"Amy provides the best interactive performance for our residents. They look forward to her performances because they know that they will get the opportunity to participate. We love having her come to Crestwood." Erica Kelley, ADC, formerly at Crestwood Healthcare, Milford NH.
"Music For Health & Joy" is Amy's program for adults who enjoy the uplifting power of music in their senior living or healthcare settings-- a fun and therapeutic way to create community and revive old memories. The songs chosen are perfect for encouraging social interaction, stimulating language and raising endorphins which boost the immune system. Call to discuss the needs of your community. Available as a soloist with Amy's guitar/ukulele/banjo/harmonica, as a duo with fiddle or mandolin, or as a full band. Call 603-249-9560 or email email@example.com
- Adult Day Centers and Events
- Senior Communities
- Nursing Homes, Hospitals
- Family Celebrations, Picnics, Holidays
- Festival Entertainment
- Religious Communities
"Amy Conley knows how to get any audience involved in her music. She is guaranteed to have toes tapping and audience members playing along with props and percussion that she provides. Amy is highly accomplished on guitar, banjo and especially ukulele and she puts on more than a concert; it’s an interactive extravaganza! She is definitely on our A List." Mark Haverly, Summerhill Assisted Living, Peterborough NH
"Amy is a terrific musician and entertainer. She really engages the audience and appeals to young and old alike. She is truly gifted!" Leni Hodgins, Adult Ed. Director, The PLUS Company, Nashua NH.
"I'm always reminded of good things when Amy sings." Judith Salter, Amherst NH
"I cannot thank you enough for making our celebration very successful! Our Residents and Staff had a terrific time and have asked me to extend their “kudos” and “appreciation” to you! Many thanks and much gratitude!" Jody Eafrati, Holy Cross Health Center, Manchester NH.
"Amy Conley's music selection is perfect for our group of residents. It is wonderful to hear them sing along, and to see them bounce in their chairs, clap their hands and tap their feet to the music. Seeing our residents smile and enjoy themselves is a feeling that can't be expressed in words. We hope Amy can return for another musical performance very soon!" April Strangio, Evergreen Place, Manchester NH.
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