|September is here and it’s time to celebrate all things Classical Music for Classical Music Month! Each year, this month brings us the perfect excuse to play, perform, listen, compose, and appreciate the classical music of today and throughout history.
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In 1994, Bill Clinton declared that September is Classical Music Month. Since then, each year, concert halls and venues both large and small across the globe hold various types of events to celebrate it.
With concert performances and opportunities for newbies to the classical music world to discover, this internationally celebrated day acts as an opportunity to bring classical music the attention it deserves.
Classical music isn’t just for entertainment either. Did you know that there are many health benefits to listening to classical music? Studies have shown that listening to classical music can have some very interesting effects on the human body, from reducing blood pressure to helping treat depression and anxiety disorders amongst many other things. Check out some of the other health benefits of listening to classical music here.
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