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It takes more than medicine to keep us well. Our Music in Healthcare programmes use the power of music to support wellbeing and mental health, enabling those we work with to connect with memories, emotions and other people through live music and music-making.

Music lifts the soul and connects us – with people, with memories, with feelings. All of us intuitively know how important music can be to our wellbeing, and a significant evidence base demonstrates this too.

James Sanderson, Chief Executive National Academy for Social Prescribing

Have you seen our ReConnect resource?

Join workshop leader Jane Bentley, singer Hannah Rarity and SCO musicians William Stafford and Donald Gillan as they take you through well known Scottish songs and encourage you to make your own music.

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