Recent studies are looking at the positive impact of singing on our memory
How can a research partnership between the Cincinnati Boychoir and the Cincinnati Children's Hospital help you teach and reach more boys going through adolescence?
Further proof that music is more important than ever as a cross-curricular resource
Those that have lost their voice may soon have something to sing about!
New research conducted by Oxford University's Department of Experimental Psychology tells us that singing together is a great way to build social cohesion.
Breaking news! Singing is brilliant exercise and helps keep your heart and lungs healthy.
Check out our fabulous research all about the benefits of singing!
Looking for some fodder to convince people about the benefits of singing for children’s learning and wellbeing? Have a look at what we’ve uncovered over the past four years
‘I want to sing’, an evaluation about seven innovative projects for looked after children will be presented by Professor Pat Petrie at a Youth Music Conference at the Royal Opera House tomorrow