Supporting Musicians To Perform At Their Best
We provide an array of evidence-based health and wellbeing services for the global music industry.
Designed to keep musicians performing at their best, Elevate Music provides crisis-prevention tools and peak performance management for musicians of all career levels.
Lucy Heyman, CEO, Elevate Music
A much-needed crisis-prevention model for the music industry
“Studies have shown that pop musicians feel unsupported in their careers with health and wellbeing issues, so our evidence-based tools look at the key topics that research tells us they need most help with.
Our services are initiating a much-needed crisis-prevention model within the industry to try and stop preventable issues from impacting on musicians’ health in the future.”
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Our services range from coaching, consultancy and project creation to bespoke health and wellbeing support programmes, all of which are informed by scientific research in this area.
Previous clients include Universal Music, Warner Music, Syco, Good Soldier Songs and the PRS, and our expertise and research has been used to inform offerings from top industry charities including Help Musicians, BAPAM, Music Support and more.
Our CEO, Lucy Heyman has recently co-written Sound Advice, a health, wellbeing and performance manual for musicians with journalist Rhian Jones, funded and supported by the UK music industry. Find out more here.
The Elevate Music Podcast aims to educate and inform musicians about the common wellbeing and health issues they may face, equipping them with the tools they need to manage and prevent problems when developing their careers.
Launched in July 2019 and now onto its second series, The Elevate Music Podcast focuses on a range of different themes across including mental and vocal health, hearing problems, stage fright, drugs and alcohol, creativity on demand; social media; the challenge of touring; stress and coping, and many more.
It is created in partnership with charity Help Musicians, and each episode focuses on a guest artist, as well as the voices of relevant experts. Previous guests have included Imogen Heap, Dodie, Nina Nesbitt, Shaun Ryder, Miles Kane and more.
Listen to the podcast here.
Read about it in Music Week here.