

Chairman: Gerardo Manarolo

14.15 Working with the person beyond symptom management: contribution of music therapy to wider dementia care
Orii McDermott
15.00 MusiCare! Music Therapy and drug addiction; perspectives, applications and analysis of a research study
Stefano Navone
15.30 Dyslexia and music training
Alessio Surian, Giovanna Ferrari
15.50 Discussion
16.05 Coffee Break
16.20 Music Therapy with Refugees in Germany – theoretical framework and practical insight into a challenging work environment
Tina Mallon
16.50 MARS training: a new challenge for Music Therapy in the context of marginalised communities in and beyond Europe
Deborah Parker
17.20 Migrant music therapy”: taking care in a new way, through the integration of clinical work, training and research of ASST Santi Paolo e Carlo, Milan
Anna Vandoni
17.40 Discussion
18.00 Closing remarks
  Sunday  15th October  2017

3rd sessione – morning

Music from music therapeutic and neuroscientific perspectives
Chairman: Rossella Fois

09.30 Prima la musica e poi le parole
Jos de Backer
10.15 Interpersonal synchronization, a cornerstone of change in music therapy?
Katrien Foubert
10.45 Discussion
11.05 Coffee Break
11.30 Lecture-concert 
  How does music evoke emotions in the brain?
Stefan Koelsch
Johannes Brahms Violin Sonata  op. 78 n.1 in G Major
Violin: Stefan Koelsch; Piano: Ruta Standalnykaite
12.30 Discussion and closing remarks