Stefano May sings and writes songs, and he is also a virtuoso on the piano. He was born and raised in Italy, and he started taking classical music lessons at the famous Santa Cecilia Conservatory in Rome when he was seven years old.
During his younger years, he appeared on and performed on many well-known Italian TV shows.
The Alzheimer’s Research and Prevention Foundation (ARPF) collaborated with Stefano May on his heartfelt new single, “Hope It Will Remind You.” This song is a heartbreaking and bittersweet dedication to those whose lives have been affected by Alzheimer’s disease.
The artist has seen the early stages of dementia progress into more serious stages of Alzheimer’s disease in both friends and loved ones, and he draws his passion for this cause from his own personal memories of dealing with Alzheimer’s disease.
May has high hopes that his new single will raise awareness about Alzheimer’s disease and bring comfort to those who have it, thanks to the hard work of the Alzheimer’s Research and Prevention Foundation (ARPF) and the healing power of music.
Stefano is a good singer and pianist who has studied both instruments in the classical style. He uses these skills to make a mix of dynamic piano arrangements and deep, stirring vocals that make people feel things.
My lyricist John Smallwood and I hope it helps people who suffer, as well as their loved ones. This song reminds me to live each day with gratitude, love, and compassion. Prevention of Alzheimer’s is beyond important. It’s an honor to partner with The Alzheimer’s Research and Prevention Foundation as they continue to champion new findings and advocate for disease prevention, and I look forward to working alongside the organization to write music that can help people in whatever capacity I can.
In the music video for the song “Hope It Will Remind You,” Stefano’s childhood is brought to life through the use of VHS tapes. In these clips, Stefano is seen developing a close relationship with his father through their shared love of music and tender, affectionate gestures toward one another.
The story goes into more detail about how memories can have far-reaching effects and how this tragic illness has terrible effects.
In the home video footage, Stefano is seen speaking to his father, using ground-breaking and emotionally charged outcries during the chorus.
We applaud Stefano’s commitment to Alzheimer’s prevention and are grateful to partner with him to increase awareness of this disease. In this song, Stefano’s musical mastery conveys both heart wrenching sadness and hope for the future – a significant message for young and mature audiences. Hope It Will Remind You opens the door to healing that every family needs to have.
Stefano has high hopes that by sharing his personal story and showing how committed he is to fighting Alzheimer’s disease, he will be able to help spread the word about how important it is to heal, prevent, and keep memories.