Singing at bedsides

Offering songs of comfort and compassion

Sometimes words aren't enough to comfort those who are sick and dying.


Music touches the soul to comfort those who are at the end of life or needing healing during illness.


From 15 to 45 minutes, I sensitively watch the client's breathing and gestures. Also, the listener or members of the family are welcome to provide requests to determine the appropriate songs or chants for your beloved friend.


Private Zoom serenades. Enjoy an hour of dedicated one-on-one time where we sit together and sing or talk about whatever is in our hearts. 


Contact Wendy DeMos at to arrange



Kirtan is a participatory - in unison or call and response - form of singing that is becoming increasingly popular throughout the world as we discover its uplifting and healing effects.


Kirtan is not necessarily religious but many do describe it as spiritual.


At a Kirtan event, the lines between musician and audience are blurred: the audience members play a vital role in the music through their singing in response to the “call“ of the artist.


It is now so popular that several artists have been nominated and won Grammys.


Vancouver, CANADA


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