Today i did a brain storming session on what i feel has been some major considerations for a successful concert based on the 25 concerts that have been done. I am keen to ask a few questions to Music in Hospitals and to one of the care centres.
My questionnaire will open to encourage the interview to be as open as possible.
Set list - Choose the right songs and have a well rehearsed set to go with the crowd.
Staff involvement – Ask the staff to get involved. You will find that this will make a huge difference to the
Environment -Ensure the room is suitable for a performance.
If not get help from the staff and make sure the room is changed round. You will find that most of the
Background check –Find out the age group and ability of the group.
State purpose –
What are you going to do?
What can the audience expect?
How long it will take?
Keep your mood high – don’t try to read a book by its cover. These clients know a lot more than what you think.
Lighting- consider the lighting is it too bright too dark.
TITLE – Live music Performance for those in palliative care
A critical investigation in to the factors to consider for a successful live music performance for those in palliative care
“What are the quantifiable effects and advantages of therapeutic live music performance on the welfare of those in care?”