The book presents historic chants that have been hidden in manuscripts for hundreds of years—a lost art of comforting the dying and the grieving. It is the result of seven years of research into the traditions of singing at the bedside, found in medieval documents. If you are interested in purchasing the book, please use the discount code
My training includes a conservatory performance degree (Bachelor of Music) and credentials to play in medical facilities (Certified Music Practitioner). I have played extensively for staff and patients in intensive care, neonatal intensive care, dementia care, and hospice care facilities.
About Palliative Music
We are not powerless. Even when we grapple with medical crises and serious illness, we can experience beauty, peace, and comfort.
Palliative music is patient-centered music. A palliative musician sits at the bedside, carefully attending to the patient as she plays, in order to create music that promotes relaxation and rest.
Serving the Fort Collins area. Video connections,
socially distanced, and masked options available.
Comfort music for your loved one, at home or in a health-care facility.
Musician in Residence
Weekly visits to a healthcare facility to provide music for patients.
Promote staff resilience with live music at a nurses’ station, charting area, or break room.
There is no charge for palliative music visits to critically ill individuals. Patients and family members are welcome to donate as little or as much as they like for palliative music sessions.
Your donation makes it possible to provide music to those in need. Thank you!