The Cantata Singers, pausing for a quick photo op (image thanks to RS Perry) before our June 2019 concert at the Wings of Eagles Discovery Center. The performance to raise awareness of dementia brought the audience laughter and tears along with a fresh perspective on living with dementia. The program included the premier of the Faithful Friends choir, a group made up of folks living with dementia and caregivers that is dedicated to keeping music in their lives and all lives around them.

Click here to see a gallery of Mr. Perry’s pictures of the event.

 
 
 

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Photo © Bob Haggard

Photo © Bob Haggard

 

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2018-2019 SEASON Events and performances

Our season ended in June with the truly beautiful event "Love and Music Continue to Bloom."

The Wings of Eagles Discovery Center was filled with singers, players and a wonderfully appreciative audience. The Faithful Friends, a new choir made up of folks living with dementias and their caregivers made their debut singing songs that everyone in the audience could, and did, sing along with! We saw a lot of old friends and made some wonderful new ones! A huge thank you to all who attended and even more thanks to all who worked so diligently to make it a truly special event.

Pictures coming soon!

Our 2019-2020 season kicks off in September with our first rehearsal the Sunday after Labor day. We would love to have join and sing with us! Watch this space for details on our programing for the season and also for more specific information about that first rehearsal.

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Click the link below to hear an interview about this performance!

https://wskg.org/arts/music-and-memory/

 

Group and concert photography thanks to Richard S. Perry. Other photography courtesy of Susan Nagle, Will Wickham and others