SRU’s Oct. 29 Music Therapy Concert supports students
Susan Hadley (left), professor of music, and Nicole Hahna, assistant professor of music, explain the computer technology involved in teaching music therapy.
OCT. 20, 2015
SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. - A Music Therapy Benefit Concert supporting Slippery Rock University music therapy students will be presented at 7:30 p.m., Oct. 29, in SRU's Swope Recital Hall.
Proceeds will help students attend music therapy conferences offering professional development.
The concert, sponsored by the SRU Music Therapy Club, will include classical and contemporary pieces and information about music therapy. Nicole Hahna, assistant professor of music and coordinator of music therapy, will be in the house.
Music therapy teaches students to use music as a treatment for rehabilitating, maintaining and improving the lives of people with physical or intellectual disabilities.
Tickets, $3 for students and $5 for general public, are available at the door.