Our annual student recital.
Our annual summer music class for teens with disabilities.
Join Note-Able Music Therapy Services for a notable evening at the Reno Aces Ballpark!
The theme of this month’s newsletter is all about giving thanks. Our Evening of Romance masquerade ball was a wonderful success thanks to you! Right after the event, another nonprofit contacted us for advice about how to create a similar event to support their good work, and my first question was, “How strong is their […]CONTINUE READING →
February 7th 2015 / 7:30 p.m. / Reno Ballroom The 11th annual Note-Able Evening of Romance will be a spectacular evening of music, dancing, champagne, desserts, and hors d’ oeuvres. There will be plenty of live and silent auction items to tempt you, and of course, masquerade masks and formal wear. A Note-Able Evening of […]CONTINUE READING →
This is our first newsletter of 2015, and as usual we have lots of exciting things planned for the coming year. We also have one sad change to announce, which is that our program coordinator Sara will be leaving us (see her note below). Sara has been a fantastic addition to the NMTS team. She […]CONTINUE READING →
Gabby Giffords is music therapy’s most public advocate these days. Here she is in People magazine talking about her recovery, her recent milestone of getting back on her bicycle, and the importance of music therapy in helping her recover her ability to speak! http://www.people.com/article/gabby-giffords-marks-new-recovery-milestonesCONTINUE READING →
Thank you to everyone who helped make A Note-Able Evening of Romance such a huge success! It takes more than a village to make this event happen, it takes a really big family! Committee: Cindy Oesterle-Prescott – Event Chair, Rick Altenburg, Sheena Britschgi, Sara DePaoli, Cheryl Eckert, Wendy Firestone, Jill Gabel, Karen Hunsader Charles Kazemi, Michael Lahnala, Phyllis McPherson, Stephen Schumacher, Sarah Toney, Manal Toppozada, Ellie Van Winkle, Amber […]CONTINUE READING →