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Singing Workshops Offers Relief To Locals With Parkinson’s Disease

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Warm up stretches. ANISAH ABDULLAH

Warm up stretches. ANISAH ABDULLAH

Eight people who get treated at the Stony Brook Southampton Hospital for Parkinson's disease participated in the Sing Out Loud workshop on Wednesday. ANISAH ABDULLAH

Eight people who get treated at the Stony Brook Southampton Hospital for Parkinson's disease participated in the Sing Out Loud workshop on Wednesday. ANISAH ABDULLAH

Vocal instructors Valerie diLorenzo and Amanda Jones lead the Sing Out Loud therapeutic choral workshop on Wednesday

Vocal instructors Valerie diLorenzo and Amanda Jones lead the Sing Out Loud therapeutic choral workshop on Wednesday

 April 10. ANISAH ABDULLAH

April 10. ANISAH ABDULLAH

Individuals with Parkinson's disease can see many benefits from participating in group singing classes. ANISAH ABDULLAH

Individuals with Parkinson's disease can see many benefits from participating in group singing classes. ANISAH ABDULLAH

Vocalist Valerie diLorenzo leads the Sing Out Loud therapeutic choral workshop on Wednesday

Vocalist Valerie diLorenzo leads the Sing Out Loud therapeutic choral workshop on Wednesday

 April 10. ANISAH ABDULLAH

April 10. ANISAH ABDULLAH

authorAnisah Abdullah on Apr 15, 2019
The theme of this week’s “Sing Out Loud” workshop was The Beatles, so participants filled the room with lyrics to “Hey Jude,” “Blackbird,” “Let It Be” and other top songs... more

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