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26th Aug

2017

Here are a few tips to help your music practice (or any other practice, for that matter) become more efficient and helpful, rather than discouraging and upsetting.   Slow down When you’re learning, it takes time for your ...

12th Aug

2017

Anyone who studied music knows that learning an instrument is so much more than meets the eye. The discipline and perseverance involved ultimately make you a better person in life, and here’s why: Learning How to Learn Research ...

19th Jul

2017

  You saw a post about the benefits of music. It was an article or maybe a video about how much music is helping people in a school, hospital, nursing facility, etc. You immediately thought of the music therapist you know and sent ...

6th Jul

2017

Using musical cues to learn a physical task significantly develops an important part of the brain, according to a new study. People who practiced a basic movement task to music showed increased structural connectivity between the ...

1st Jun

2017

Dr. Francis Collins, Director of the National Institutes of Health, Deborah Rutter, Director of the Kennedy Center, and renowned soprano, Renée Fleming, serving as an artistic ambassador for the Kennedy Center,  sponsored an historic ...

11th May

2017

Click Here to Register for our Drumming Group Saturday, July 22nd at 5:30pm in Mission Viejo $15.00 (address provided with RSVP) Email meghan@playyourpartmusic.com to RSVP!   Dr. Barry Bittman, MD and his collaborators from the ...

14th Apr

2017

Disclaimer: The following article uses identity-first language. To read about why the Autistic community prefers identity-first language, click here. This information is adapted from the Autistic Self Advocacy Network’s resource ...

16th Feb

2017

Today I wanted to share a video produced by my friend and former Loyola University colleague Seth Laucks who is a Board Certified Music Therapist. This short documentary has earned accolades from the Global Film Competition, Garden ...

27th Jan

2017

Music and movement are very intimately connected, not just in society but also deep within the very structures of our bodies. The urge to rock out to loud music at a concert has specific correlations to structures in our ears and neck ...

19th Jan

2017

The National Endowment for the Arts released a guide in December 2016 to assist and encourage researchers and community arts providers to team up in research pursuits. It has been long-documented and is well-known the benefits of the ...