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From: 25 Jun 2018 - 6:00pm
To: 25 Jun 2018 - 7:30pm
Adrian Snell

In conversation with our Principal Ed Newell, renowned composer, perfomer and music therapist Adrian Snell will be discussing his lifelong career. He is known for albums such as ‘The Passion’, ‘The Cry’, ‘Fierce Love’ and ‘Alpha and Omega’, and has performed concerts across the world at venues including The Royal Albert Hall and St Paul's Cathedral London, Concertgebouw Amsterdam, The Cirque d'Hiver Paris, Binyenei HaUma and Yad Vashen, Jerusalem, The Tonhalle Zurich, National Concert Hall Dublin, Nairobi Concert Hall, and Washington National Cathedral, USA.

About Adrian

In the late 1990s, Adrian decided to train as a music therapist (MT). Today he works as a MT and Arts Therapy Consultant for children and young people with special needs at Three Ways School in Bath. He also regularly visits Korce, a town in Albania, where he offers MT training and works with a wide range of people, from 'street children' to the elderly, from young children in an orphanage to men in a high security prison.  Both there, and in many places worldwide, he offers training in multi-sensory learning techniques and arts therapy principles of practice. And in this, as with his practice anywhere and in any situation, he is, perhaps uniquely, able to integrate his skills and experience as composer, performer, recording artist, communicator - and of course music therapist - in all his work and relationship building.

Advance booking required

Places are FREE but must be booked in advance by calling 01784 497790 or email ealbery@cumberlandlodge.ac.uk

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