Impacting Lives

The video captures our heartwarming collaboration with NAFA. It is the start of our journey to bring greater compassion and inclusivity to the community. A BIG Thank You to everyone who contributed to making this possible.

Mr Cheow has Parkinson’s. Happiness is about making music with his wife. Look at how much fun music can bring to this lovely couple.

December 3, 2015, 8th ASEAN Para Games Opening Ceremony – Telecast ‘LIVE’ Internationally for the FIRST time! For many, the opportunity to perform together as a family unit is precious and the pride palpable, when one or both of them have had no musical training. Only when enabled by technology can this be POSSIBLE. 

Celebrating the family and inclusiveness. Reminisce the journey of our performers in the 8th ASEAN Para Games. The friendship and joy of the performers affirms our cause and warms our hearts tremendously. Let’s continue to share this joy and gift of music 🙂

Enabling ALL to Harness the Power of Music through Technology for Healing and Joy. No musical background needed. No limits on age, language and (dis)abilities!

He is 88 years old, has Parkinson’s disease and has not played the piano for 40 years. Enabled by technology, he made music again. Watch his delight and tears of joy!

Enriching lives at St John’s Home for Elderly Persons through music technologies. Catch the elderly relive their youth in singing and making music using technologies! This is a pilot under the Agency for Integrated Care (AIC) Tote Board Community Healthcare Fund.

Empowering individuals with Parkinson’s disease to move through music technologies. Spouses also joined in the class and had a great time bonding!

Lucy has had 5 strokes and early dementia. Enabled by music technology, rehabilitation has never been more fun and engaging. She “literally transformed from a little old lady sitting in a chair to this vibrant person full of strength” when making music.

Ari Kinarthy performing his original composition “Conquest”. He has SMA (Spinal Muscular Atrophy) and used a music technology called the Soundbeam. All of the orchestral music was composed by him using a Mac.

Simply move in the beam and you will create beautiful music. This is her first time playing the Soundbeam, and as you can see, it’s that easy!

Be amazed by Charlotte White playing the prelude to Bach’s cello suite by just moving her head and thumbs!