” The incredible thing about music is if anyone suffers from memory loss or has any trouble with memory, music will help restore the ability to remember and I do believe that it causes a creation of more brain cells where others have been damaged. I have a whole region whited out (damaged), however, after the discovery of damaged cells (diagnosed MS), I had created playlists of music (since 2009)and I can remember the songs and their order. I still do this today as it is indeed music therapy and is essential. What happened with your father was a miracle and a miracle that comes from music. You have an amazing voice and I believe it stayed with him in his mind and in his heart”…. Youtube comment
In this video, Young violinist, singer, and actress Lucia Micarelli sings “Time After Time” from her live album ‘An Evening With Lucia Micarelli’ which features 16 Various songs. The Album features the exploratory works of Ravel, like his “Sonata for Violin and Cello,” to beloved jazz standards like “Nature Boy” and “Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most”. Also included works by French composer Camille Saint-Saens and Samuel Barber.
Let’s find out more about Lucia!
Lucia attended the Juilliard School from the age of 11, where she studied with the legendary pedagogue Dorothy DeLay, and also took lessons with Itzhak Perlman, Cho-Liang Lin, and Won-Bin Yim. She later continued her studies with Pinchas Zukerman at the Manhattan School of Music. At seventeen, Lucia also developed a growing interest in non-classical music such as jazz , traditional fiddle music and Americana (Watch the result when Lucia mixed classical music with rock ). She is also best known for her starring role of “Annie ” in “Treme” (American television drama series), which ran for four seasons and won a Peabody Award as well as a Primetime Emmy Award.