Liverpool Philharmonic, Help Musicians UK and Liverpool John Moores University have launched an initiative to research injury prevention in professional musicians.
A recent study into the importance of music in youth culture has revealed that an overwhelming majority of the younger generation regard music to be an essential part of life.
Ever wondered why live music gives you goosebumps? Well, researchers think they may have cracked the science behind it.
The songs we listen to during our teen years dictate our musical tastes as adults, according to a new study.
Botswana has the most unique music in the world while China's sound is the most distinct from its neighbours, according to the analysis of 8,200 recordings from 137 countries.
University Hospital Southampton NHS Trust reported a reduction in pain and anxiety among patients who listened to music, in 90 percent of studies.
The 2014 study has come to light after a member of the European parliament submitted a freedom of information request.
A professor and pianist is converting irregular heart rhythms into compositions, in order to help doctors develop a more advanced understanding of arrhythmia.
Music fans who experience sensations like a lump in the throat or goose bumps when listening to music have different brain structures than those that don't, a study has found.
Music fans aged between 16 and 19 are more likely to consume music via streaming platforms than broadcast radio, with playlists dominating over albums, new research finds.