It’s quite intuitive that singing makes us feel good, but here’s some scientific justification.
Earlier this year, a research team from the Royal College of Music’s Centre for Performance Science gathered data from a concert of music by Eric Whitacre. There were two primary questions for which the research team hoped to find answers:
1. How does singing affect the health and well-being of professional musicians?
2. How does listening to singing affect the health and well-being of audience members?