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Thank you to everyone who participated in the 27th Music Festival for Brain Health held on September 11, 2021. Whether you were with us in person at Staglin Family Vineyard or participating virtually via the “Wine & Jazz Supper Club” experience, your amazing support is making a difference for those who live with a brain health condition.


The 27th Music Festival for Brain Health raised $7.5 million to benefit One Mind. Adding this to the $21 million in follow-up funding that has been raised in 2021, the 27-year cumulative total, including the direct contributions and leveraged funds provided to scientists as a result of initial research funding from the festival proceeds, is now over $513 million dollars! Read the press release.


We celebrate exceeding the half-billion mark, but are no way complacent about how much work and opportunity we have ahead of us.


It was so great to experience the in-person event face to face and get to reconnect with so many of our wonderful supporters. For those who joined us at Staglin Family Vineyard in beautiful Napa Valley for the full day in-person event that included the highly educational Scientific Symposium, the Wine Tasting Reception with some of the best wines from the region, the Live Concert featuring OneRepublic, and for some, the four-course VIP Wine Dinner curated by Top Chef Masters winner Chris Cosentino, we graciously appreciate your attendance, interactions, and support! Watch the short recap video.


Thank you also to everyone who participated in the virtual “Wine & Jazz Supper Club” experience at the many Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouses located around the country, or at home via the virtual concert live stream. We hope you enjoyed your evening and the streamed jazz concert performance by Joey Calderazzo with Branford Marsalis.


The 2021 in-person Scientific Symposium featured some of the World’s leading brain health scientists and the winners of our 2021 One Mind Rising Star Awards as presenters. A special highlight was the Opening Remarks by Francis S. Collins, the Director of the National Institutes of Health who in addition to sharing some amazing words about One Mind, sang a special song. We are grateful to all those in attendance as well as everyone who watched the livestream of the symposium virtually.


Brain health remains an important and critical issue, especially in these stressful pandemic-led times. One Mind is committed, more than ever, to continue the dialog, facilitate partnerships, and raise money and awareness as we work towards finding the causes and cures for brain illness. ​


Please help by joining us at the 28th Music Festival for Brain Health. Register here.


September 10, 2022


In-Person Schedule:

12:00 PM - 2:00 PM (PDT)

Scientific Symposium

2:00 PM - 3:30 PM (PDT)

Wine Tasting Reception

3:30 PM - 5:30 PM (PDT)

Concert Performance

5:30 PM - 8:30 PM (PDT)

VIP Wine Dinner & Dancing

*subject to change