Voice & Singing

Tremble Clefs

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.

This summer, the Tremble Clefs classes from Salem United Methodist and West County will combine for a special concert.

When: June 30, 2019 at 2:00 pm
Where: The Salem Chapel (Salem United Methodist Church, 1200 S Lindbergh Blvd)

The concert will be followed by a reception in the Great Room. We hope to see you there!

Visit our YouTube channel to watch the Tremble Clefs’ most recent concert, A Little Bit of Country, A Little Bit of Rock ‘n Roll, as well as recordings of previous Tremble Clefs concerts.

Tremble Clefs is sponsored by:

Voice Classes

We periodically hold voice maintenance groups for graduates of the LSVT-LOUD program, or those that want to work on their voice and speech. Call us at 636.778.3377 to learn more.