Learn how small choirs around the country are bringing beauty and solace to the bedsides of dying patients.
In this episode I share an interview with Kate Munger and Marti Mariette who have helped to spread the “threshold choir” movement across the U.S. and the world. You’ll hear clips of their beautiful singing! Learn more at www.thresholdchoir.org.
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Today I welcome my special guests Kate Munger, the founder of the Threshold Choir movement, and Marti Mariette, who is the director of the Santa Cruz Threshold Choir. They will share with us:
- How and why Kate started the first Threshold Choir
- The benefits of bedside singing for patients and their families
- The benefits experienced by the singers themselves
- How to start or join a Threshold Choir in your area
- Samples of some special Threshold Choir music!
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