On Wednesday 12th December at 20:30h in the Auditorium of the Picasso Museum in Malaga, Cudeca Hospice will be presenting their new campaign "How does the end of life sound? . This presentation will be in Spanish.
"There is something special in everything we do, in all of us who are part of Cudeca: doctors, psychologists, nurses, social workers, physiotherapists, volunteers, collaborators, partners, patients, relatives... Something invisible and difficult to describe with words alone. That is why we thought of a special way to tell you about it”.
This campaign aims to raise awareness of the importance of palliative care and to find partners who will help us to continue caring at the end of life.
"How the End of Life Sounds" presents on how our special kind of caring is perceived through the eyes of Malaga composer Paloma Peñarrubia.
Marisa Martín Roselló, Chief Executive and Medical Director of the hospice, composer Paloma Peñarrubia and representatives of El Cuartel Creativos y Modular Estudios will be present at the event.
After the presentation of the video, Domi del Postigo, journalist and Cudeca ambassador, will lead the talk "There is Music in Silence" where personalities such as Javier Banderas; Laura Insausti, Dry Martina vocalist; Esther Ráez, sister of Pablo Ráez; and Paloma Peñarrubia, composer of the music in the video will discuss about their personal experiences with cancer.
This event will be possible thanks to the collaboration of the Picasso Museum Málaga and Domi del Postigo.