Bring the Universal Power of Music to Alzheimer’s Communities
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Singing, Drumming & Dancing with Alzheimer’s Communities
Founded by Bay Area activist-musician Lior Tsarfaty, Village Song uses the universal power of music to make a difference in the lives of Alzheimer’s patients. We’re a both a movement and a school where musicians and therapists can build a career that is creative, meaningful, fun, and profitable.
In a world that judges everyone by what they do, our elders so often go unacknowledged, and elders with Alzheimer’s are all but forgotten. By learning how to share the power of music and community, you will become part of the movement that is transforming this paradigm.
Join us. Begin an exciting, new career using your skills and talent to lift up the lives of thousands of elders and support yourself financially.
THERE IS A PLACE: A documentary by Tania Ku follows Lior’s personal journey of falling in love with creating music and the call he answered to spread this gift of music to Alzheimer’s’ communities. Official selection of San Francisco Doc festival and Legacy Film festival.
“Village Song taps into music as an endless source of transformation. And now Lior Tsarfaty is showing others how to masterfully bring the healing power of music to those who need it most—what a gift to the world.”
Whether you’re a musician or a therapist,
you can learn how to lead the band
Are you ready to use your music to touch people living with one of humankind’s toughest illnesses? Come learn with us!
Village Song is an opportunity to contribute to the human community on a larger scale, reaching not just one but 15 to 40 people in a session. Are you ready to play?