LMN works with a very diverse range of people that rarely, if ever, have the opportunity to experience live music. It takes very special skills to be able to use music to engage people who face difficulties in communicating, cut off from the joy and pleasures of participating and sharing with others.
Our musicians are trained to put participants’ needs and responses at the heart of everything they do. Working with LMN gives our musicians the ability to perform with a deeper level of engagement throughout their careers.
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Michael’s Story Michael had no musical training as a child but his mother was a trained pianist, piano teacher and also played the piano at