Listen to our General Director interviewed on WTAN’s Kelly Kelly Show
Podcast audio (coming soon)
Available until NOVEMBER 30 ONLY!
“Recover, Rebuild, Reconnect with Live Music”
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An article recently penned by our General Director, Maestro Stephen P Brown, and Music Therapist Sarah Michaels, was published by Medium and Thrive Global. Just takes a few minutes to read as it introduces the idea that music and mental health are related. Our new Accessibility Expansion program will help clarify our language and messaging, and even find research and data that highlights just how much live, in-person music actually impacts our mental and emotional well-being.
You can now watch 10 episodes of Weekend Prelude messages by Maestro Stephen P Brown on our YouTube channel! Don’t forget to share the good ones, too…
A while after the isolation restrictions began we decided to bring forward an in-person program by several months, and put part of it online.
Each Weekend Prelude is designed to start your weekends with a musical purpose, exploring topics that directly impact your participation in live music activities as performers, listeners and volunteers.
Got a topic you’d like to know more about? Request it here.
Watch every episode live on Saturdays at 9am Eastern!
October 9 is world mental health day.
Participating in live music as performers AND listeners is known to help prevent escalation of many mental health issues, including anxiety, stress, depression, loneliness, and even suicide.
What are you going to do today to participate?
Here are some ideas: