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Music In Mind International – Taiwan

Music In Mind International – Taiwan

For the past few days, we’ve been training 35 participants from Taipei City Hospital, The National Taipei University of Nursing and Health Sciences, plus musicians and students from Taiwan’s National Symphony Orchestra, as part of our first-ever international online Music in Mind training course.

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Research at the heart of what we do – an interview with Dr. Robyn Dowlen

Research at the heart of what we do – an interview with Dr. Robyn Dowlen

Academic research is a vital part of Music in Mind. We caught up with Dr. Robyn Dowlen to discuss her recent studentship with us, The University of Manchester, Lancaster University and the Economic and Social Research Council.

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Dementia Action Week

Dementia Action Week

We kick off Dementia Action Week with a video from Lynda, a carer who has been part of our Music in Mind programme for over 8 years.

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The Paul & Nick Harvey Fund – Grant Awarded to Manchester Camerata’s Community Team

The Paul & Nick Harvey Fund – Grant Awarded to Manchester Camerata’s Community Team

We are delighted to announce that we’ve been awarded a very generous grant from Music for Dementia’s Paul & Nick Harvey Fund.

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Is Music Good for You?

Is Music Good for You?

As a part of Mental Health Awareness Week, our Principal Flautist and Music Therapist, Amina Hussain, appeared on BBC Radio 3. Find out more here.

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We’re expanding our Board

We’re expanding our Board

‘Britain’s most adventurous orchestra’ is looking for new Board Members to join our Board of Directors and steer the direction of the organisation over the coming years.

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Encountering Wordsworth: A sunny weekend in Cumbria

Encountering Wordsworth: A sunny weekend in Cumbria

We spent the weekend up in Cumbria filming the final concert for our Encountering Wordsworth project. Read more here…

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Less shouting more listening: A brief Q&A with Pekka Kuusisto

Less shouting more listening: A brief Q&A with Pekka Kuusisto

We caught up with Pekka Kuusisto ahead of him conducting our ‘All Time Is Eternally Present’ live stream. Find out what he’s been up to in this Q&A.

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‘Music that has helped me stay calm and positive’ A quick Q&A with Daniel Kidane

‘Music that has helped me stay calm and positive’ A quick Q&A with Daniel Kidane

The world premiere of Daniel Kidane’s ‘Be Still’ is happening in our upcoming live stream ‘All Time Is Eternally Present’. Find our more about Daniel’s work in this Q&A.

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Sounds of Withernsea

Sounds of Withernsea

See how we’ve been virtually uniting the people of East Ridings during Covid-19 with our Sounds of Withernsea project!

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