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Celebrating Clemmie Burton-Hill’s return to R3 Classical Fix


Numerous pieces of research have been carried out on the effects of music on the recovery of brain injury sufferers since the 1st World War. Many of these academic studies have shown that music therapy can be beneficial to people who have suffered a range of different brain injuries. You may be aware of Clemency Burton-Hill, the Radio 3 music presenter who had a massive brain haemorrhage while in the US last year. You can read about her experiences learning to play the violin again here:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/5FjkqXJVXlswrJlY0PtdT3K/the-sun-will-shine-again-how-music-is-helping-clemency-heal


International Women's Day 2021

As part of International Women's Day, Radio 3 early this morning (8th March 2021), broadcast a special programme celebrating Clemmie Burton-Hill’s return to Classical Fix with Emma Barnett. You can listen to that programme here:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/m000syd2



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