Professor Stephen Clift, Director of the Sidney De Haan Research Centre will be speaking at The Wellbeing Symposium 2015 in Maidstone on 11th November 2015. For full details please click here AdvertisementsRead more "Singing Improves Wellbeing – Research Shared At Symposium"
Participants from the Parkinson’s singing group run by Grenville Hancox in Pimlico were asked to briefly reflect on their experience of taking part 1. Dear Grenville After our skylarks session yesterday I felt relaxed and happy. I have always enjoyed singing and was a member of our church choir. Singing with the Skylarks brings back many […]Read more "Powerful reflections from Pimlico Parkinson’s Singing Group"
The Sidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health have joined forces with Live Music Now and Soundsense in an ambitious new initiative to explore how singing can feature regularly in care homes across the country. For full details please visit the A Choir In Every Care Home website.Read more "A Choir in Every Care Home – a national initiative to enrich care home life with music and singing"
A one day conference on June 4th, 2015, in London, hosted by the Royal Society for Public Health, with speakers from the Sidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health. Please click here for full detailsRead more "Arts Wellbeing and Health: RSPH Conference promoting good practice and evaluation"
The Sidney de Haan Research Centre for Music, Arts & Health presents Healthy Voices for Healthy Lives Thursday 7 May, 2015, 10am-4pm, St Gregory’s Centre for Music A one day conference exploring the protection and maintenance of good vocal health organised by the Sidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health at Canterbury Christ Church University with assistance […]Read more "Healthy Voices for Healthy Lives: A one day symposium exploring maintaining and protecting the voice"