Musicians On Call (MOC) recently promoted Dana Sones to Program Director for Nashville from her previous role as Coordinator.
Sones worked side-by-side with exiting Director Katy Epley, assisting with fundraising events, auctions, sponsorships and cultivating grants for Middle Tennessee programs, which will soon expand for 12 weekly bedside performances.
Epley, who was instrumental in the organization’s Music City establishment in 2007, will now oversee MOC program directing at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Washington D.C. She maintains responsibilities as Director of National Expansion, requiring her assistance to MOC Executive Director Dr. Leslie Faerstein in developing Los Angeles, Miami, Fla., and Washington, D.C. programs.
Additionally, MOC Nashville welcomes Christina Morris as Program Coordinator, filling Sones’ promotion vacancy. Morris recently participated in Nashville’s first Project Playback, which paired professional singer/songwriters with healthcare facility patients to create original music.
Sones can be reached at 615-432-2124 or email.
Morris can be reached at 615-432-2124 or email.
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