Access focused research that supports the benefits of outdoor music in a variety of settings, venues, and communities
Play can add joy to life, relieve stress, and connect one to others and the world around them. It is important for the elderly to engage in fun activities as it has many physiological and psychological benefits.
Students at Sulphur Springs School make beautiful music as they learn with their outdoor Freenotes instruments.
The article Quality Outdoor Play Spaces for Young Children sites a music and movement-acoustic play area as an imperative part of any outdoor play space.
A growing body of research confirms that experiencing music in nature positively engages the brain, builds social cohesion, and creates the conditions to build harmonious communities.