Tremble Clefs San Diego
The Tremble Clefs grew from a Parkinson’s support group meeting in Scottsdale AZ in 1994 and a session on the Lee Silverman Voice Treatment (LSVT). A small group stayed after the meeting to explore the idea of singing, and these people would become the first Tremble Clefs. The original chorus consisted of five people and has grown to an organization of over 500 singers in at least ten different cities in the U.S.
Our Mission is to engage the Parkinson's community in therapeutic singing and mutual social support through singing, performance and the power of making music together. Tremble Clefs San Diego is dedicated to empowering people with Parkinson's through strengthening voices and enabling communication. This starts with singing together and leads to enhanced quality of life, mutual support and friendship. Our vision is for all people living with Parkinson's to have access to a Tremble Clefs therapeutic singing program of pop and theater songs.
We meet in Encinitas on Tuesday at 1 PM, Rancho Bernardo on Wednesday at 10 AM and Allied Gardens (near SDSU) on Thursday at 12:30 PM.