Violinists performing with Shidá Symphony Orchestra, NTNU.
Photo © Alton Thompson
This flame juggler (identity unknown) was also riding a three-wheeled unicycle with each wheel stacked on top of the other.
Photo © Nancy Paiva
The drummer Ardog performing with Drop Alive.
Photo © Drop Alive
Preston Dugger III in rehearsal, dancing to 'solitude' in the ballet Ella, choreographed by Donald McHale.
Photo © Ross Todd Kerr
Fiddle-player Dave Swarbrick performing with his group Lazarus.
Photo © Bryan Ledgard
Most of BAPAM’s services are provided by volunteers, and there are many ways you can get involved. Get in touch! Call us on 020 7404 5888 or email email@example.com
- Clinics: If you are a medical doctor (in particular, a GP, sports medicine specialist, occupational health doctor, rheumatologist or orthopaedic surgeon) or a physiotherapist, you may want to run a BAPAM clinic.
- Orchestra Doctor: Medical doctors can have their ‘own’ orchestra to look after by becoming an AMABO doctor (Association of Medical Advisors to British Orchestras)
- Fundraising: Organise a fundraising event in support of BAPAM If you are a keen fundraiser or events organiser, we are always happy for you to help us generate income!
- Marketing: Can you help us get our message out to performing arts and health professionals? If you have marketing or PR experience, we can put your skills to good use.
- Performers: Want to arrange a gig or event in aid of BAPAM? How else can performers help BAPAM? Tell your friends about us! Most people find out about us from a friend or colleague, and we can provide leaflets, healthy practice resources, posters and other material suitable for display in colleges, venues, rehearsal spaces etc.