MusiCares will be providing information on services available to music professionals, as well as offering performing artists and crew working the concert the opportunity to receive free custom-fit filtered earplugs from 12pm-5pm. Look for us at the festival for more information.
MusiCares At IBMA Festival
MusiCares, in collaboration with Center for Arts at the Armory and Smiles Programs… The Mobile Dentists, will host a free dental clinic for music professionals*
Eligible patients will receive a complete dental exam, bitewing X-rays and a dental cleaning free of charge. All appointments must be scheduled in advance.
*To qualify participants must document at least five years professional music career history.
Please call MusiCares at 1.877.303.6962 for more information and to obtain an application.
MusiCares will be backstage providing information on services available to music professionals, as well as offering performing artists and crew working the festival an opportunity to receive FREE custom-fit filtered earplugs. The hearing protection experts from Estes Audiology will be providing molds for the custom musician earplugs backstage during select hours. Visit MusiCares backstage for further information, or call 1.800.687.4227 prior to the event.
Are you plagued by stage fright, panic, or anxiety?
Do you find yourself shutting down or freezing up just before a performance?
Join us for Vocal Health: This is Your Voice on Anxiety. A diverse panel of professionals will focus on the psychology of the performer, addressing attitudes and behaviors that can undermine or support exceptional performance. Considerations for maintaining a healthy mindset as a performer will be addressed from multiple perspectives.
New York University Voice Center Panelists include:
- Shirley Gherson, clinical voice specialist at the NYU Langone Medical Center and an adjunct professor in the Steinhardt School of Graduate Studies at NYU
- Ilana Grunwald, PhD, clinical neurologist
- Doonam Kim, MD, board certified psychiatrist and a Clinical Assistant Professor at the NYU Langone Medical Center
- Brittney Redler, performer and educator in New York City
Seating is limited, RSVP online.
This free seminar for music professionals will provide clear information about your senior aging needs. Are you approaching 65 and wondering about Medicare and what it covers? Are you still working and covered on your company’s group policy and unsure if you need Part B? Don’t like your plan and wonder if there are options you should consider so you can change during open enrollment? What is the difference between Advantage and Supplemental Plans? What age is considered full retirement and what if I am still working? Get your questions answered by Shelia Shipley Biddy with Music Health Alliance who will assist in de-mystifying senior healthcare.