Music’s Effect on a Neo-Natal Care Unit in Marseilles, France

At a hospital in Marseilles a volunteer music therapist, Elsa Tanina Ouabdesselam who was still training with Mary Aillan took her little seven string Sounding Bowl into a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) and began to play to the infants there. NICUs care for babies born with life-threatening conditions, many […]

Interview with Adriana Von Runic of BMS

2018 with Majeta Kramar What role does music play in a baby’s life?  How can it affect a baby’s well-being and development? We are not talking about all music or just any genre, but about music that has been specifically selected for babies.  Scientific  research has proved that classical music, […]

Experts Say

Music seems to “selectively activate” neurochemical systems and brain structures associated with positive mood, emotion regulation, attention and memory in ways that promote beneficial changes. – Prof Kim Innes, PhD Professor of Epidemiology School of Public Health West Virginia University, USA The possibilities of music are endless and this program […]

Music Concerts for Baby at the Philharmonic

The most sought after philharmonic performances, the famous baby concerts, began today at the Belgrade Philharmonic, and the orchestra will play for them in two terms until Friday. Together with conductor Aleksandar Kojic, the Philharmonic performs a lullaby Symphony to the delight of the youngest who curiously watch the orchestra […]

How Music can Soothe Anxiety in Pregnancy

Before she became a mother, Elizabeth Larsen, 42, of Huntley, Ill., had four miscarriages. The losses were devastating and complicated her feelings about her future pregnancies.   “I was always worried, waiting for the other shoe to drop. I felt broken and depressed,” Larsen says. Looking for ways to soothe […]

Music and the Baby Brain

Dr. Patricia Kuhl explains the importance of determining why its so important for the very young brain to engage in positive sensory experiences, and shares these groundbreaking findings with her audience.   <<RELATED WORKS <<HOME