Dr. Richard Kogan and the symphony that is humanity

April 27, 2011 · No Comments · Arts, Faculty, Weill Cornell Medical College


Music and medicine remain inseparable for Dr. Richard Kogan — in his concerts and psychiatric practice.   In his role as Artistic Director of the Weill Cornell Medical Music and Medicine Program,  he discusses the opportunity he has had to enable medical students and doctors,  to live a life where neither need be left behind. 
Dr. Kogan will be one of the participants in the Music and Mental Health event at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts on June 2 & June 3. 

Dr. Kogan will be joined at the library by:

Cornell University President David Skorton

Joan Mackowski, Assistant Professor of Creative Writing, Cornell University

Misheaila Neil, Director of Performing Arts Programming, Elmira College

Dr. Carlyle Miller, Associate Dean of Student Affairs and Equal Opportunity Programs at Weill Cornell Medical College

Dr. David Shapiro, Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Attending Psychiatrist, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, Chairman of the Music and Medicine Initiative

Performances by; Frank Daykin, Armand Ambrosini, Judith Kellock and Bobby McFerrin

To read more about Dr. Kogan’s work and to watch a video of him performing and discussing Tchaikovsky click here: Huffington Post link

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