The Deep Roots Music Festival Harmony Workshop: "Music, Wellness & Music Therapists to help us"

Al Whittle Theatre

450 Main Street

Wolfville, NS

Music

The Deep Roots Music Festival will present a Harmony Workshop featuring two recent graduates of the Acadia University School of Music, Music Therapy Program - Sarah McInnis and Rebecca Fairless. They will be joined by 2 current students of the program and will deliver a session during which audience members will be invited to sing along and experience the power of music to support mental well-being. Come join them and sing along!

This event is free.

Fri Sep 25
Sat Sep 26
Sun Sep 27

10:00 AM to 11:30 AM

Organized by

Deep Roots Music Cooperative

The mandate of Deep Roots is: "To create meaningful connections between cultures, community groups, artists, and audiences by offering music-related events, programs, and an annual festival". Besides the annual Festival held the last week of September, Deep Roots also offers numerous concerts throughout the year, including a series of free summer concerts presented in partnership with the Town of Wolfville.

This event is part of a hub:

  • Deep Roots Music Festival

    Deep Roots Music Cooperative Wolfville, NS

    "The role that music plays in mental health and well-being" is the theme of this year's Deep Roots Music Festival which takes place annually during the last full weekend of September. The Festival features ticketed and free events includin...

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Location

450 Main Street

Wolfville, NS

Center of Town.

Event Contact

Peter Mowat

chair@deeprootsmusic.ca

Language

English

Accessibility

This event is wheelchair accessible.