A Night Of Music Memories

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WHAT’S YOUR MUSIC MEMORY?

Does hearing a certain song bring you back to special or specific moment in your life? Can you close your eyes and imagine where you were when you first heard it? Was it in your parents’ basement, your best friend’s car in high school? A crazy-memorable concert you will never forget? These memories are important and can be life changing as they stay locked in the back of your mind. That’s why Music Therapists utilize these songs as a form of memory therapy. They can be the key in helping people who suffer from dementia or patients who have experienced a brain injury.

Join us for a magical musical evening on Friday, March 11th featuring:
Fred Penner
Justin Rutledge
Royal Wood
Matthew Barber
Peter Katz
Emma-Lee
Tomi Swick
Spencer Burton
Bellwoods
and other talented artists as we fill the Berkeley Church with sensational sounds that will spark old memories and create new ones, while supporting an amazing charity; The Canadian Music Therapy Trust Fund.

Friday, March 11, 2016 – Doors at 7pm, show at 8pm
The Berkeley Church (315 Queen Street East, Toronto, ON)
This is a licensed event – 19+ / Please drink responsibly
Tickets ($45 advance) / Facebook Event