This seminar will bring together eminent clinicians and musicians to explore and celebrate how and why music works in the stunning setting of Gloucester Cathedral.
Music is more than an art form; it has the power to touch the soul, to evoke long-forgotten memories, to produce tears and laughter.
In the hazy mist of dementia, psychosis or stroke, music may be the one channel of communication to ease the pain and isolation of the condition.
The event is aimed at medical professionals, musicians, Arts and Health practitioners, care home providers and staff or anyone interested in the power of music.
The event takes place on Friday 15 April 2016, 2pm at Gloucester Cathedral, 12 College Green, Gloucester GL1 2LX
Cost is £75 which includes the afternoon seminar, all refreshments, early evening drinks, organ recital, 3 course dinner (with wine) and after dinner speaker.
More about the event and booking details are on the Mindsong website.