Music is present everywhere. Whether you hear it when you go shopping, listen to it when you are driving or when you are learning, or put in on when exercising, music is often on in the background, and can greatly benefit your mental health. Let’s see how listening to music can help you improve your […]
Considering the extremely busy and hectic lives we lead, it comes as no surprise that we are pulled in a million different directions every day and have a feeling that we’re under constant stress. One way to manage all the pressure we experience is through mindfulness. Mindfulness provides us with the ability to focus on what we’re feeling at the present moment rather than dwelling on the past or imagining and overthinking the future.
Research shows that around half of all professional musicians worldwide, at some point in their careers, endure music-related injuries that permanently sideline them.
The act of songwriting really cashes in on music’s therapeutic benefits. Here are four simple steps to writing songs that you can use to improve your life.
Singers often wonder how they can improve their voice and broaden their skillset. Learning a new technique takes time and patience, and can often be difficult to master. One of the techniques that I personally have found most difficult to learn is belting. Every time I watch a singing competition I think, “my goodness, how […]
Vocal health is just as important as physical health. Whether you are a vocalist of 30+ years or someone who is new to the game, it is crucial to take care of your voice and vocal chords.
Social media. The one thing in this world that seems to consume our time more than anything else. But it doesn’t have to! Cari Cole would tell you to, “Stop Letting Socials Steal Your Time and Get Back to Making Music.”
**The content of this article is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. We’ve all been guilty of over-practicing. And, whether string, brass or other, every musician is bound to encounter one […]