With the special participation of Music Industry Therapist Collective (UK), mental health issues have been a central point in the music scene in these past years. Artists of many different genres and generations talk about vulnerability, pondering about their deepest pains that derives from many dramas. Dozens of albums released in the past few years explicitely approach mental health issues. Many artists use the music to cry for help. But every area of the musical sector suffer the consequences of a job that includes a constant demand for performance, unconventional work-hours, frequent consumption of alcohol, drugs and, not so rarely, illegal drugs, bad nutrition and financial instability. Last year alone, 11 thousand people took their own lives and, according with Ministério da Saúde (Health Gorverment Deparment, in free translation), suicide increased in 20% in the last 5 years among young people, becoming the fourth most frequent death among this age range. Therefore, the matter becomes urgent. International initiative, like Music Industry Therapist Collective help musicians and profesisonals from the market with psychological care.
Room capacity: 311 seats. With simultaneous translation. (Portuguese/English/Spanish)