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Apr 29

KRC Music Therapists Present in Cincinnati!

This past March, KRC music therapists presented at the American Music Therapy Association Great Lakes Regional Conference in Cincinnati, Ohio. Their 90-minute presentation, The Lasting Impact of Therapeutic Songwriting: Patients, Families, and Therapists, focused on the many ways KRC sessions can provide an impactful experience for all who are...

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Mar 27

Meet Inga! KRC Rock Star of the Month

This young lady was starting her weekend off right, with a visit from Mickey Mouse in the St. Louis Children’s Hospital clinic and composing an original song in a KRC session! Inga was very excited to tell the music therapist, Cara, all about her favorite things―including her stuffed animals...

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Mar 7

Rock Star of the Month

When KRC’s music therapist, Jaime, met Amoralee, Jaime was walking down the halls of SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital with a guitar on her back. The moment Amoralee saw the guitar; her eyes widened and she smiled, giving a big, “Hello!” She was recovering from surgery and was excited...

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Mar 7

KRC in the Studio

On Friday, January 25, 2019, a “rock star” named Hailey had the amazing opportunity of a lifetime: a recording session, free of charge, courtesy of Carl Nappa and John Rogliano at the St. Louis Recording Club. How did this come about? Through the efforts of local songwriter Al Hammerman, MD,...

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Mar 7

A Record Year for #1000 Saints

On Thursday, Feb 21, Kids Rock Cancer celebrated the fourth annual #1000 Saints event at Maryville University, raising a record $40,000 dollars! What might seem like a regular night of basketball is no regular night at all. This event enables students, faculty, staff, volunteers and the community to have...

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Mar 7

Music Therapy Rocks!

Celebrate the power of music therapy and Kids Rock Cancer during March: Music Therapy Awareness Month. NOW IN ITS TENTH YEAR, Kids Rock Cancer has provided therapeutic songwriting sessions at no charge to more than 1,600 children affected by cancer and other blood disorders, like sickle cell disease. Sessions...

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