Music lives within us, it is deeply embedded in our brains and our bodies. Music moves us—to sing, to dance, most importantly, to feel. The origins of speech likely are to be found in musical utterances. The bonds of community are strengthened by music, for example, religious traditions utilize music as part of holy ceremonies.
The Ethical Society of Northern Westchester’s Carl Romano offers a highly personal reflection on music—its history, its uses, and a bit of the biology of music. Everyone (well, almost everyone actually) enjoys music, so join ESNW, along with Ethical Societies all around the Region, this Sunday and “Let the Music Move You!”