We are proud to announce the upcoming 2019 documentary series, “Music that Moves Us”. We will be exploring the power of music on many levels including surprising benefits to health and even hardened prisoners. We will examine the roots of rock and roll music.
There will be four documentaries, each followed by a relevant speaker and question and answer opportunity.
44 Frid Street Hamilton (Free parking across the street)
Day and Time:
6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
$40.00 for all films and includes tour of the music lab**
Walk-ins admitted for $10.00 per movie
Purchase tickets at EPIC bookstore 226 Locke street Hamilton
Cash or Cheque only
“The Nature of Things: I’ve Got Rhythm” This documentary explores how the world-famous McMaster (Music) Live Lab operates, and demonstrates how music is helpful to many disorders . Dr. Laurel Trainor, director of McMaster Live Lab will be our speaker.
“Rumble: Indians Who Rocked the World” This is a fascinating documentary showing the indigenous contribution to rock and roll music Our speaker, Tim Johnson, Producer of the movie Rumble will delight you with new information.
“Alive Inside” This documentary is about how a group of non communicative persons with dementia in a nursing home are brought to life with music—very touching The speaker Karen Robins, the Public Education Coordinator for Alzheimer Society of Hamilton and Halton.
“Music From the Big House” This documentary shows how Rita Chiarelli, a well known blues singer, travels to Angola prison in Louisiana to do a concert for the prisoners This moving documentary shows how music softens the most hardened criminals and Rita Chiarelli is our guest speaker!
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