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Music therapy is a growing technique that many psychologists and psychiatrists are using to help people in need. BTRtoday speaks with music therapists and researches the practice.
Alzheimer’s makes it difficult to remember things like names, places, and loved ones, but for some reason music can be a cure! BTRtoday speaks with Ruth Drew of the Alzheimer’s Association to find out why.
Hop on the Worldwide Hour and hear tracks from Bonga, Gotan Project, Marianne Feder, and Manu Dibango.
The Rhythmic Arts Project, founded by Eddie Tuduri is an inclusive, innovative educational program serving the special needs community as well as typical preschools and lower grades.
Eddie discusses how encouraging and teaching people to learn though music gives them the opportunities unlike before and are making significant changes in society.
We continue to learn about the comprehensive curriculum offering a wide range of subjects addressing various ability levels through music.
Eddie Tuduri is the founder and director of The Rhythmic Arts Project. He founded the Rhythmic Arts Project in 1997 after a life-changing body surfing accident.
The Rhythmic Arts Project, founded by Eddie Tuduri is an inclusive, innovative educational program serving the special needs community as well as typical preschools and lower grades.
Non-profits are now brandishing music as their weapon of choice in combating the harshness of life. BTR talks with music-based organizations to see how they’re using the power of song to spread positivity.