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Interviews, articles and writing with or by Heather Frahn.

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Heather on The Rhythm Divine ABC Radio National

The Rhythm Divine ABC Radio NationalMany thanks to Geoff Wood for featuring my music on the Rhythm Divine program, on ABC Radio National! I’m so proud to be part of this wonderful program that provides a soundtrack to the spirit! Hear this program online now while it’s still available as a streaming audio file.

 

Heather on The Rhythm Divine ABC Radio National

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Article in Adelaide Matters Magazine

Heather Frahn & The Moonlight Tide featured in Adelaide Matters Magazine. Pictured Daniel Seymour, Heather Frahn, Michelle Byrne, Michaela Burger, Neil Underwood, Kat Stevens.
Heather Frahn & The Moonlight Tide featured in Adelaide Matters Magazine. Pictured Daniel Seymour, Heather Frahn, Michelle Byrne, Michaela Burger, Neil Underwood, Kat Stevens.

Heather Frahn & The Moonlight Tide were recently featured in the Adelaide Matters Magazine. It was a fun photo shoot too, outside in the very spot we’ll be performing live at WOMADelaide on Saturday March 9th at 1pm-2pm, on the Morton Bay Fig stage. Click on ‘continue reading’ link below to see the article ๐Ÿ™‚

Interview about Arts in Health with Heather Frahn

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Listen to this great interview with Heather Frahn and Natasha Mitchell from ABC Radio National’s “Life Matters” program. Heather talks about her life changing work as a sound therapist at the Flinders Medical Centre’s Arts in Health Program.

Meet the listener: Heather Frahn, the wandering minstrel

Heather Frahn is a self taught multi-instrumentalist.

Heather works as a sound therapist for both staff and patients at Arts in Health at the Flinders Medical Centre in Adelaide.

She is involved in many other creative and musical ventures, including song writing projects and working with people with acquired brain injury.

LISTEN TO THE FULL INTERVIEW HERE