A garden concert of a very special kind was held yesterday for the second time in front of the windows of the Jeanette Wolff Center in Bocholt. Music school teacher Hetty Rebelsky Lau came up with the idea. After prior consultation with the head of the music school, Claudia Borgers, the music school teacher positioned herself in four different areas of the retirement home and played melodies on her flute.
The residents opened their windows and were able to listen and sing along from there, protected. "The open-air concert was very well received, the residents sang along enthusiastically," reports Monika Hüls- Rasek from the social service of the Jeannette Wolff Center. Claudia Borgers was also enthusiastic: "This is already the second garden concert. For the first time in the past week, residents and staff were very enthusiastic about the musical variety, long after the concert, the residents continued to sing happily and happily and enjoyed the music for a long time afterwards, were their words.