AMTS’ 2nd Music Therapy Day 10 April 2011: Building Musical Bridges

Come spend Sunday afternoon with us as we commemorate Singapore’s 2nd Music Therapy Day on 10 April 2011. (Last year for our inaugural MT Day, we celebrated with Dr. Clive Robbins, a true legend in the field of Creative Music Therapy.)

This April, we will feature local MT professionals sharing about their work with various client populations, and also offer some interactive music-making time with participants!

Since we are often asked, “Erm… So what do you do? Play CD??”    We will cover the basics of Music Therapy (again, thanks for your patience if you are already well-informed about the fundamentals) and training requirements (We are always so keen to inspire others to become Music Therapists).

If you have suggestions or queries, do contact us at musictherapy.sg@gmail.com as well! Thank you. We look forward to connecting with you.

“Building Musical Bridges”  — AMTS’ 2nd MT Day

Date:  April 10, 2011 (Sunday)

Place:  Library@Esplanade

Time: 2:30 to 5 p.m.

No registration required. Open to all. Free.

See programme here.

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5 thoughts on “AMTS’ 2nd Music Therapy Day 10 April 2011: Building Musical Bridges

  1. Dear Organizer,

    I’m Astri from Jakarta, Indonesia. I am interested to join this event. Is it open for public? Would you please send me detail about the event and how to join?

    Thank you and looking forward to hearing from you.

    Sincerely,
    ASTRI

  2. I’m from bandung, Indonesia. Will be there next weekend. I actually just finished my bachelor degree in Music Industry last year and I’ve been really interested in Music Therapy since forever.

    See you guys there

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