Keaton Henson, who suffers from depression, has teamed up with a ‘rollercoaster thrill engineer’ to create a unique musical experiment. And they’ve hooked the audience up to the lighting to monitor their response
But what about music? If the strings in Psycho can make us quail and the warm orchestral resolutions in Cinema Paradiso can make us cry, is there music that can make us understand what depression and anxiety feel like?
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