Health & Wellbeing

Music is powerful – we are passionate about providing hope, health and happiness in our communities through music.

“The importance of music can’t be underestimated. Listening to music helps improve our physical, mental and emotional health.”

Dr Robyn Littlewood, Chief Executive, Health and Wellbeing Queensland

Key objectives

Develop a meaningful platform to promote health and wellbeing through music in Queensland.

Develop a strong case for support through research (applied research, methodology and evaluation).

Build relationships with stakeholders who are leaders in this area.

Healthy Aging

Aged Care
Dementia studies

Communities – people

First Nations

We’re sharing the joy

Well at Work
People with disabilities

QSO launches the Healthy Ageing pilot program in collaboration with Uniting Care in May, 2023.

QSO launches their Health and Wellbeing Program in September, 2021.

Listen to industry leaders talk about the importance of health and wellbeing.

#Health and Wellbeing Literature Review

#Health and Wellbeing Supporters

Associate Professor John Allan and Dr Janet Allan

The K&D / S&R Anketell Foundation

Mr Chris Freeman AM and Mrs Sue Freeman

Ms Valmay Hill and Mr Russell Mitchell

Queensland Symphony Orchestra respectfully acknowledges the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the land on which the Orchestra works, plays, and creates music, and we pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.