Accent Music Therapy celebrates the power of music with a rock-charged party.
Mississauga, ON (4 January 2013) – Accent Music Therapy (AMT), a Mississauga-based healthcare business, is celebrating its launch with a blow-out party with music, comedy and giveaways.
Held at the Failte Irish Pub on Thursday, 17 January from 6pm to 9pm (doors open at 5pm), the rock-charged party will feature oldies cover band The Dreamboats, AMT’s own rock band Superfire, and Toronto’s best standup comic Chris Locke.
This perfect combination of rock n’ roll and comedy provides a platform for AMT to raise awareness for music therapy, and for AMT to connect with the community.
“I started this business to give voice to children, youth and young adults with developmental and learning disabilities,” says William Murray, Director of Accent Music Therapy. “Music therapy speaks for those who may not otherwise be able to use words to express themselves.”
For tickets, contact William at 905.870.MUZK or firstname.lastname@example.org. Tickets are $10 in advance, and $15 at the door. Prizes are sponsored by Long and McQuade Musical Instruments.
AMT offers innovative and affordable music therapy and education services to Mississauga, Oakville, Burlington, Guelph, Kitchener/Waterloo, Milton, GTA West and surrounding areas. AMT’s customized individual therapy sessions and lessons, and it’s proven and effective group programs inspire life-changing growth and development for children, youth, and young adults with special needs.
Director, Accent Music Therapy