Music, Sound and Wellbeing.
Music for Wellbeing
Music for Wellbeing is a music initiative was set up by Neil Chan, a musician, ethnomusicologist, and audio engineer based in Singapore. Music for Wellbeing have organised numerous music playing activities using a variety of musical instruments and percussion at hospital wards (Sengkang Health), migrant worker food distribution events (Healthserve), and memories cafes by the Alzheimer’s Disease Association.
OneHeartBeat Percussions is a leading percussion music-making organisation that have been providing music-making programmes to the young and seniors. They have a long working history with educational institutions (such as Mainstream Schools, Preschools, Special Needs Schools, Student Management Centers, and At-Risk Youth Agencies), Government Agencies, Senior Activity Centers and Nursing homes, and Adult Learning Centers. Their programmes have created rhythm-centric to promote wellness amongst elderly, intergenerational interaction as well as community bonding.
Play for Good Band
Play for Good Band is an initiative comprising musicians, singers and music enthusiasts. Established in 2015, the group aims to connect, share, and channel their musical passion with the community. They have ventured to nursing homes to share their passion with nursing home residents.