Upcoming events during National Music Therapy Week

Songs for Belltree – Wednesday 8th June. 7pm – 11pm.

Brighton’s Latest Music Bar presents ‘Songs For Belltree’ on Wednesday 8th June.  The gig is part of a series of nationwide events supporting the UK’s first ever National Music Therapy Week (6 – 11th June 2011) and features an enviable line up of artists including Kate Walsh, Lucky Jim, Eddie Myer (Turin Brakes) Sarah Jay (Massive Attack) and rising star James Bay.

Doors at 7pm – 11pm.  Tickets are available from: http://thelatest.co.uk/musicbar/

Brighton is celebrating National Music Therapy Week with a series of events across the city including ‘An Introduction to Music Therapy’ for health care professionals and interested members of the public.

The nationwide event will see music therapists across the UK work together to promote positive awareness of music therapy through the communication of case studies and news using a network of e – newsletters, magazines, music events and talks all supported by a programme of social networking and PR.

An Introduction To Music Therapy  – Monday 6th June at Komedia.

Music therapists from Sussex will present information and case studies to show how music therapy can be of benefit to many people, particularly those with communication and emotional difficulties related to disability, illness or injury. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions to music therapists with a wide range of experience.

 6pm – 8.15pm.  Entry is £3 on the door

Busking for Belltree- 7th & 8th June

Students of Brighton Institute of Modern Music are supporting ‘Busking for Belltree’ on Tuesday 7th June by performing at the piazza of ‘ Churchill Square Shopping Centre (12 – 3pm) and again on Wednesday 8th June at the Pavilion Gardens (12 – 3pm) with students from the prestigious music college performing alongside students from Downs View Link College to raise money and awareness of the benefits of music therapy.

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