I've been quiet for a good reason! This is my last year in my music therapy training so my time has been spent mostly in meeting deadlines for the study. In May, I was very privileged to be in a talented team of other therapists-in-training, to host a music program partnered with the National Gallery of Victoria for their Van Gough exhibition. Here we are!
For the project, we facilitated a group of high school students to have a musical response to one of Van Gough's paintings. It was an inspiring moment to see how the two sectors of art can collide to form an authentic expression of creativity.
Natasha will be presenting a 'Storytelling through music' workshop at the Endeavour HIlls Library as part of their community arts outreach program.
Natasha will team up with medical students for the Music Making Memories program at the Grainger Museum. For the program, she will be working with members of the community with dementia and Alzheimer's Disease.
Natasha will be performing in an exciting 6-Piano Collective.
Mark your diary! Saturday October 28th, 2017 at 8pm.
Collingwood Arts Precinct.
Natasha has been selected as one of four in her cohort of music therapy students to travel to India for her final music therapy placement. She will spend 1 month working with children in need in Calcutta. Stay tuned for blog updates!
Throughout the year, Natasha will be interviewed by CutCommon magazine in a series of 4 or 5 interviews on her developing ideas of Therapeutic Performance Practice, as informed by her continual development as a Music Therapist and Performer.
Please head to the Blog section for a fascinating read!
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Government House, VIC
Speaker for MCM IgniteLab: DIY Concerts.
Government House, VIC
Premier of The Dove (Carol Dixon)
Concerto performance with the Australiasian Orchestra.
Pilot performance of pre-composed and improvisatory materials with Percussion.
Premier of Night Bloom (Kitty Xiao)