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A Life in Music - Jeff Leonard at Cary Lecture Series

A Life in Music - Jeff Leonard at Cary Lecture Series

Saturday, March 9 | 8pm  
Cary Hall, 1605 Massachusetts Ave  
Lexington, MA  
For decades, researchers have touted the benefits of studying music throughout a person's lifespan to improve memory, executive function, language acquisition, and brain plasticity. But what about joy, passion, creativity, and connections to others?  
This session will showcase the fascinating stories and experiences of several alumni of the Lexington Public Schools. Whether music has become their vocation-or an important avocation-they will share how studying and performing music has deeply enriched and shaped their lives.  
From 1983 to 2017, Jeffrey Leonard served as director of the LHS bands, jazz program, and Performing Arts Coordinator. He is currently an Associate Professor at the Berklee College of Music, Adjunct Professor at Boston University, and co-director of the Youth Jazz Orchestra at the New England Conservatory Preparatory Division.  
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In partnership with Cary Library.

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