The closure of the Há Música ao Fundo do Túnel initiative took place at the S. Sebastião Metro Station in Lisbon, with the presence and performance of the Choir of Hospital Sobral Cid, by Dr Diana Correia, Public Health Physician. She gave a presentation on the relationship between Music and Mental Health and the singer Áurea.
In the month in which World Mental Health Day is celebrated, the 2nd Edition of the concert cycle Há Música ao Fundo do Túnel took place, an initiative of the National Coordination of Mental Health Policies of the Ministry of Health, which works within the scope of the promotion of Health. Mental.
In this 2nd Edition, music had a prominent place in the Metro do Porto and Lisbon networks on 24 and 25 October in Porto and 27 and 28 October in Lisbon.
Há Música ao Fundo do Túnel had 36 concerts in 4 days, spread over 6 metro stations with several emerging talents delighting the public that uses the Metro for their travels and many curious people who went there.
There is Há Música ao Fundo do Túnelwhich aims to alert the population to the importance of taking care of themselves and promoting their well-being, the National Coordination of Mental Health Policies has invited the people to reserve some time of their day to enjoy music alive, and within their daily routine, they took some time to connect with art and culture.