Eating Music: Ten Ways Back to One of Life's Most Nourishing Pleasures
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To register, email Michael: firstname.lastname@example.org
Discover a more fulfilling relationship to music amidst our dehumanized, digital age. Open to adults and teens with no special music skills or appreciation. Musicians also welcome. Bring a favorite song or piece we can listen to from your phone or CD, or something to perform live, and we'll use it to explore new ways to engage with music in a fun, interactive workshop. Your piece must be less than five minutes, and can be original or by someone else. A laptop, keyboard and guitar will be provided.
Michael Holt is a performer and cultural activist who's released twelve albums and toured Europe and North America over twenty times. He's writing a book called Eating Music: Ten Ways to Reverse the Commodification of Music and Restore Its Sacred Place in Our Lives. michaelholtmusic.com