Music and Mental Health Club on Clubhouse
A short interview with Mark and Shirley Introducing the upcoming A 24-hour marathon live talk show. The event is dedicated to connecting pianists from around the world, for informal talks on the subjects of piano music and the issues of mental health which performing artists dealing with during pandemic and lockdowns. Mark and Shirley will aexplain the When-What-How’s so people know what to expect and how to get connected on March 29-30. Post your questions during the interview and the guests will answer you directly!
Last Updated Apr 5, 2021
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