Jude Rogers’ Sound of Being Human combines memoir and historical, scientific and cultural enquiry to show how music can shape different versions of ourselves. At its heart is Jude’s own story: how songs helped her wrestle with the grief of losing her father at age five; concoct her own sense of self as a lonely adolescent; sky-rocket her relationships, both real and imagined, propel her own journey into working life, adulthood and parenthood, and look to the future. Shaped around twelve songs, this is about music’s power to help us tell our own stories, whatever they are, and make them sing.Buy tickets
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