Sept. 7, 2020

The Psychology Of Music As Medicine with Markus Reuter

The Psychology Of Music As Medicine with Markus Reuter

T.L. Mazumdar talks to critically acclaimed Berlin-based musician and Psychologist, Markus Reuter.


Photo Credit: Hajo Müller

The humble, soft-spoken, vulnerable and sincere manner in which you will hear Markus Reuter speak on this podcast might leave you surprised when you figure out it comes from an artist who spent the past decade on the road with living legends like Tony Levin and Pat Mastelotto (amidst many others) on multiple continents performing for audiences who flock to hear them play a form of music based on a process an entire generation possibly doesn't even know exists.

A qualified Psychologist, Reuter's work as recording artist, solo performer and collaborator spans (and frequently fuses) electrophonic loop music, contemporary classical music, progressive and art rock, industrial music, world jazz, jazz fusion, pop songs and pure improvisation. Over the course of a two-decade career, he has been a member of and collaborator with multiple bands, ensembles and projects (including centrozoon, Stick Men, Tuner, The Crimson ProjeKct, Europa String Choir, Gary Husband and Devin Townsend) as well as a solo artist. Markus is also an in-demand creativity coach and music instructor. 

 

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