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An intergenerational choir for adults with memory loss, their caregivers, friends and students.

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discover the joy of singing and community

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Through weekly rehearsals and public concerts, you’ll journey alongside those with memory loss and find a supportive and caring community.

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Discover the benefits

The researchers from the University of Victoria share their findings on the benefits of choral singing & why a multigenerational choir is important.

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Over 1.1 million Canadians are currently affected either directly or indirectly by some form of dementia

In the United States 5.8 million people have also been diagnosed with the disease. Many family and friends wonder how best to support their loved one or friend as the disease progresses.

Voices in Motion is a multigenerational choir that intersects the worlds of research and music. People, young and old, sing together and the results for many have been life-changing. In addition to a joy-filled choral experience, singers benefit from belonging to a supportive community where they experience love, connection and support. These life-giving moments of music foster increased socialization, cognitive function, meaningfulness, and a multigenerational appreciation of others.

Thank you to our Sponsors & Supporters!

Our sponsors and supporters allow us to achieve our goals. We thank you for your generosity. Click here to learn more about our sponsors or contact us if you are interested in supporting Voices in Motion.

We have a variety of gift suggestions in support of Voices in Motion.

Purchase a meaningful gift for friends, family, and co-workers, or even enjoy a special gift for yourself. And please join us in bringing awareness to dementia.

Listen to the Voices in Motion virtual choir singing, “Try a Little Kindness” and “Count on Me”.