Lectures and Workshops focusing on the physical, mental and emotional health of musicians.
CSU Faculty and professionals from the medical field specializing in healthy and safe practices in a professional musical environment will present a public lecture and question and answer session. Whitfield Center of Christian Leadership, Drew Conference Center.
Students of Dr. Jennifer Whipple, Director and Curriculum Coordinator of Music Therapy, will present individual research projects. Students to be featured will be: (1) Christine Barnes presenting "Musicians' Perspectives of Mental Health," (2) Alisa Ljungquist presenting "Stress Level of the Full Time Worker and Student" and (3) Cecelia Pooler presenting "Music, Emotions, and Mental Health." Lightsey Music Building, Room 100.
Nancy Lorena Moore, Intern of Counseling Services, will present a public lecture regarding mental health and how to manage stress. Lightsey Music Building, Room 100.
Heather J. Thompson, PT/DPT/GCS, Assistant Professor of Kinesiology, will present a public lecture regarding repetitive use injury and prevention and its applications into the music profession. Whittington Hall, Room 103.
Dr. Lucinda Halstead of the MUSC Evelyn Trammell Institute for Voice and Swallowing will present a public lecture discussing healthy and safe practices for the voice and hearing. Strom Thurmond Building, Gold Room.
Dr. Ann Rhodes, of Poise and Performance Voice & Alexander Techniques, will present a public lecture and interactive workshop on the applications of the Alexander Technique. Whitfield Center of Christian Leadership, Drew Conference Center.