March is Music Therapy Awareness Month and we’re inviting you to learn more about this beneficial, evidence-based health field.
Maybe you’ve seen photos and video on our social media (@sensitycanada) about Music Therapy sessions at Sensity. Or maybe you’re thinking of signing up your son or daughter for our new online children’s Music Therapy program.
Here is your chance.
James Brown of Connecting in Rhythm will lead information sessions about Music Therapy on Saturday, March 13 at 11 a.m. and Monday, March 15 at 8 p.m. There is no charge to attend. We ask that you RSVP with your choice of date and time and you’ll receive a link to participate in the Zoom call.
By the way, Connecting in Rhythm is the name of the company founded by Sensity’s long-time Music Therapy consultant Amy Di Nino.
James is joining Connecting in Rhythm as a practicum student as he completes his Master’s degree in Music Therapy at Concordia University.
James is a York Region-based conductor, composer and music teacher. He completed his BA in Music at Queen’s University where he studied piano and composition with Juno-award winning composer Marjan Mozetich. Since 2018, James has been the conductor of Voices of Joy, an all-abilities inclusive community choir, and the McConaghy Seniors Centre Choir in collaboration with the City of Richmond Hill. He also runs his own private music studio of piano, voice and theory students of all ages and works as a commissioned composer, music director and children’s theatre programmer.
What to Expect
The Zoom meeting with James will last about one hour. He will make a short presentation about Music Therapy and then take your questions.
Please join us.