Hidden Voice

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Hidden Voice

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John Mchugh and the RLPOs Mishima Trio take us on an emotional and uplifting experience to explore the real life stories behind those affected by dementia. In Hidden Voice the speech of everyday life is transformed into beautiful music to give a voice to those touched by one of the most important conditions of our time. TV star Paul Whitehouse adds an introduction and poignant interview celebrating the hidden voice in everyone touched by dementia.

‘Utterly stunning! Few things leave me speechless but brought my mum back to me. When conversation is elusive or absent, music endures.” - Duncan Jones . Board of Trustees of The Alzheiemer’s Society ; 

Introduction – Paul Whitehouse

1.  Some You Remember - Living well with dementia  

2.  There’s Still Something In There - Communication

3.  Bessie Was A Weaver - Identity

4.  She’s No Longer My Mum - Loss, guilt and isolation

5.  A Different World - The power of music to evoke memories

Musicians

Kate Richardson – Violin

Rachel Jones – Viola

Hilary Browning – Cello

John McHugh - Piano

 '“A unique relationship between music and dementia” - Alistair Burns, NHS Clinical Director for Dementia

Download the free Hidden Voice resource pack, developed with and certified by The Alzheimer’s Society as an accompaniment to the film to be used for awareness training and educational project:

 

 

 

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