JMH Dull Productions

WHAT: concert and art demonstration - "The Arts Meet Neuroscience - Perspectives on Transcendence" - concert and art with power point
WHEN: Sunday, April 29 ----  1-2 pm
WHERE:  Hunter College,  695 Park Ave - West Bldg, NYC -
TICKETS:  free of charge; by invitation - you must drop us a note
at to receive e-mail verification -
guest space limited.
(come early - parking is on street and in paid lots)

The Fordham Series continues on Sunday, April 29, 2018  at 1pm. Martin and John will give a concert presentation at the Hunter College Psychological Conference entitled: "The Arts Meet Neuroscience - Perspectives on Transcendence."

You are invited to attend the 1 hour presentation free of charge.

The mixture of song, visual art and power-point will discuss developments in the study of advanced neurological states, transcendence and art and the role this information will play in future society.
The duo's artistic perspectives are compelling for lay persons who have interest in the power of song and/or visual art.
Fordham University has previously sponsored this series of concerts in cooperation with their Psychology Department and with the support of their Music and Art Dept's. Fordham has been highly promotive, expressing their belief in the value, of the "Neuro-Concert" concept. The University has hosted 7 Neuro-Concert presentations to date. Below is info regarding the upcoming April 29, event at Hunter College.
You are welcome to join us free of charge on April 29. Please e-mail us for an invitation.
For general information regarding these Neuro-Concerts, please open the Neuro-Concerts menu (above left). It will give you an idea of our upcoming April 29 presentation.
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Event: Neuro-Concert - 29 April, Sunday at 1-2:00 pm
Presented by: Martin and John Dull-
Where: Hunter College,  695 Park Ave - West Bldg, NYC
What to expect:  A musical presentation with power-point and discussion - shedding light on fine arts and song - and their role in sharing transcendent experience
Entrance:  free of charge for guests of John and Martin Dull -  (you must have an e-mail invitation)
Please be very cognizant of parking time if you are taking a vehicle to the city