By WXXI Public Broadcasting Council
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Brenda Tremblay hosts a series of conversations with musicians about their stories and their advice for staying healthy, whether you’re bending over a computer or a guitar, talking or singing.
||CleanRebecca Penneys||Pianist and teacher Rebecca Penneys’ early experiences with dance, music, and illness shaped her ideas about wellness. She explains what it means to “dance at the piano.”||2/7/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanAllyn Van Dusen||Singer and teacher Allyn Van Dusen made a health resolution about five years ago. She explains what it was and how it’s changed her life.||1/28/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanNicholas Goluses||Guitarist Nicholas Goluses lost a lot of weight in 2012. He talks with WXXI’s Brenda Tremblay about how he did it and why he’s embraced technologies that older guitarists have rejected.||1/17/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanKristin Shiner McGuire||Percussionist Kristin Shiner McGuire tells the story of how a moment of frustration at the Department of Motor Vehicles landed her in physical therapy. She describes her lifelong passion for fitness, and what she tells students who show up for lessons.||1/14/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanDr. C. Michael Haben||Dr. C. Michael Haben, a Rochester physician who specializes in care of the voice, offers advice for keeping your voice healthy during the cold winter months, whether you sing, talk, or teach all day. He recommends a specific beverage and a unique way .||1/7/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanCarol Rodland||Violist Carol Rodland of the Eastman School of Music explains why Pilates became important to her long before movie stars picked it up. She'll also describe the common problems college students run into when they arrive at a conservatory, how to avoid.||1/3/2013||Free||View in iTunes|