Research

We collaborate with academics to research the impact of the voice and body on how we think, feel and lead

"Singing as a group was a great leveller – it allowed everyone to participate and build something bigger than themselves. We were amazed at what we learned and achieved in the time."

 
 

We're fascinated by what influences our thoughts, decisions and behaviour, and intrigued by the role of our voices and bodies. We work with leading academics in fields from neuroscience to business to investigate this further, improve understanding and disseminate findings. Our current projects include a collaboration with the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience at University College London that explores how singing impacts on the brain. We'll share our findings here as the project develops.

The existing research in this area is fascinating. Studies show that singing with other people releases oxytocin, which in turn creates feelings of trust within the group. And Professor Amy Cuddy has proved that adopting an open and expansive posture for just two minutes will make you feel more powerful. We are always open to research partnerships. Drop us a line if you'd like to discuss your research interests or, indeed, find out more about ours!

 

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