Musical Minds Choir

Musical Minds Choir is geared toward adults experiencing the early stages of memory loss, dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. Choir members are accompanied by their care partners who are welcome to sing with the choir or sit back, relax and enjoy the beautiful music. Being a member of the Musical Minds Choir will provide you an opportunity to meet others who are also living with memory loss and have some fun while exercising the brain. Research findings suggest that being part of making music such as singing or playing an instrument, or simply listening to music can be a great way to stimulate the brain and help promote brain health.

Virtual – Wednesdays 10-11am

September 9 – December 16, 2020

Free live virtual music program where care partners and adults with early stages of dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease can sing along to live music from across the decades and genres. Lyrics will be provided and no prior music experience is required.

Virtual Musical Minds will be held via Zoom.

About the Directors

Scott’s formal training comes from Kirkwood College and Coe College in Cedar Rapids, Ia. with a Bachelor of Arts in Music Performance and Education but it’s the school of life through performing, directing, teaching and business management that he feels is what has given him the ability to coach students and achieve their personal goals. Scott has also been a Music Minister to Adults, Children and Youth for the past 20 years directing Choirs, developing arts programs for children, youth rock bands for middle and high school students and choirs.

Not quite ready to join but have some questions about the program or how to get involved? Just ask! Contact our Musical Minds administrator at (407) 937-1800, or email

New Member?

Would you like to be a new member? Tell us about yourself and fill out a membership interest form!
Membership Interest Form