Is Music on your menu?

Music has always been an integral part of the human experience throughout the ages and with apparently good reason as scientists are now touting the myriad health benefits of playing and / or listening to music, particularly music that you like. It seems that listening to music makes you happier, lowering stress and boosting your immune system and can even help you to sleep better. Listening to music while you run or study can also help to improve your running performance and your memory and recall. Taken together, these improvements add up to an all-around better quality of life and increased personal and professional performance whether you listen on your Ipod or attend a concert. See the full article here:

Fortunately, there are many musical events on offer in Cayman, one of the most notable being Music on the Menu, which features an elegant 3 course dinner with wine accompanied by a live musical concert. It is a win win, sustenance for both body and mind!  Their next event takes place this evening January 28th 2016 at Luca Restaurant beginning at 6:30 pm. Artists will include Anne Walsh, Lauren Knuckey, Allie Cortens and Glen Inanga. For more information or to purchase tickets visit:

The Cayman Arts Festival are also sponsoring several noteworthy musical events this year that will give the public the opportunity to listen to live performances from some of the world’s leading musicians. These include The London Philharmonic Orchestra, Elizabeth Pitcairn and Motkhar Samba on February 18th, 20th and 26th respectively. For more information on these and other upcoming events click on the link