“Healing Together: A Lullaby Project”: The community’s own lullabies come to the lawn of the State House – Rutland Herald | WHs Answers

Before a baby is born, without being able to see or touch, hearing their voices creates a strong feeling for their parents. Baby’s heart rate increases when they hear them, and things like reading aloud, pursuing conversations, and singing songs can help bond.

It’s a lifelong theme, connection through voice, and Marianne Donahue Perchlik has built a career around these ideas. As a musician and teacher for childbirth and family courses, she has found them intertwined on the same path for years. When Evan Premo and Mary Bonhag, founders and artistic directors of Scrag Mountain Music, asked Perchlik to be a part of his Lullaby project, it was a perfect fit.

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