Articles From 2012

MONOLITHICA: Sound art displays difference through communities

31/10/2012

Monolithica is a public interabilities sound art intervention with 8 sound events over 2 weeks 12-17 November and 23-24 November, 2012, Federation Square Melbourne.

How we respond to music: Cultural construct or hardwired into the brain?

19/07/2012

Assoc Prof Neil McLachlan talks with Dr Shane Huntington of the University of Melbourne amp s quot Up Close quot ...

Punk and disorderly, a sound policy

10/07/2012

Playing with the elephants A sound art collective joins a chamber orchestra in a new performance at the Footscray Community ...

Can we use music to retrain the brain? MMW featured in latest MNI newsletter

09/07/2012

Can we use music to retrain the brain MMW is featured in the latest Melbourne Neurosciences Institute MNI electronic newsletter ...

MMW featured in Melbourne University Magazine 2012

06/07/2012

Music Mind amp Wellbeing have a prominent feature in the Melbourne University Magazine out now Click here to download the ...

Classical Angst: Performing with Anxiety

08/05/2012

quot Shaking sweating nausea performance anxiety can be a nightmare for musicians And many are relying on medication to control ...

Melbourne brain study: Are musicians born or made?

07/05/2012

MMW executive member A Prof Neil McLachlan says he wants to do for music what Apple did for the personal ...

Brotherton Lecture: Music in the Brain

21/04/2012

Links to the audio and video capture of Prof Isabelle Peretz amp BRAMS International Laboratory for Brain Music and Sound ...

Seriously Singing DVD now available!

08/03/2012

Following the hugely successful launch of the documentary film Seriously Singing by Malcolm McKinnon in May the DVD of the ...