‘Notes For Peace’ Brings Healing To Chicago Families Who’ve Lost Loved Ones To Gun Violence

To date, more than 50 original songs have been written through the Chicago Symphony Orchestra initiative in honor of lives lost to gun violence.

‘Notes For Peace’ Brings Healing To Chicago Families Who’ve Lost Loved Ones To Gun Violence
LaWanda Sterling (left) and her daughter Jazmine (right) holding a portrait of her son Jeremiah. Todd Rosenberg Photography / The Negaunee Music Institute at the Chicago Symphony Orchestra
‘Notes For Peace’ Brings Healing To Chicago Families Who’ve Lost Loved Ones To Gun Violence
LaWanda Sterling (left) and her daughter Jazmine (right) holding a portrait of her son Jeremiah. Todd Rosenberg Photography / The Negaunee Music Institute at the Chicago Symphony Orchestra

‘Notes For Peace’ Brings Healing To Chicago Families Who’ve Lost Loved Ones To Gun Violence

To date, more than 50 original songs have been written through the Chicago Symphony Orchestra initiative in honor of lives lost to gun violence.

Through Notes for Peace, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra uses songwriting as a powerful way to respond to gun violence in the city and to bring healing to families grieving the loss of their loved ones.

Reset learns more about how the initiative started and the impact it’s had over the last several years.

GUESTS: Jon Weber, Director of School and Family Programs, the Negaunee Music Institute at the Chicago Symphony Orchestra

LaWanda Sterling, member of Purpose Over Pain