By Jennifer Johnson Body Mapping is the method, first discovered by cellist William Conable and then thoroughly developed by Barbara Conable, to teach musicians how to move according to the true anatomical design of the body in order to prevent injury and enhance facility and artistry. During her years teaching the Alexander Technique, Barbara realized […]
Looking after your voice presents a different set of challenges to looking after an external instrument. Your vocal cords are a part of your body and as such are subject to all the trials and tribulations our bodies undergo on a daily basis. It’s no coincidence that just about everything on the list of vocal […]
When planning your next summer performance, take measures to prevent common dangers caused by performing in the summer heat.
Music influences us constantly on a day to day basis, from jingles for a restaurant to various playlists that influence our mood.
Humans have, for a long time, enjoyed entertainment in the form of soothing music. Ideally, and as proven by empirical studies, the benefits of listening to music is noted in its impact on our memory and emotional stability. Additionally, there is evidence showing that melody can indeed help us to heal from certain illnesses and […]
For many in recovery, music has been paramount to their success. Music therapy is a process that uses music to help a person through their recovery process. Music has many therapeutic attributes that can aid a person in their quest to find sobriety.
FitRhythms is designed to appeal to a wide audience, not just aerobics fanatics or serious drummers. “You don’t have to be a great dancer or drummer to enjoy FitRhythms,” says Mattioli. “There are no wrong steps or wrong beats!”