#SUHotTopics

Expert advice and opinions on the hottest topics in music education

 

Each term we'll be addressing a different area of music education and bringing you expert opinion on how to teach it.

Keep an eye on our Facebook and Twitter pages for the #SUHotTopics discussions.

Head over to the Hot Topics area of our site for our full articles.

 

 

#SUHotTopics: Benefits of singing on physical and mental health

Join a Sing Up live Q&A with experts Phoene Cave and Daisy Fancourt on 3 October 2017 at 8pm GMT to discuss the benefits of singing. This event is open to everyone, not just Sing Up Members, via our Facebook page.

Joining you on a live stream, we’ll be exploring the physical and mental health benefits of singing. Based on recent research conducted as part of Sing Up’s 10th birthday celebrations and the experiences of our experts, we’ll be discussing the benefits we’ve witnessed in singers of all ages as well as sharing ideas to help you reap those benefits in your own practice. Join in the live chat on the day to ask for advice directly from our experts.

 

Do you have questions for our experts?

Want advice on good vocal health? Do you have questions about how to keep your pupils happy through singing? Whatever your question on the topic, please submit your question to us here and we will do our best to answer them on 3 October.

RSVP to our Facebook event

For updates on this live chat and to be notified when the stream starts, make sure you RSVP to our event.

 

Previous #SUHotTopics events

#SUHotTopics: Keeping singers engaged through their voice change

In March we ran a Facebook Live event giving the music teacher community an opportunity to discuss with experts a topic we see raised a lot. Professor Martin Ashley and music teacher Jane Werry sat down with our Head of Learning Shelly Ambury for an hour to talk about voice change. Watch the full discussion below.

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