HEART & SOUL
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 353
PO Box 526142 Salt Lake City UT 84152 USA
Heart & Soul heals the human spirit by bringing music and performing arts to isolated people. We provide free performances for isolated members of our community who find it difficult if not impossible to attend public concerts. Our performances enrich the soul and promote wellness through the healing power of music and the performing arts. In carrying out this mission we seek to make our world less lonely through music.
Heart & Soul is dedicated to bringing the gift of music and performing arts to isolated neighbors. We share a wide variety of performances: classical, jazz, folk, bluegrass, Dixieland and swing, theater and storytelling with our isolated neighbors.Heart & Soul's reach is broad; we serve seniors, children with severe or chronic illness, children and adults with developmental disabilities, at-risk children and youth, patients in psychiatric and rehabilitation facilities, prisoners, and veterans. Many performers donate their time and talent and are richly rewarded by the audience response. Heart & Soul feels performers also need and deserve payment, so whenever funding allows, honorariums are provided.
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My patients have long hard days of therapy and pain management due to strokes, accidents, and surgery recovery. When Hearth and Soul offers to come in, they bring great energy and talent to cheer them up. They are very talented, friendly, and every aspect of their organization is run smoothly.
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seeing the joy they bring to each of my patients. Our only long term patient is so responsive and happy when they come.
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wish them more funding so they can help even more folks.
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