Music Therapy With Bruce Dickinson
The lead singer of the Heavy Metal legend IRON MAIDEN has visited in the framework of the Musical Therapy Week, the therapy centre, Nordoff Robbins in Kentish Town. The occasion was the annual music therapy-weeks. Dickinson was active in a meeting on may 22. June. He worked with impaired children of the Richard Cloudesley School in London, and explained afterwards: “I've always thought that music therapy makes sense, because music is a universal language, and it crosses every border, every disability.”
A short Video provides impressions of the work, Dickinson's with the children.