Music Through the Eyes of Retinitis Pigmentosa
Musicians play on a stage with bright lights shining on the stageMunisha Lall is a young woman living with Retinitis Pigmentosa. For her, as so many others, this means night-blindness, short-sightedness and tunnel vision. She loves music and loves the opportunity to hear her favorite artists perform live. But darkened concert halls, large crowds of people and unfamiliar landscapes can cause big problems for someone living with a visual impairment.
In this article, Munisha writes about her experiences attending music festivals in the UK, how she copes with the obstacles and enjoys the experience.

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Seeing Music Differently

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