Defying Dementia through the Music

‘Tis the season for fall semester concerts!

We couldn’t be more excited or more proud of the lineup we have for this concert season, and you’re invited!  Open to the public and guaranteed to put a smile on your face!

Our Twin Cities-based, dementia-defying choruses have been working hard all semester to learn a great set of songs that will get your hands clapping and your fingers snapping. There will even be an opportunity to join in on the fun and sing along.

Find all the concert details here!

At Giving Voice, we believe in the power of possibility.

Our choruses, along with the choruses in the national Giving Voice Network, are created for people living with dementia as active participants.

That’s right, people living with dementia are the singers in our choruses. Our chorus members are defying dementia through music.

If you are living with dementia, we invite YOU and a friend or family member to sing with us.

Imagine a place where everyone’s voice matters and the dementia does not.

At Giving Voice, we focus on what people living with dementia CAN do. People with dementia CAN learn new music. People with dementia CAN make new friends. People with dementia CAN experience joy.

Wondering if singing in a Giving Voice chorus is right for you? Here’s a message from one of our chorus members to you!

If you are living with dementia, experience the health and social benefits of music by singing in a chorus created for you.

It’s more than singing. It’s more than a chorus. It’s a community.

Experience the benefits of singing. Join the chorus!

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