2:00PM - 5:00PM
£5 - free if booked with Stroke Odysseys performance
Bringing together creative practitioners, healthcare professionals and academics, this event will explore the power of music to support people surviving severe neurological events such as a stroke. The event will incorporate discussions, case studies and practical activities. Participants include Chris Rawlence, Sarah Murphy, Orlando Gough, Zeynep Bulut, Enda Kerr, Zoe Douglas, Kevin Murphy, and Pedro Kirk. Post Stroke Music and Neural Plasticity is a Rosetta Life project on music, performance arts and health, and will be followed by a performance at MAC, titled, Stroke Odysseys, featured in Belfast International Arts Festival. To book for this event and for the performance at MAC, please visit www.belfastinternationalartsfestival.com.
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