WELCOME TO MELODIC CONNECTIONS
As part of Ken Anderson Alliance’s ENGAGE program, Melodic Connections provides community music therapy and music-making for individuals of all abilities, circumstances and backgrounds. Our goal is to empower community resilience and celebrate individual strengths through music performance, creation and exploration.
Community Music Therapy
Experience the power of music to connect. We regularly engage community members of all abilities in music-making through our events, including:
- Common Time: Monthly jam session on Thursdays at 5:30
- Drum Circles: Monthly drum jam on Sundays
Check the calendar to find our current schedule of events!
Group Classes and Private Lessons
Melodic Connections's classes provide adults with disabilities opportunities to work on self-directed goals, perform in the community, and build relationships.
Group classes run for 12-week sessions in the Fall and Winter. Click here to learn more about our current group class offerings! Private lessons are available in evenings year-round.
Want to sign up for a class? Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. All classes are private pay, with opportunities for financial aid based on need.
Contract-Based Music Therapy
Melodic Connections partners with healthcare, social service and community organizations to bring the benefits of music therapy wherever adults live, work, and engage. Our services include:
- Individual Music Therapy
- Group Music Therapy
- Community Music Therapy (i.e. community choir/band, wellness group or facility inservice)
We'd love to design a program that meets your needs! Email email@example.com for more information.
Adult Day Programming
Our music therapy department provides unique opportunities to engage with the community through musical passions. Our waiver programs include:
- Hero Radio Podcast
- Urban Soundscapes
Looking for day programming at our studio? Our music conservatory provides skill building, optional performing opportunities and recreation.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Join the Fun
Interested in making music with us?
Email our Director of Music Therapy, Alexandra Wilson, MT-BC