About Mozart-Brain-Lab institute

When Alfred Tomatis asked Jozef Vervoort to continue his life’s work and to preserve his scientific inheritance, the latter, a devoted teacher who had made Sint-Truiden his new home, immediately planned the creation of a second center to expand the services the Atlantis institute already provided. In particular, Alfred Tomatis’ vast library was in need of a space worthy of the memory of the master. The first plans were drawn, concretized by the purchase and conversion of the historic building, which was inaugurated in 2002. With a listening center, several apartments for the accommodation of its hosts, a museum and offices, the Mozart-Brain-Lab institute offers an ideal setting for the listening therapy according to Professor Tomatis.
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