Sometimes your Muse is a Blind Dancer

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Heroes’ Voices participates in a monthly Bluegrass Jam at the VA Hospital in Livermore, a gathering of Bay Area musicians who play for a group of veterans during and after their dinner. The Livermore VA is on a beautiful tract of land surrounded by vineyards. The building is at the top of a long hill […]

Reclaiming Lost Voices

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Heroes’ Voices offers workshops at the Cal-Vet Home in Yountville, mostly with elderly veterans plus a few younger vets with health challenges like Parkinson’s Disease. One vet, a man in his 50s, likes Simon & Garfunkel, so we often sing numbers like The Boxer and Sounds of Silence. After one recent session, he walked me […]

Heroes’ Voices Unveils New Research Program

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One of Heroes’ Voices most exciting new projects is a pilot research program that we will sponsor in cooperation with the Palo Alto Veterans Institute for Research (PAVIR). This insightful new study will be on the Veteran’s Administration campus in Menlo Park, CA. Psychologist and researcher Dr. Ben Graham will lead the research, observing three […]