New research suggests physical measures and sound screens do little to protect musicians’ hearing.
I’m tone deaf. I can’t sing. It’s usually accompanied by a smile or laugh, but the message is both clear and absolute. And wrong.
Scientists at Wesleyan University have used electroencephalography to uncover differences in how the brains of Classical and Jazz musicians react to an unexpected chord progression.
A new meta-study finds they out-perform non-musicians on memory tasks, including the critical ability to retain and process information.
Musicians are three times more likely to experience depression, with many working under ‘poor conditions’, a new academic study from Help Musicians UK has found.
A Bradford primary school wants the world to know its newfound Sats success is down to giving all children up to six hours of music a week