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Bringing Orchestras into Prisons 

Music can have a dramatic rehabilitative effect on offenders. This is often both therapeutic and remedial, providing a space and a context in which to express emotions, attitudes and fears and also a chance to overcome anxiety and receive positive feedback, but also developing and inculcating the skills of focus, attention, perseverance, listening and commitment required to succeed in a communal and collaborative project.

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