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Classical Music Quartet Benefit Concert in Poway Supporting Parkinson's Vocal Therapy Group
By: Tremble Clefs
The Quartet Luminoso is a virtuoso ensemble comprised of clarinetist Robert Zelickman, violinist Päivikki Nykter, violist Francesca Savage, and cellist Cecilia Kim. Their performances of duos, trios, and quartets have delighted audiences since 2015. Their program includes works by Respighi, Sibelius, Stamitz, and Piazzolla.
"We are thrilled to be able to contribute to Tremble Clefs with our music," states Quartet Luminoso violinist Paivikki Nykter. "Their organization does very special work and we are so happy to support it. These concerts are from our hearts to yours."
The October 15th event will help people with Parkinson's who live in the greater San Diego area in their fight against this disease. Tickets are a suggested donation $20 per ticket with all proceeds going directly to support the Tremble Clefs "Fighting Parkinson's One Song at a time."
For more information about the Tremble Clefs San Diego or to purchase a ticket, visit https://www.trembleclefs.com/
People with Parkinson's can have a good life with the help of exercise and therapy. Learning to concentrate on these tasks helps manage the symptoms of Parkinson's. It helps maintain balance, mobility, and activities of everyday life. Singing can improve respiration and swallowing by strengthening those muscles. Parkinson's can cause hypophonia, which is low voice volume. Therapeutic singing can improve these symptoms and enhance voice volume. Communication impairment is a common symptom among Parkinson's patients. Therapeutic singing can help preserve speech while exercising those muscles.