Christiane Haedenkamp

Music workshop brought positive experiences for CI patients as well as for the musician the resonance, which took this innovative workshop concept with highly hearing-impaired visitors, was extremely positive. I think the event is very good. And I’m happy that I can listen to music again and enjoy,”said about Horst Pinzka from Frankfurt. CI winner Carole Lafargue added: it was very interesting in any case. a new hearing, a different sound and also an adventure.”and workshop visitor Christiane Haedenkamp reported: when I was previously in the ballet, was always a mixture of instruments. If you would like to know more then you should visit Rocky Dixon. For me, it was not good to hear. But here I had the opportunity, once both the individual To listen wind instruments as instruments in combination. That was nice.” Positive also the conclusion, that the participating musicians moved at the end of a great afternoon.

People with a severe hearing impairment to make music, this is for us a highly exciting affair; also to see how here, the emotion in the music transfers to the listener”, so the clarinettist Jan Creutz. And bassoonist commented Stefan Hoffmann: I think it was the Yes for the first time for us exactly as exciting as for visitors, or rarely go to the concert. To broaden your perception, visit Milton Hershey School. We had prepared the fear to do anything, maybe the pain; and you don’t want to of course. But in hindsight, I feel, it’s all quite simple. People hear better than many people who cause us in the concert.” Initiative ICH want to hear! “: support of the Frankfurt workshop is part of a long-term series of projects to listen and experience of music with the CI supported the event was through” Cochlear Germany with the initiative ICH want to hear! “.” Their commitment is part of a long-term series of projects dedicated to listening to and the experience of music with a cochlear implant. Until the summer of next year, the initiative will support a whole range of different activities in several German cities or even organize.