In 2015, Roger Benedict, Principal Viola with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, brought together members of the SSO and Australian Chamber Orchestra for a fundraising concert marking World Suicide Prevention Day. The event, titled Concert for Life, was spurred on by personal experience. Having lost his godson, Alex, to suicide, Benedict began to read into it and was appalled by the statistics. Read More
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