Recovery Orchestra on BBC News

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Bristol’s first ever Recovery Orchestra are set to take part in their debut performance on Friday 29th March, but before that they’re making waves online, having featured in a short BBC News film.

I’ve always said that I’m into music but now I feel I’m in music.

Made from musicians who have experienced problematic use of alcohol and other drugs, the brand new orchestral project has been supported by conductor Jonathan James, with funding from the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra.

It’s such good therapy. It’s fantastic

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/embed/p074tgzd/47698447

Watch on BBC News


Come and hear for yourself on Friday 29th March, 12pm at The Unitarian Hall, Brunswick Square, Bristol BS2 8PE.

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