Dementia is one of the most devastating, debilitating and destructive diseases of the 21st Century.


There is no cure, however music has proved to be the most effective means of communication for those struggling to live with this appalling disease. ”


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An innovative charity dedicated to improving the quality of life and well-being of those suffering with dementia using interactive musical stimuli to increase their general awareness and self esteem.

Registered Address: The Wesley Centre, Blyth Road, Maltby, South Yorkshire S66 8JD

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Registered Charity Number: 1099385  *  Company Limited by Guarantee Number: 4793062

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Lesley Garrett supports Lost Chord  volunteer call

DONCASTER Diva Lesley Garrett is supporting a major new recruitment drive for leading dementia charity Lost Chord.



The internationally acclaimed opera star is a patron of the charity that provides vital interactive musical experiences for people living with dementia ………

Read more …. Lost Chord News Volunteer Donate Here CBE Lesley Garrett Sir Cliff Richard Dame Vera Lynn Lady Sykes Chris Rea OBE Julie Kenny CBE

Following on from the launch in May 2015 organised by Dr Victoria Williamson - Vice Chancellor’s Fellow of Music at Sheffield University who opened the proceedings followed by a presentation from David Robinson from Nordoff Robbins, then Helena Muller - Chief Executive of Lost Chord and culminated in an address by Professor Lord Robert Winston  we are now pleased to present the link for Helena’s presentation about Lost Chord. 


Lost Chord had a huge success at Laughton All Saint’s Church in December 2015. It was cold, wet and windy but that didn’t everyone from turning up and filling the church.



 


Recent Concert Success

It was a particularly lively concert with Sopranos Natalie Montakhab and Ella Taylor accompanied by pianists Heidi Rolfe and Tim Short with the choir from Sheffield Girls High School lead by Clare Wallace.

The evening was given an extra special boost from Melody Lane.


Photo from Rotherham Advertiser

THE founder and Chief Executive of Lost Chord has been awarded an honorary doctorate by the University  of Sheffield.


Read more …. Dr Helena