|Explore the effects of music at Omaha Public Library|
|August 27, 2013|
South Omaha Library, 2808 Q St., will host music programs each Saturday in September at 2 p.m. Multi-talented musician George Walker will explore a different theme each week, and participants will be entertained and informed about the various ways music affects an individual’s personal development and well-being. All ages are welcome to attend these free events.
Sept. 7 – Food for the Brain: Learn about the powerful effects of music in brain development.
Sept. 14 – Influencing Feelings & Emotions: Learn how music can relax, energize and invoke a variety of emotions in listeners.
Sept. 21 – Science Behind Music: Learn how understanding the scientific and mathematical concepts behind music can lead to discoveries and improvements.
Sept. 28 – The Universal Language: Learn how music can act as a unifier to connect individuals stemming from different experiences, backgrounds and traditions.
George Walker is an extraordinary musician whose style fuses jazz funk with rhythm & blues. Walker also plays rock, pop, country and many other genres of music. He
currently plays at a variety of venues and provides individual and group lessons. Walker is also an instructor at a local college. For more information about Walker, visit georgewalkermusic.com.
Visit omahalibrary.org for information about additional activities and programs offered at Omaha Public Library’s 12 metro locations.