Music in Relation to Wellness
Written by: Zachary Ong | SRMC Student [Bachelor of Music (Honours) Music Performance – Level 6]
Many of us are heavily reliant on using music as a tool to help us cope with the stress and anxiety that we experience on a day-to-day basis, whether it being at work or school. Thus, it is no surprise that music is often linked with the subject of wellness
Passion in a Practical World: Covid edition (part 1)
Many of us who choose the arts career path prize freedom over stability, but how many of us know how to balance the two without killing your passion? This article by lecturer Enya Lim explores what it means to be a full-time music artist(e) while surviving a global health pandemic, and having to face constantly changing Covid policies.
8 Simple Tips to to Boost Your Career in Music or Dance on TikTok in Singapore 2021
So after months of lurking on the TikTok, you’ve decided that you finally want to showcase your talents on the app and hopefully get onto the For You Page (FYP), which is the first page you land on when you open the TikTok app…but where do you begin?
Sing More, Feel Better (Part One)
Ever gleefully belt along to Bruno Mars while cruising in the car, or hummed a soothing familiar tune to help calm your nerves during an anxious moment? Such spontaneous singing windows are testament to the subconscious positive correlation between singing and mental health.