On the second day of my son's life, born 11 weeks early, a woman approached me in the NICU with a guitar and other instruments. As a music therapist, she said she had scientifically proven ways of alleviating the stress…
By Terry Rubin
The choir group is supported by Path with Art, a Seattle-based nonprofit with a mission to connect people recovering from homelessness, addiction and other trauma to arts programming.
By Aileen Imperial, KCTS
Amongst the smells of medicine and sounds of hospital equipment, four year old Allistaire escapes to a sense of normalcy, playing with instruments and enjoying music just as she does at home.
By Laila Kazmi, KCTS
By PBS NewsHour
Special correspondent Judy Muller reports on a band of musicians who also have Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and dementia. They use music to stay active, socially connected and to find new purpose.
By Jenny Marder
Judging by lyrics alone, the lionshare of lullabies are not sweet and soothing; they are dark and creepy and macabre. So why are so many lullabies murder ballads? And as it relates to their primary function -- to lull the…
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