Honor a Life Song Workshop
Songwriting Workshop for Kennedy’s Angel Gowns
The mission of Honor a Life is to create a lasting musical legacy. Attendees will be present and contribute to making a dedicated song for Kennedy’s Angel Gowns. Share your pregnancy and infant loss memories as a bereaved mother or father as a contribution to the piece. The final version will debut at The Angel Ball on May 14, 2022.
A reserved ticket is required to attend virtually. Seating is limited to 15 persons; a waitlist will be available. If a spot becomes available, you will have 2 hours to respond.
Should I participate?
If you are a bereaved parent that openly shares their loss experience (or desires to) and can articulate your emotional journey, you would be a valuable asset to the workshop. A questionnaire will be shared with you with prompts to give your input on the song creation.
Do I have to be a bereaved parent to attend?
Yes, it is preferred. This event is a good fit if you have first-hand experience with pregnancy and infant loss.
Will I get a song for my angel baby?
No, Tina Micula will write the song for Kennedy’s Angel Gowns to honor all angel babies. Shared loss experiences help develop the piece.
Tina Micula Bio
Tina Micula, a singer/songwriter/educator, has created original songs for many individuals, groups, and organizations, including The Alzheimer’s Association and WHRO, Public television. Her songs have received radio play locally and nationally. She has provided songwriting and music programs in the community for thirty years, from schools to assisted living facilities, domestic violence shelters, and private and public venues.