They say laughter is the best medicine, but researchers at Griffith are looking at whether singing may be able to help improve the lives of Parkinson’s sufferers. Researchers at the Queensland Conservatorium Research Centre are launching a new 6-month project to evaluate whether singing can help improve the communication skills and mental outlook of people with Parkinson’s Disease.
Dr Irene Bartlett has helped shape the talents of some of the country’s most popular voices, such as Katie Noonan, Megan Washington, Kristin Berardi, Elly Hoyt and Dami Im.
Queensland Conservatorium graduate Elly Hoyt will soon touch down in her father’s homeland of USA, to undertake a prestigious Masters in jazz performance.
Following a worldwide talent search, a 22-year-old student from the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University has been selected to fly to London to perform at Jonathan Reid Gealt’s West End concert, “Here for You”. Through a process of video submissions, Tom Cromwell is one of only three singers selected and will sing the composer’s signature […]