On February 23, 2020 The Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists (1606 Bonita Ave, Berkeley, CA 94709) will devote a service to music of liberation and will feature selections from my new musical “Harlem Voices”. I will lead the service and provide insight into how music can be used as a powerful tool to counter oppression and racism.
This will be the premiere performance of most of the pieces. I am thrilled to join members of the congregational choir and special instrumental musicians to bring “Harlem Voices” to life.
The service starts at 10:30AM. Make sure you get there early to find a seat. I look forward to seeing you BFUU Hall! To listen to the music of “Harlem Voices” and read detailed information about the musical go to:
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This blog is a place where many of the confluences of my life can be shared. I am, at the core, a creative person. I approach everything from that basis... whether composing symphonies, playing the cello, being a serial entrepreneur, writing sermons and essays, flying airplanes, or creating software apps. I am deeply passionate about creativity, issues of social justice, and spiritual enrichment. These are fundamental to everything I do. Welcome to my journey!