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  • Listen to Melbourne Prof Talk About Singing

    Listen to Melbourne Prof Talk About Singing

    Written By Jackie Curtis on September 9th      •      Comments Off on Listen to Melbourne Prof Talk About Singing      •      Blog

    There are lots of articles that talk about the psychological benefits of singing.  Here's Melbourne Professor, Sarah Wilson, talking about what happens in the brain when you sing.        

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  • What does’Tone-Deaf’ mean?

    Written By Jackie Curtis on September 4th      •      Comments Off on What does’Tone-Deaf’ mean?      •      Blog+, Feeling great

    What makes us think we can’t sing? We can sing. We all can sing! But there is such a thing as being ‘tone deaf’… so what exactly is that?  This, written by Sushma Subramanian and published on the 'everyday...

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  • Welcome to My Pop Choir’s Blog!

    Welcome to My Pop Choir’s Blog!

    Written By Jackie Curtis on August 21st      •       No Comments      •      Newsletter

    Welcome to My Pop Choir, Toronto and GTA's Blog! About time, some would say, but we’re on it. My Pop Choir, like other choirs, is much more than singing. It’s a sense of belonging, a sense of community, of...

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  • SINGING IN A GROUP! The Research Doesn’t Lie

    SINGING IN A GROUP! The Research Doesn’t Lie

    Written By Jackie Curtis on August 21st      •      Comments Off on SINGING IN A GROUP! The Research Doesn’t Lie      •      Newsletter

    For past and current members of My Pop Choir, a group of community based choirs for those who love to sing but may have no experience or training in music, they already know the physical, psychological and emotional benefits...

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