Highs & Lows Performing and in the News:
Singing in Oppenheimer Park August 2, 2022. Thanks to Kenan Zeigler-Sungur of “No Apologies Necessary” on Co-op Radio (Wednesdays, 2:30 to 3:30 pm) for recording us, and playing with us as well!
Listen to us on Co-op Radio’s show on mental health February 25, 2020:
Art and Mental Health podcast, Feb 2020
Highs & Lows Perform at the Vancouver Outsider Arts Festival December, 2020:
Listen to us on CBC’s The Early Edition July 8, 2020:
“A choir takes over Trout Lake so that they can still do what they love”
Listen to us on Co-op Radio’s show on mental health:
“Both Sides Now: Innovative Program on Mental Health”
Singing adds to Health Shula Klinger, Jewish Independent, January 26, 2018
“Spirits Rise with Highs and Lows” Thomas, S. (2013, December 18) Vancouver Courier.
Benefits of art and music for mental wellness:
Social Prescription for Mental Health. A CBC episode of “The Current” on March 27, 2018 explores the benefits of social alternatives to prescription medication.
Music Mends Minds
A web site about a group in California that creates musical support group bands for seniors with neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, dementia, traumatic brain injury, stroke, and veterans with PTSD.
Sheppard, C. (2016, December 11th) “The Neuroscience of Singing.” Uplift. http://upliftconnect.com/neuroscience-of-singing
Ulbricht, C. (2013) “Music Therapy for Health and Wellness.” Psychology Today. https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/natural-standard/201306/music-therapy-health-and-wellness