Sense of Sound announce major commission exploring the power of music for Liverpool International Music Festival.
A Nurse working with Alzheimer's patients and other forms of dementia uses music to stimulate responses, to stir the blood and to conjure memories of heritage and histories. By creating personalised playlists the Nurse sees a marked improvement in the mental and physical health of the people she cares for.
Migration Music explores the power of music and its power to evoke, provoke and affect our human consciousness. The performance promises to be the theatrical highlight of the Liverpool International Music Festival, incorporating unique interpretations of great musical pieces from the world of Classical Music, Jazz, Reggae, Spiritual, Dance and much more!
Migration Music has been created by Saphena Aziz, Jennifer John and Perri Alleyne-Hughes and features the amazing Beatbox specialist Shlomo
Directed by Matthew Xia
Musical Direction by David Coulter.
The Nurse is played by Whitney Dee.
Venue: Everyman Theatre, Hope Street, Liverpool
Date: Thursday 28 & Friday 29 August
Tickets: £15 (£12 concessions)
HOW TO BOOK
Box Office: 0151 709 4776* online at www.everymanplayhouse.com or in person at the box office at either the Liverpool Playhouse, Williamson Square, Liverpool or the Everyman Theatre, Hope Street, Liverpool
For more details check out www.senseofsound.org and join their mailing list.