On-line Well-Being Survey on Singing

Rito Bento, a graduate student working with AIRS Co-investigator Dr. Stephen Clift  at the Sidney De Haan Institute at Canterbury Christ Church University, has created an online survey which aims to gather information regarding the impact of singing on general well being and quality of life.


AIRS invites everyone to complete this survey, as this is a great opportunity to provide valuable data for the researchers.

Advancing Interdisciplinary Research in Singing  (AIRS)

University of Prince Edward Island

December 2011


To AIRS members:


For the AIRS Season Greeting in Song  (click on the hyperlink) Bing-Yi Pan has transmographied 4 human AIRS member voices in gladsome harmony, accompanied by moving images of the participants in the 2011 AIRS Annual Meeting.  Enjoy! (If you would like to add snowflakes to the video, be sure to click on the snowflake at the right of the screen).



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