Adrian Snell is known for albums such as ‘The Passion’, ‘The Cry’, ‘Alpha and Omega’, and ‘Fierce Love’ and has performed concerts across the world at venues including The Royal Albert Hall and St Paul's Cathedral, London; Concertgebouw, Amsterdam; Cirque d'Hiver, Paris; Binyenei HaUma and Yad Vashem, Jerusalem; Tonhalle, Zurich; National Concert Hall, Dublin; Concert Hall, Nairobi; and Washington National Cathedral, USA
At the turn of the century, Adrian decided to train as a Music Therapist. He completed this in 2002 and received a post graduate diploma in Music Therapy (Dip.Mus.Th.) awarded by the University of Bristol through the Faculty of Medicine.
Adrian now practices as Music Therapist and Arts Therapy Consultant at; Three Ways Academy, Bath Opportunities Preschool, and Aspire Academy in his home town, Bath, where he works primarily with children and young people between the ages of four and nineteen with a variety of special needs.
He also makes a yearly visit to Korce, Albania, where he works as music therapist amongst a variety of vulnerable children and adults.
Both there, and in many places worldwide, he lectures and offers training in multi-sensory learning techniques and arts therapy principles of practice.
Adrian returned to the concert stage in 2015 and now seeks to integrate his skills and experience as composer, performer, recording artist, communicator and Music Therapist.
Composer, Music Therapist and Arts Therapy Consultant (LGSM, DipMusTh)
For further information, and questions relating to concert bookings or personal appearances, please contact Natasja Gorlee, Personal Assistant to Adrian Snell; firstname.lastname@example.org