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PostHeaderIcon Cambridgeshire Music opens new clinic in Huntingdon – and will help those with dementia

Cambridgeshire Music operates one of the largest teams of music therapists in the country and since its establishment in 1995, the team has gone from strength to strength with music therapists working with individuals, as well as in special schools, mainstream schools, units attached to schools, clinics and children's centres across Cambridgeshire.

Cambridgeshire Music operates one of the largest teams of music therapists in the country and since its establishment in 1995, the team has gone from strength to strength with music therapists working with individuals, as well as in special schools, mainstream schools, units attached to schools, clinics and children’s centres across Cambridgeshire. Read more here

PostHeaderIcon Music, Sound and Silence – helping children through music

Allison and Sage Davies share the joy of music

REGISTERED music therapist Allison Davies is bringing her autism and music workshop ‘Music, Sound & Silence’, to Mackay. “There are a lack of specialist health care providers in regional areas, so why not empower parents, carers, educators and therapists with basic musical skills they can use themselves?” Ms Davies said.
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PostHeaderIcon Michigan music therapist records young patients’ heartbeats

In this Friday, June 17, 2016, image from video, Bridget Sova, music therapist at Helen DeVos Children's Hospital in Grand Rapids, Mich., records the heartbeat of Julius Jackson while he holds his daughter, Mistha. Sova records the heartbeats of young patients–and sometimes their parents–and sets the sounds to music as a memory-making gift for parents and other loved ones. (AP Photo/Mike Householder)

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) — A music therapist at a Michigan children’s hospital has made dozens of unique recordings as a gift for patients’ parents and other loved ones. rhythmic heartbeats of young patients then blends them with a recording of her playing guitar or singing a tune of the family’s choosing. Sova, 24, says it’s a way to ensure the heartbeats live on, regardless of what happens to the child. Read more here

PostHeaderIcon Tibetan Monks Perform “Sacred Music Sacred Dance for World Healing” at Asia Society Texas Center on August 20

Houston, Texas—The famed multiphonic singers of Tibet’s Drepung Loseling Monastery, whose sellout performances in Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center received national acclaim, will perform Sacred Music Sacred Dance for World Healing in Houston as part of their international tour of The Mystical Arts of Tibet. The performance will be held at Asia Society Texas Center on Saturday, August 20. Tickets are $15 for Asia Society Members and $25 for Nonmembers. Read more here

PostHeaderIcon Hitmaker Nile Rodgers talks Lady Gaga, Bowie, Chic and healing power of music

Nile Rodgers, of Chic

Nile Rodgers seems to be everywhere, just as he was in the ’70s and ’80s when he and Bernard Edwards steered Chic through a string of disco-era classics (“Le Freak,” “I Want Your Love,” “Good Times”), wrote hits for Sister Sledge (“We are Family”) and Diana Ross (“I’m Coming Out”) and produced albums by Madonna and David Bowie. Read more here

PostHeaderIcon Musicians gather for a “Revival” dedicated to a healing friend

Kristopher Bentley of Sundy Best headlined the night dedicated to Coleman Saunders

LEXINGTON, Ky. (LEX 18) – Friends, fans and family gathered for a night of music and fun in honor of a local music producer. Coleman Saunders was shot during a robbery last week in Lexington, and now his friends are trying to lift him up. Read more here

PostHeaderIcon How Music Therapy Can Lift Body and Soul for Patients

PHOTO: Patient Garrett Lambert plays "Dont Let Us Get Sick," accompanied on the harp by Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center music therapist Holly Mentzer.

Even though patient Garrett Lambert is in an isolation room at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City, meaning visitors must don masks and gowns to enter, music therapist Holly Mentzer’s harp makes the enclosed room feel like a serene, welcoming space as she and Lambert harmonize.
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PostHeaderIcon 24-year-old brain aneurysm patient taking back life with music

AUSTIN (KXAN) — Music has more power than you may think — the power to heal. At St. David’s Rehabilitation Hospital, music and rhythm is helping patients recover after suffering life-threatening brain injuries. “Sent a normal, everyday text to my boyfriend at 12:51 and they called EMS at 12:57. So it only took 6 minutes for me to have the aneurysm,” said Ellie Blair, who’s just 24-years-old. Read more here

PostHeaderIcon Music therapy ‘connects the dots’ for clients of West Salem business

The Life in Harmony Songbird Express music bus

WEST SALEM — At Life in Harmony Music Therapy, aural experiences promote and sustain physiological and psychological wellness. LiH helps people with autism spectrum disorders, cerebral palsy, Down’s syndrome or neurological disorders, among other challenges. Read more here

PostHeaderIcon Music therapists, once marginalized, come into the mainstream at children’s hospitals

Joanna Bereaud rolled her cart down the hospital hallway. A patient was waiting for her treatment — delivered by maraca and drum. Bereaud, a music therapist at Boston Children’s Hospital, carries a guitar on her back and more instruments in her cart: xylophones, an ocean drum, a rain stick, metal chimes, a kid-sized tambourine.
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