STIAS Seminar Series 2020: Clorinda Panebianco and Bridget Rennie-Salonen
Dr Bridget Rennie-Salonen (SU) and Prof Clorinda Panebianco (UP) speak about their collaborative project for performing arts health in South Africa while they were at STIAS on their residential fellowship in December 2020
Health education for music students and teachers: A scoping review (Rennie-Salonen & Evans)
Whilst a small amount of research and ongoing advocacy for tertiary-level musicians’ health education exists, there is still a need for health education resources to be tested, particularly with the secondary school music community.
A Multidisciplinary Approach For Effective Rehabilitation Of A Musician With Dystonia
A Multidisciplinary Approach For Effective Rehabilitation Of A Musician With Dystonia. Presenters: Bridget Rennie-Salonen & Bronwen Ackermann ISME 2020 Forum of Instrumental and Vocal Teaching
Mindful musical practice (part 2)
Great insights for musicians from flautist and Body Mapping Practitioner, Dr. Bridget Rennie Salonen. In the second part of our discussion we talked about the importance of self-acceptance, the positive outcomes of the right bodily use and the way these new skills can be integrated into the musical practice, and finally Bridget listed the main points of effective practicing in music.
Mindful musical practice (part 1)
Great insights for musicians from principal flautist and Body Mapping Practitioner, Dr. Bridget Rennie Salonen. In the PerfActionist’s first episode, with Dr. Bridget Rennie-Salonen flautist and Body Mapping Educator, we talked about the value of slow practice, gradual development, how working with mindfulness and self-regulation ability help musicians in achieving more in their practice.