Glee Choir

Music Therapy Social Skills Program for adults with developmental disabilities.

Does your child or adult love to sing, dance, and play music?

GLEE choir is a collaborative 12-week music therapy program for adults with special needs to share their love for music in a fun and safe environment, while also working on a variety of goals such as building self-esteem, expressing emotions, social skills, making friends and social integration to name a few.

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Participants are given an equal opportunity to express themselves through music, playing instruments, song writing, choosing their favorite songs to sing, and learning basic (fun) choreography. Each participant will also receive a recording of their performances as their take home gift to share with family and friends. 

This 12-week program meets once a week for one hour.

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We are currently hosting Glee Choir at the following locations

Register now as seats are limited!

Santa Monica


2:00 - 3:00 pm

400 Pico Blvd. #3, Santa Monica, CA 90406

Phone to register:

(310) 324-5201



10:15 - 11:15 am

22231 Mulholland Hwy #107, Calabasas, CA 91302

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Redondo Beach


10:15 - 11:15 am

1300 Aviation Blvd, Redondo Beach, CA. 90278

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Click the audio samples below to listen to some of the previous Glee choir performances.

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Mewsic Moves Glee choir is proud to be in partnership with UCLArts and Healing.


I put Rebecca to bed listening to one of the Glee Club CD’S , Rebecca had the look of joyfulness on her face. I had not played one of the CD’S in a long while. Sharing music was a great time of connection. The Glee Club is very much in our minds and hearts.”
— Parent of Glee choir participant
Glee Choir gave my daughter a voice and helped her with her self-esteem.
— Parent of Glee choir participant
Glee choir gave my son a chance to work on his social skills as well as a place to express himself, have fun and be accepted for who he really is.
— Parent of Glee choir participant
Our daughter is a wonderful, young woman who has Down Syndrome. Since she graduated from high school we have looked for activities and found that there weren’t many activities for young adults with developmental disabilities besides Special Olympics. We saw an ad that mentioned the start of John Mews’ Glee choir and showed our daughter. She marked the start date on her calendar and excitedly waited for the first session. Attending the weekly choir sessions became a very important part of her life. The sessions helped improve her musicality but also her confidence and social skills grew. She went to every session with a big smile and left with a bigger smile!
— R. Wilson - parent of Glee choir participant
I liked the music. I enjoyed singing a lot. I enjoyed meeting new friends and having fun with them.
— Roxanne, Glee Choir Participant