Chuck spends his time leading Strings of Mercy and providing live therapeutic music for patients at Northside Hospital Forsyth, Gwinnett Medical Center and Agape Hospice.
Harpist Lorretta Marks has been providing live therapeutic music since becoming an MHTP Certified Music Practitioner in 2004. Lorretta plays each week at Northside Hospital Forsyth for patients throughout the hospital. Over the years, she has also played for Northeast Georgia Medical Center Hospice patients.
Teresa Texeira plays live therapeutic music on her Baroque flute. Earning her MHTP certification in 2013, Teresa has narrowed her focus to specialize in playing for patients in ICU settings. She currently plays for premature babies in the NICUs at Northside Hospital Forsyth and Gwinnett Medical Center in Lawrenceville.
Connie Muscenti is a 2017 MHTP graduate and provides live therapeutic music for patients at St. Mary’s Hospital in Athens, GA. Connie holds a Master’s Degree in Music Education and taught music for several years in public schools. She is MHTP certified on keyboard and voice. When she isn’t playing therapeutic music, Connie continues teaching private music lessons while studying jazz at the University of Georgia.
Lori Hamrick obtained her MHTP certification in 2018 and now plays live therapeutic music at Northside Hospital Forsyth. Lori holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Music from Jacksonville University and has worked as a singer-songwriter, church musician and actress. Lori also teaches piano at Miss Lori’s School of Music in Roswell.
An Atlanta native, Max Eve is currently completing his MHTP Internship at Gwinnett Medical Center in Lawrenceville. Max is a diverse and talented guitarist who provides private guitar lessons and comforts patients with soothing finger-style guitar instrumentals by day, then cranks up his amp at night as guitarist and vocalist with the Atlanta-based metal band, Halcyon Way. Max is also an accomplished artist who sells commission portraits in various media.
Larry Haron is the Lead Chaplain with Agape Hospice and is also completing his MHTP Internship at Gwinnett Medical Center and the GMC Glancy Rehabilitation Center in Duluth. When Larry isn’t working as a chaplain for Agape Hospice, he often provides live therapeutic music for various patients served by the company.