ROCHESTER, N.Y., September 6, 2019 — Jewish Senior Life is proud to welcome our first artist-in-residence, master cellist, Hannah Schuldt. A native of Sherrill, New York, Hannah received her bachelor’s degree from Syracuse University in Cello Performance, with a minor in Music Industry. She is pursuing her graduate studies at Nazareth College, through their Creative Arts Therapy Program.
Hannah has moved into her apartment at Marian’s House, a unique home offering daytime services for individuals with early to mid-stage memory loss. Marian’s House offers meals, activities and specialized memory programs in a warm, residential setting. On behalf of the Farash Foundation, Marian’s House is named in honor and blessed memory of Marian M. Farash. Hannah will play her cello for guests at Marian’s House and for other residents across the Jewish Senior Life continuum.
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