On-demand webinar: The cognitive benefits of music


Join Tania Frazer, Artistic Director and Oboist with the Southern Cross Soloists to learn what happens to you emotionally, physically and psychologically when you listen to music. Most people enjoy music but did you know it can improve your cognitive function? Music has so many positive effects on our well-being.

Chime in for this special discovery session on the impact of music on Dementia, Parkinson’s and the brain in general.
 


 

About Tania Frazer

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Born in Australia, Tania Frazer completed both her undergraduate and postgraduate degrees with David Theodore at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London on full scholarship. Following graduation, she was a member of the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival Orchestra and Chamber Orchestra working closely with Lorin Maazel, Rostropovich, Solti and others. As a chamber musician Tania Frazer has collaborated with artists such as Richard Tognetti, Teddy Tahu Rhodes, Dawn Upshaw, Ilya Konovalov, and Avi Avital to name a few. A dedicated teacher, Tania is the Oboe Lecturer at the University of Queensland in Brisbane and is also the Director of the Southern Cross Soloists Winter Music School.

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  Posted February 17, 2021 in Events