Articles From 2012

MONOLITHICA: Sound art displays difference through communities


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?


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


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


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


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


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?


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


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!


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