MUSIC, WELLBEING AND MENTAL HEALTH CONFERENCE 2019

Individuals and communities’ well-being and mental health can benefit from music listening and performing. Conversely, we are increasingly becoming aware of the physical and mental challenges that music professionals from all areas face. These can be further accentuated when considered in a high-pressure environment such as academia.

Following on from the success of the 2018 event at York St. John University, we are bringing together researchers and practitioners to share their research on the various interrelationships of music, audio, and wellbeing. We look to academia and a range of wider contexts including health, media/entertainment industries and the music performance world.

Conference on Saturday 11th - Sunday 12th May

£10 per day for non-members - further details available on the website