While The Jung Center’s building is closed, our Spring 2020 classes will be live-streamed and online. You can find them on our Online Learning page
Our Bookstore and Library are now open, by appointment-only and for curbside pick-up, Tuesdays and Thursdays from noon to 4:00pm.
Online ordering is always available here! Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!
Visit "From the Director" for a letter to the community and for regular updates from our executive director, Sean Fitzpatrick.
“My instructor did an extraordinary job of relating material to real life. It didn't matter if he was talking to a college student or an 80-year-old retiree, examples were provided to ‘bring it home.’”
-Jung Center Student
Music and Love: A Conversation with Rodney Waters
Love is one of the most transformative phenomena we experience as human beings. It has sparked inspiration, creation and action in the world, and impacts us both on a monumental and mundane level.
Likewise, music is an ever-present source of beauty and feeling. It relies on human subjectivity in both conscious and unconscious ways in playing, listening, and interpreting. In this conversation, pianist Rodney Waters speaks on the intersection between music and love, psychology and artistic creation, and how aesthetics and the drive to create are mediated by love and feeling.