Live Performances
The Beit T'Shuvah Music in Recovery Program also encourages participants to break out of their shell through individual live performances. Anyone can participate in our widely-attended quarterly talent shows. Additionally, we offer a more intimate setting for residents-only with monthly late night open mics. It takes only one successful performance in front of fellow peers and a general audience at large (with applause!) to become an invaluable emotional payoff for a partaker in these events, especially considering the great amount of practice and commitment required beforehand. Many times, private music students are able to take what they have learned and show it off to others in these venues. Talent shows and open mic nights also provide a great opportunity for participants to collaborate with other musically-inclined residents, community members, and Music in Recovery staff. Since collaboration is one of the most important aspects of being a musician, these performance occasions provide participants with several opportunities to hone in on such a skill and be able to transfer it to the rest of their lives as well. Most importantly, these two particular events are especially fun and loved by many in the community!



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