The final segment of the Summer Music Series features unique group of Minnesota musicians.
The Giving Voice Chorus is made up people living with Alzheimer's — and other dementias — and their caregivers.
Host Tom Weber stopped by a recent rehearsal at the MacPhail Center for Music in Minneapolis to hear the chorus perform, and to talk with some of people involved in it.
To hear the full program use the audio player above. Guests:
• Marv and Elaine Lofquist, singers
• Jeanie Brindley-Barnett, music director
• Marge Ostroushko, co-founder
Can't Help Falling in Love
Together Wherever We Go
More from the Summer Music Series
Tufawon shares his experiences as an artist and activist
Living legend Cornbread Harris shares stories and songs
Manchita performs emotional new solo EP in The Current studio
Reina Del Cid talks about her musical evolution
Soul singer PaviElle talks musical heritage
Rapper Allan Kingdom on what it means to be an artist from St. Paul
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Giving Voice Chrous members look over the music for Moon River during Rehearsal at the MacPhail Center for Music in Minneapolis on Wednesday, Aug. 9, 2017.
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Giving Voice Chorus music director Jeanie Brindley-Barnett leads the choir during rehearsal at MacPhail Center for Music in Minneapolis on Aug. 9. Next Slide