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Operatic singer uses talents to help people find their voice

Andrea Lynn Cianflone encourages people to sing, confident it will lift hearts.

How music can bring those with Alzheimer’s back to reality

Songs that touch us the most play a vital role in grounding us and bring us back to ourselves.

Fast-food restaurant starts fishy music campaign for Lent

Downloading a fish-themed song gets you free items at Long John Silver's. It might also put you in the mood for fish, says the restaurant's marketing department.

Have you seen Sister Cristina sing Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way”?

The Ursuline sister and winner of Italy’s 'The Voice' brings her message to the US.

4 exquisite covers of “John the Revelator” that improve on the original

This blues song inspired all sorts of artists from Son House to the Blues Brothers and even Steve Vai.

The medieval aid to relaxation

Let the medieval music traditions relieve your stress.

Learn music theory from a Berklee professor … FOR FREE!

This is an invaluable tool for anyone who wants to play music, but has had no formal training.

For the first time, there will be music and painting competitions at the World Youth Day in Panama

The upcoming World Youth Day, which will be held in Panama on January 22-27, has a few surprises in store for attendees.

Happy Public Domain Day! Look at all the free stuff that’s now available

On January 1, 2019, tens of thousands of published works were released from their copyright shackles.

Photos: Ringing in Christmas with the Westminster Cathedral Choir

The annual concert is considered one of the most beautiful celebrations in the world.

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