Changing Hearts and Minds with Music

This Think Human Festival event showcases an excellent mix of live music and discussion about the songs that have made the greatest impact on our lives.

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This event showcases the talent of musical artists from across Oxfordshire, and features a performance from legendary folk artist Martin Carthy. For Think Human Festival we are putting musicians in dialogue with academics through the theme of ‘Changing Hearts and Minds with Music’.

Local artists, (including Brookes students and staff), submitted songs for inclusion in a special Think Human curated collection. A selection of these artists, will perform their tracks in the John Henry Brookes Building Forum, where Martin Carthy will also perform a short set and take part in our round table discussion. Oxford Brookes academics from Music, Psychology, Education and Politics, along with Martin and local musicians, will tackle our theme of ‘Changing Hearts and Minds with Music’.

This promises to be an excellent mix of live music and discussion about the songs that have made the greatest impact on our lives. All proceeds from this event will go directly to charity.


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Contact us

Laura Baldock & Jess Wiseman

thinkhuman@brookes.ac.uk

Location

The Forum, John Henry Brookes Building , Headington

How to attend

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