Musicians' Health Collective

Musicians' Health Collective: Supporting the health of musicians

Talking to Josh Lee about Life, the Tuba, and Cancer
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Ruth Boden, Cellist, Hiker, and Outdoor Performer
interview filmed by Gavin Carver. Check out their interview here at Backpackers.org andCheck out her website
Sharing Music, Connection, and Joy with Allegra Montanari
interview work and dedication, and I'm excited to share this interview and her work with a larger audience
From Violinist to Physical Therapist: Talking With Arlyn Thobaben, D.P.T.
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The Art of Failure and Resilience: Speaking to Cellist Barbara Bogatin Part 1
interview needed to talk to her. Here is part one of our hour plus interview. K: What’s your general background
Music and Yoga: An Interview with François Raoult
interview Music and Yoga: An Interview with François Raoult
An Interview with Rachel Galvin White of Music and Muscle
interview , I'm excited to have an interview with violist and trainer Rachel White Galvin, founder of Music and An Interview with Rachel Galvin White of Music and Muscle
Supporting All Voices: Interview Part 1 with Dr. Anita Kozan
interview interview, we delve more into the care and keeping of the transitioning voice, and how the support Supporting All Voices: Interview Part 1 with Dr. Anita Kozan
The Intersection of Music and Psychology: An Interview with Lisa Chisolm of Master Performing
The Intersection of Music and Psychology: An Interview with Lisa Chisolm of Master Performing interview interview with Canadian Bassoonist and performance coach Lisa Chisholm of Master Performing, who began her this interview, we spoke about Body Mapping - that is one great example! I would describe Body Mapping
Body Mapping, Flying, and Flute: Chatting with Vanessa Breault Mulvey (part 1)
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Supporting Transgender Voices: Interview Part 2 with Dr. Anita Kozan
interview In part one of this interview with speech and vocal pathologist Dr. Anita Kozan, we focused on Supporting Transgender Voices: Interview Part 2 with Dr. Anita Kozan Tribune about Anita and her support of the trans voice, as evidenced by the interviews. To learn
Catching Up with John Beder and His Documentary, "Composed"
interview documentary project Composed. Since I first featured him, John has interviewed many classical musicians in interviews for the project. The latest addition being the Time for Three string trio who we met with , and writers, including some of my own teachers and colleagues. After 9 months of interviews, I last fall, interviewed in February for the blog, and who has since been hard at work at his . Kayleigh: In the 9 months since we first connected, you've done a ton of interviews- how many, exactly
Talking with John Beder about Beta-Blockers and "Composed"
interview interviewed thus far? Have there been any surprises in terms of interviewing musicians? Have there been refusals? JB: So far I’ve interviewed some great people and am always surprised with each interview
The Art of Failure and Resilience: Speaking with Barbara Bogatin, Part 2
interview ended up interviewing 5 or 6 different musicians about their practice, and some people sought me out This is part 2 of a two part series, interviewing cellist Barbara Bogatin of the San Francisco
Polyphonic.Org Webinar Up!
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It’s Finally Showtime for Documentary on Performance Anxiety, “Composed”
accomplished since our first interview in the winter of 2015. This month, “Composed” hits the road with interview expected in our initial interview. The documentary began its funding as a kickstarter campaign with a , Philadelphia, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and many more. With 61 interviews completed
The Intersection of Dance, Pilates, and Music: An Interview with Cicely Nelson
The Intersection of Dance, Pilates, and Music: An Interview with Cicely Nelson interview
10 Things I Learned While Recovering from Reconstructive Hand Surgery
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Year in Review
interviews and share other people's amazing work and stories with a larger audience. The blog grown in less than two years. I have new interviews on the docket, as well as product reviews, new interviewed in 2015 (Rachel, Josh, Allegra and John Beder for starters!). It's been a treat to do more
"Composed" Reviewed: First Reactions and Insights
conclusion of those interviewed was that beta-blockers can help performers play their best, but will not help audiences. Drawing interviews from other 60 musicians, totaling 120 hours of footage, John Beder managed form and the challenge at hand. Despite the sheer volume of interviews, the documentary is just short of 80 minutes. One look at the number of interviews reveals that there are many fantastic to edit the interviews into a cohesive and engaging narrative. Footage of orchestras, soloists
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