I Won't Forget - Memories and Music

May 23, 2022 | RCU Theatre

Join us for an evening of choral music featuring the Luther College Nordic Choir from Decorah, Iowa and the Stand In The Light Memory Choir from Eau Claire, Wisconsin. 

This performance is in support of the Standing in the Light Memory Choir and the Aging & Disability Resource Center of Eau Claire County. Their work raises awareness and supports a strong community for adults with memory loss and those with disabilities.

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Aging and Disability Resource Center of Eau Claire County

ADRC strives to help people age 60+ and adults with disabilities secure needed services or benefits, live with dignity and security and achieve maximum independence and quality of life.

Please consider donating to futher supporting the Aging & Disability Resource Center and their mission. 

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Stand in the Light Memory Choir

Stand in the Light Memory Choir (SITLMC) uses the power of singing to move people living with memory loss and their care partners to rediscover themselves, make new friends, laugh together and contribute to the community. The choir was started in 2016, under the Musical Direction of Cathy Reitz, whose own sister passed away from Frontotemporal Lobe Dementia. Choir members are typically experiencing early to mid-stages memory loss or speech impairment and work alongside caregivers and volunteer singers. SITLMC provides a way for their singers and care partners to connect, reduce anxiety, improve attitudes, and lighten moods. As one care partner described their experience in the choir, “This choir has brought him back to life and brings him and me so much joy! This is the highlight of our week. It gives us hope."

Please consider donating to futher supporting Stand in the Light Memory Choir and their mission. 

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Luther Nordic College

Nordic Choir, founded in 1946, enjoys national and international stature as one of the premier collegiate choral ensembles in the United States. Acclaimed for the way it honors the Lutheran choral tradition while also featuring new and innovative choral works, the choir showcases versatility, artistry, and technical mastery across many genres of music.

Free and Open to the Public
May 23, 2022 - 6:30 pm

Free, however ticket is required. Seating is general admission.