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At-risk youth plug into music
One youth says the MN8 Sound Program was the best thing that ever happened to him. That is the power of music.
Therapist Avrum Nadigel created the program hoping that music would help youth age 12 to 18 tap into their creative energy and stay in school.
MN8 Sound, along with the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Vancouver, helps participants write and record songs, and serves as their record label.
Participants develop valuable skills as well as confidence and self esteem by channeling their creative energy.
(Originally aired: 2005)
May 12, 2010
What a nice surprise! Thanks for posting this.
Avrum Nadigel, Toronto