MCMS is pleased to offer 1:1 private music therapy services in a format that is quite similar to private lessons. Sessions can be 30, 45, or 60 minutes in length and occur once per week at an established day/time. For more information, please contact Suzanne Denu MT-BC at email@example.com to complete an intake process and be placed with a therapist.
MCMS offers a variety of therapeutic group experiences for adults with disabilities. These groups provide adults with disabilities the opportunity to: develop musicianship skills, participate in performing arts-based experiences, enjoy a music-rich experience within a comfortable and positive environment.
Mondays 11:00 – 11:45am
Band Practice was created to give adults with disabilities a time and a place during the week to connect with their peers in a community setting. It is an experiential class where they can pick their favorite song, share it with the group, and as a group they play and sing it together. Participants can come with their own instrument or use one provided by the Music School.
Band Practice 2.0
Wednesdays 10:15 – 11:00am
Participants can come with their own instrument or use one provided by the Music School. This class will be a technology-forward version of the Band Practice model, where we will utilize karaoke, microphones, Garageband, and more. People interested in singing, recording music or just playing along are all welcome.
The Miracle Project® New England North
Based out of California and founded by Elaine Hall, the Miracle Project® is an all-inclusive theater and expressive arts program geared specifically towards children and young adults with autism and other special needs, as well as their typically developing siblings and peers.
MCMS is excited to launch its own–The Miracle Project® New England North