Music and Memory
| June 5, 2019
The Cantata Singers of Elmira present “Love and Music Continue to Bloom” on Sunday, June 9 in the Wings of Eagles Discovery Center in Horseheads. Conductor Will Wickham and Cantata Singers president Joy Perry talk about the concert based around a relatively new work, “Alzheimer”s Stories” by Robert Cohen. The concert also features music by Aaron Copland and Maurice Ravel, who also suffered from other forms of dementia.
Photo credit: Cantata Singers
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