Shared February 3, 2018
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The piano is a daily refuge and a source of healing for psychiatrist Dr. Susan Marcel. In this episode of The Cunningham Piano Show, we explore the art of listening and the therapeutic benefits of making music for yourself.
Works performed: "Sur dan tes bras" (Safe in your arms) - Susan Marcel
River Flows in You - Yiruma
Featured pianos: Schimmel 185, Bösendorfer 200
Shot on location at Cunningham Piano Company, King of Prussia, PA
Piano Technician: Sean Weissman
Production Assistant: William Quincy Goldwire
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