POP star Peter Andre sprinkled a touch of stardust on a music therapy class. The Mysterious Girl singer joined in with a session last week at the Nordoff Robbins unit, based at the Brit School, in Selhurst. The star took part in 21-year-old Hassan White's piano therapy session on Monday. Hassan suffered a devastating brain injury during a car accident in October 2010. After intensive rehab work, he is now able to walk independently. Before the accident Hassan played clarinet and guitar and has been learning the piano since March. Lucy Jackson, head of communications at Nordoff Robbins, said: "It was an honour and privilege to welcome Peter. "Music therapy is a specialist use of music to help people in many different ways – for some it has physical benefits, for others emotional or social ones and helps many to communicate where they've struggled to do so previously." Nordoff Robbins is a national charity dedicated to providing musical therapy to vulnerable children and adults across the UK.
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