Date & Time
9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Music at the bedside brings beauty, intimacy, and comfort to end-of-life patients. The senses of hearing and touch are the last to fade as a person winds their way towards death. Music invites listeners to be present to what is going on both inside and around them. Catharine’s workshop offers the most effective uses of live and recorded music for palliative individuals and their loved ones. She brings her experience as a freelance harpist, certified music-thanatologist, and contemplative musician to support patients and families, and help them encounter the dying process as a natural passage.
A Half-Day Workshop
Sunday, June 9, 2019, 9:30 am – 12:30 pm
$110 (Members & Nonmembers) Early Bird rate $70 by April 26
This workshop can be taken alone or as part of the New York Open Center’s Certificate in the Art of Dying: Integrative Thanatology. Click HERE for more information.
This program is part of the Art of Dying Institute. For complete information click here.
New York Open Center
Catharine DeLong is a Contemplative Musician and Music-Thanatologist in private practice in New York City. She delivers music vigils to Visiting Nurse Service of New York hospice patients, and others who are approaching the end of life. Catharine is a graduate of the Chalice of Repose Project. She is the current facilitator for the Integrative Thanatology Certificate Program.