Tremble Clefs, the Singing Group for People with Parkinson’s Disease

We provide wonderful singing therapy for people with Parkinson’s in a supportive environment.

Tremble Clefs Arizona provides effective music therapy for people with Parkinson’s disease on a biweekly basis. By participating in rehearsals, those who live with Parkinson’s strengthen their voices and have fun singing with others, including their caregiver. Participation in the program makes people feel good and keeps members active and engaged, resulting in newfound energy.

Tremble Clefs of Arizona, Sun Lakes Chapter, meets every first and third Thursday from 10 a.m. to noon at Sun Lakes United Methodist Church, located at 9248 E. Riggs Road, Sun Lakes, in the Choir Room. We are resuming rehearsals on Thursday, Sept. 7, and we invite anyone with Parkinson’s disease to join us. All you need is a love of music. A family member or caregiver may accompany the person at no charge. We charge a $5 fee per session.

Visit our website for more information. Tremble Clefs Arizona is a non-profit 501(c)(3).

For more information, contact Carolyn Perkins at [email protected] or 480-486-0170.