Lou Fanche writes at San Francisco Classical Voice about this year's Music and the Brain symposium at Stanford: "Creativity, reason, curiosity, or speech we now know are not always the product of one brain region alone but often of many areas interacting to produce an emotion, thought, memory, motor action, or behavior. Narrowing the field and seeking to present new understandings of the brain’s reception of and response specifically to sound... researchers and composers at Stanford University’s annual Music and the Brain Symposium in mid-May aimed to push the envelope." Fanche's piece includes comments from several presenters at the symposium, giving insight into their research topics. | Read the full article at San Francisco Classical Voice. | Visit YouTube for video from the Music and the Brain symposium.