Mozart comes to the Wellbeing Centre
Forget photo bombing, Flintshire Mind was sound-bombed when musicians from Ensemble Cymru visited the Wellbeing Centre for an impromptu summer concert.
The Bangor based chamber music group, in the form of clarinetists Peryn and Sioned, popped in at 12 noon on Wednesday 3rd September. They played everything from Mozart and Poulenc to jazz and blues in front of an appreciative crowd of Flintshire Mind clients, volunteers and staff.
Peryn, also Ensemble Cymru's Artistic Director said "We're offering live classical music with no strings attached. For people who've never considered attending a concert before, this is a way for them to dip their toe in and experience what Ensemble Cymru do If they like what they hear, we'd love to welcome them to one of our full length concerts in September."
Did you know?
Research shows that every year 1 in 4 people experience stress, anxiety, depression or another type of mental distress. That means over 28,000 Flintshire people are likely to be affected this year alone.
If you (or one of your family or friends) are among them, Flintshire Mind is committed to helping you get back in control of your emotional health and restore your wellbeing.