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Sounds Good Choir members perform at their Summer Rocks concert.

Sounds Good Choir

Sounds good choir

Sounds Good Choir members perform at their Summer Rocks concert.

Sounds Good Choir

Sing your heart out: The benefits of joining a choir after middle age

“If you’ve got a song in your heart, join us,” says Jonathan Miller, co-founder and artistic director of Sounds Good Choir.

Sounds Good Choir members perform at their Summer Rocks concert.

Sounds Good Choir

   

Singing has been linked to all sorts of health benefits, including reducing stress, creating a sense of belonging, and helping Alzheimer’s patients. A choir in Chicago and surrounding suburbs aims to bring these benefits to adults 55 years and older in seven different choirs throughout Chicagoland.

Reset hears about the void the Sounds Good choir is filling and how it creates community.

GUESTS: Jonathan Miller, artistic director and co-founder Sounds Good Choir

Sandy Miller, co-founder Sounds Good Choir and program director of Good Memories

Sara Brdar, Sounds Good choir member

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