This free event is organised as part of mental health month. The theme for this year's mental health month is 'Tune In'. Tuning in means being present, being aware of what's happening within you and in the world around you. Tune In to your senses and take a moment to help still and focus your mind, as well as build positive connections.
Hear from Esther Pavel-Wood from Mostly Mad Music on how to use music to manage your mood during COVID-19 and enjoy a live concert at home with Dylan Wright.
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Mostly Mad Music
Esther Pavel-Wood is a classical violinist who lived in Paris for many years while working as a lawyer and fashion stylist. Esther has also worked in film and theatre as a set and costume designer. She began working in the mental health sector in 2013. Esther’s passion for mental health and her love for music and the arts led to her founding Mostly Mad Music in 2017. Mostly Mad Music is a registered Australian charity with DGR status which explores the relationship between music and mental health, focussing on raising the profile of mental health management, wellbeing and related social welfare issues. Mostly Mad Music creates mixed platform multimedia content, including social media, webcasts/podcasts, live events and talks, interviews and film.
Mental Health Month is especially important to me, having gone through some tough times in the past. It shines a much needed light on an important issue that affects everyone. It allows us as a community to talk to each other about our mental health, reach out to people for support or to offer support. To me, music helps me escape and find some peace. Hopefully that’s what people can do when tuning in to the online concert and other things that are happening around Mental Health Month.
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