The Mind and Music of Beethoven


A psychiatrist speaks about the life of the composer whose career was derailed by deafness.

Richard Kogan, MD, psychiatrist and piano virtuoso, talks about the life of Beethoven, the impact of his deafness on his creativity, and facing life with "broken ears."

One of Dr Kogan's pastimes is to explore music and its relationship with psychiatric issues. He invites you to enjoy one of his lectures about Beethoven. Dr Kogan is clinical professor of psychiatry at Weill Cornell Medical College,

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