“Music for Heart” was established by Chloe Jeon, Andrew Choi, and Ella Jeon in the fall of 2019. “Music for Heart” has inspired many people in need through music.


Many people in assisted living can feel depressed, lonely, or afraid. Of course, volunteering in the traditional sense may alleviate some of these hardships, but music therapy has been proven to have enormous benefits to people in these facilities.


In fact, music can help memory recovery in dementia and alzheimer's patients, as “recent studies show that allowing those with Alzheimer’s an opportunity to reminisce, either through music, videos or pictures, can help them to better remember their past.”


We would like to bring music and joy to an assisted living center for seniors or an education center for children who need special care or therapies.