dementia choirMusic has the power to provoke distant memories that may be fleeting. Musical perception, musical emotion, and musical memory can survive long after other forms of memory and cognitive function have disappeared.

By eliciting emotion and memories, music is a unique and powerful tool to foster interconnectedness for people living with dementia with their family, friends, and carers.

The choir has a long-term plan, and it is never too late to become a member. Mark Shiell our brilliant conductor hasn't, and won't, put a cap on member numbers. If you would like to be a member of the choir you must have been impacted by dementia, be ready for lots of fun and be prepared to bring whatever voice you have.

If you know someone who might be interested, please share this post with them. For further details or to register your interest, please contact Kerrie Shiell on 0412 917 561.