Press

Check out this selection of press articles featuring Sing at Work as well as interviews with Ross and Linsey

ThinkBusiness.ie (2021)

Sing at Work hits the right notes to boost wellbeing

In a working world transformed forever by the pandemic, Irish business Sing at Work has found a way to boost workers' energy and moods.

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Sunday Independent Life Magazine (2021)

Interview with Orla Nelligan

Sing at Work's first "spread", during this interview Ross and Linsey talk about the benefits of singing in the workplace and how it can help with mental help and wellbeing.

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ITV (2021)

How Long Covid sufferers are learning breathing techniques used by ENO Opera Singers to recover

Opera singers are experts in the use of breath to make sound, not just using the top part of the lungs as most of us do, but learning how to breathe deeply and in the right way!

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Career Addict (2016)

Why Singing in the office is good for you

There is plenty of evidence that listening to music at work can improve your performance, but what about singing? Does it work the same way?

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Work and Wellbeing (2018)

5 reasons why an office choir can get your team singing to the same tune

The words "team building" usually bring about sighs and scepticism. While these activities are intended to bring a team together and encourage staff to interact less formally, unfortunately they sometimes have the opposite effect.

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Quartz (2019)

The surprising benefits of singing at work

An increasing focus on "wellbeing" at work has led some of the UK's biggest corporations to fund music lessons and choirs.

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Inc. (2018)

Sing to ease stress and anxiety: This Might Be the Simplest Scientific Way to Get Rid of Stress You've Ever Heard Of

Basic vocalizing can trigger your parasympathetic nervous system, calming you down.

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Raconteur (2018)

Why should you invest in a corporate wellness program?

The wellbeing of staff is a win-win for employees and employers as the spotlight focuses on mental health in the workplace and its impact on the bottom line

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NAMM

Invest in your employees: The Benefits of Recreational Music Making for Working People Over Age 45

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GeekWire (2020)

The benefits of music lessons taken throughout the working day.

A music lesson in the middle of a telecommuting day can provide the same benefits - gratification through growth and development, intellectual stimulation, a cognitive refresh - as a typical workplace lesson.

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on:song (2019)

The impact of singing in the workplace. How singing lifts peoples mood and brings them together!

A workplace choir is proven to improve employee wellbeing, mental health and happiness and can take employees out of their comfort zones, shown to lead to greater levels of engagement and creativity and help improve your company's bottom line

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