Spring Concert Series: A Dedicated Dementia Concert
Celebrate the Power of Music with Our Spring Concert Series
Join Harlem Library for a special Dedicated Dementia concert presented by Concerts in Motion!
Concerts in Motion’s Dedicated Dementia series is hosted by a licensed social worker and we work closely with our chosen musicians for this series to ensure that they will be able to lead these concerts with a calm, patient, and inviting presence. We do not require any interaction from recipients for this series- those with any and all stages of Dementia, Alzheimer’s, and cognitive decline are welcome.
Many of us have likely experienced the positive effects of listening to music in our daily lives. Music can help us to unwind, find solace, or connect with others. Plus, studies have shown that music can even reduce stress and calm anxiety as we process emotions, trauma, and grief.
This concert will take place online over Zoom.
Join us for our upcoming Spaces to Thrive programs and concerts! Find the lineup here.
Register above with your email address for the concert. The Zoom link to participate will be sent to you by email approximately one day before the concert. You will need a device with audio and video and an internet connection to join.
Visit nypl.org/thrive to learn more about Spaces to Thrive, a partnership between The New York Public Library and the Mayor’s Office of Community Mental Health to spark conversation about mental health and bring free mental health programming to New Yorkers.
ABOUT CONCERTS IN MOTION
Concerts in Motion is a New York City-based not-for-profit organization. Since 2009, Concerts in Motion has served people in NYC and beyond with the music they love the most.