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Hypermobility in Instrumental Musicians

Performance specialist physiotherapist Lucie Rayner, looks at hypermobility in the context of the unique physical demands placed on the musculoskeletal system by playing a musical instrument, and introduces strategies for hypermobile musicians to help mitigate the...

Managing a return to performance

In part 4 of our article series covering aspects of returning to performance environments, and building up work schedules and routines in the light of the COVID 19 pandemic and lockdowns, Dr Naomi Brecker, Consultant Occupational Physician, considers the vital role of...

When the curtain goes up again: Injury prevention for dancers

Part 3 of our article series covering aspects of returning to performance environments and building up work schedules and routines in the light of the COVID 19 pandemic and lockdowns. BAPAM Physiotherapist Lucie Rayner looks at injury prevention for dancers, and...

Long COVID: Patient Experience and Support Groups

Long COVID is an umbrella term that describes a cluster of symptoms related to an initial COVID infection where symptoms persist after the acute infection phase. It appears that Long COVID can affect the whole body including the respiratory, cardiovascular,...

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The BAPAM Vocal Rehabilitation Coach Project

In 2017 Vocal Rehabilitation Coach, Dane Chalfin, highlighted to BAPAM the benefit of singing rehabilitation coaches as part of the multidisciplinary team in specialist Voice Clinics which treat professional singers. At the time, there were a very few singing...

Empowering Transgender Voices Through Singing

Countertenor, teacher and LGBTQ+ advocate, Alexander Pullinger, was awarded a bursary by Sound Connections to research a pressing issue within classical singing, one that has profound health implications for the performing arts and society as a whole. Singing is well...

BAPAM CEO Claire Cordeaux on Elevate Music Podcast

BAPAM join Elevate Music Podcast to explore how musicians can prepare for a return to live performance after a break In this final episode of the current series of the excellent Elevate Music Podcast, musician Lauren Aquilina talks about her experience of returning to...

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