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Tremble Clefs Reflection
December 5, 2017
From its cheeky name to the ingenious reworking of classic tunes to incorporate lyrics that make light of their disease, the Tremble Clefs’ approach to music exemplifies their strength and optimism in the face of Parkinson’s.

Intentionally Choosing Joy
September 9, 2016
As a masters student at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, Jasmine was neglecting her own musical practice until volunteering with the Tremble Clefs.

Joining Together with the Back Bay Chorale
December 30, 2015
Parkinson's Family Support Tremble Clefs partnered with Bridges program of the Back Bay Chorale to perform in their Christmas concert.

Masterworks Conductor Visits the Tremble Clefs
June 19, 2015
Steven Karidoyanes, conductor of Boston’s Masterworks Chorale, joined the Tremble Clefs for a class this spring.

Joy Makes Us Strong
June 2, 2014
The JF&CS Tremble Clefs choral group performed on May 19.

Summer Sings a Sonorous Success!
October 11, 2013
The first Summer Sings program of the JF&CS Tremble Clefs was held this summer.

Linda Ronstadt
August 29, 2013
Singer Linda Ronstadt has Parkinson's disease and has tragically lost her voice.

Musical Chairs
October 15, 2012
Integrating programs, Parkinson's Family Support and Services for People with Disabilities have collaborated.

Volunteer of the Year
July 25, 2012
Marilyn Okonow, volunteer conductor of our Parkinson's choral group, is this year's recipient of the Simone Lottor Exceptional Service Award.

The Healing Power of Music
July 11, 2012
I know that it is such a cliche when people say, "I get more than I give," but it is so true.

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