What impact does music have on someone living with Parkinson’s disease? The answers may surprise you! Michael Dean, a regular soloist at the annual Bach Festival Society of Winter Park, will share the results of his extensive research into the benefits music has on people with Parkinson’s disease. Come join us to learn more about this fascinating topic.
This program is presented by the Winter Park Health Foundation.
About Michael Dean
Michael Dean, Chair of Vocal Studies at UCLA, has performed to great acclaim worldwide in both concert and operatic repertoire, appearing in leading bass-baritone roles with many of the leading opera houses of the U.S. and Europe. He is a regular guest bass-baritone soloist with the Bach Festival Society of Winter Park.
In addition to his onstage career, Dean has gained a national reputation as a voice teacher. He gives master classes throughout the country, has maintained private studios in New York and Boston, and was a member of the faculty of the New England Conservatory. He is also a member of the Voice Faculty of the prestigious Chautauqua Institution.
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