Tremble Clefs is a free program for people with Parkinson’s, their family members and care partners led by a music therapist. The goal of this group is to be a participant-led, musical experience. Through vocal exercises, singing as a group, and playing instruments, members will come together and bond over a shared joy of making music. The APDA-Greater St. Louis Chapter currently hosts a Tremble Clefs class at Salem United Methodist Church in Ladue on Saturdays from 1:30 pm to 2:45 pm and a Tremble Clefs- West County class on Thursdays from 1:30-3:00 PM at Maryville University in Walker Hall. Pre-registration is required at this time, so please call 636-778-3377 if you are interested in joining Tremble Clefs!
Visit our YouTube channel to watch recordings of previous Tremble Clefs concerts.We will be offering another Loud Crowd group in Spring 2017! Click the flyer on the left for more information, including directions on how to sign up and specific dates. The APDA has launched a nationwide spotlight webinar series highlighting different areas of Parkinson disease research, advances and programming. Visit our webinar page to learn more about this new program, for upcoming dates and to view archived presentations! We will also be listing a limited number of other pertinent webinars on this page, so check back often!