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Posted: Wednesday, April 5, 2017 2:12 PM


Therapeutic and Expressive Interactive Musical Group Sing-a-Long Show for Company Staff Members of all Ages as well as Senior Audiences at CT Nursing Homes & Assisted Living, & Rehabilitation Centers.

Experienced Sales Professional and Singer/Entertainer will offer a therapeutic musical sing-a-long show, "Jolson and Others Sing Again" for your company's staff members as well as senior citizen groups at nursing homes, assisted living and rehabilitation communities in Connecticut.

This 60 or 90 Minute show is a Tribute and Retrospective Group Sing-a-Long to Popular American Musical Artists from 1911 to the Present Day. The show features an introduction, a little interactive comedy, and a group of songs to sing-a-long with by artists such as Al Jolson, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Tony Bennett, Neil Diamond, Ricky Nelson, Willie Nelson, Barry Manilow, and others, as well as a couple of songs from Broadway's "Man of La Mancha."

Journey back in time and reminisce via lyric and melody recognition along with individual and group participation.

I also incorporate an exercise in personal reminiscence and historical trivia about these famous American Singing Artists.
My goal is to lift their spirits, increase their feelings of confidence, identity, belonging , accomplishment, connectivity, and to encourage individual creative expression and personal engagement.

" Jolson and Others Sing Again" has been most recently performed locally at the Gables of Guilford, Apple Rehab of Guilford, Peregrine's Landing of Clinton, Crescent Point of Niantic, Apple Rehab of East Haven, the Baptist Home of Meriden, The Hearth at Tuxis Pond, The Hearth of Southbury, The Lutheran Home of Southbury, Talmadge Park, The Jerome Home, The Gladeview, The Atria Crossroads, The Madison House, Lockwood Lodge/Masonicare, Split Rock of Shelton, Middlebrook Farms, Spring Meadows , Ridgefield Crossing, Cheshire House, Bethel Health Care Center, Beacon Brook, Laurel Ridge, Meadow Ridge, Sunset Shores, Cambridge Health & Rehabilitation, Wesley Heights, Filosa Nursing & Rehab, Hancock Hall, Meridian Manor, the Southmayd Home, the Inn at Cherrywood, Torrington Health & Rehab, Academy Point of Mystic, Aaron Manor, Gladeview Health & Rehab, Caroline Manor of East Haven, the Whitney Center of Hamden, Greenfield Manor of Waterford, Regency House of Wallingford, Arden Health & Rehab of Hamden, Glendale Center of Naugatuck, the Watermark of Bridgeport, Bridges by Epoch of Trumbull, St. Joseph's Adult Day Care, and many other locations over the past 5 years.

The equipment needed on-site for this show is a microphone and a stereo CD player.
No microphone is needed if performance space does not require sound amplification.
For any questions or to schedule a show, please call Al in Guilford at :
(845) 594-9134.
Al is a resident of Guilford, Ct. He has 20 years experience working with Seniors and their family members as a Program Coordinator, RSVP Assistant Director, Senior Services Social Worker/Case Manager, Director of the Health Access Program for Seniors at the former Sound Shore Medical Center of Westchester, DME, "Senior Spotlight" Radio Show Host on WGBB-Long Island's Oldest Community Radio Station, and a Home Care Marketing Consultant.
Al's Educational Background includes a Master's Degree in Counseling, A Thesis on "The Prevention of Elder Abuse and Neglect at Geriatric Facilities and in the Community at Large", along with a Graduate Certificate in Gerontology from Hunter College/Mount Sinai Hospital Geriatric Education Center.

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