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Myles Bullen: Musical Healing Beyond Prison Walls

Myles Bullen: Musical Healing Beyond Prison Walls

Creativity, connection and community... That's what encompasses the work of Myles Bullen, a Native American musician, poet and performer from Portland, Maine—and one of Music to Life's Northern New England Accelerator participants. Over the past few years, Bullen has performed in schools, prisons and recovery centers around the world. Just…
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Accelerating Change House Concert: July 26, 2020

Accelerating Change House Concert: July 26, 2020

Equity and Empowerment DATE: Sunday, July 26, 2020 TIME: 5pm PT / 7pm CT / 8pm ET Learn more about the artist/activists from this performance: HOST: Dr. Rick Halperin, Director, SMU Human Rights Program EMCEE: Leti Bueno ARTIST:  Amanda Pascali ARTIST: Kamica King ARTIST: Gina Chavez Music has always played a…
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Accelerator Artists Respond to COVID-19

In this update, we hear from Music to Life's social change artists in Texas (Austin, Dallas, Houston) and Northern New England (Bethlehem, NH). They share their experiences, what they're learning and how Music to Life is helping.
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Launched: Texas Accelerator

Launched: Texas Accelerator

Photo: Amanda Pascali, Houston Music to Life launched its Texas Accelerator in January 2020 (with artists in Austin, Dallas and Houston) in collaboration with the Southwest Regional Folk Alliance (SWRFA); here's a short introductory video. We welcome six Texas-based activist artists to our national family of social change musicians: Cheryl Cawood…
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Launched: Northern New England Accelerator

From L: Nicholas Trahan (NH), Liz Stookey Sunde, Emily Zanleoni (VT), Sarah Trunzo (ME), Noel (Paul) Stookey, Peter Yarrow, Kristen Graves, DJSean Hay (VT), Emilia Dahlin (ME) and Myles Bullen (ME). Photo credit: Sally Farr. In December 2019, Music to Life launched Musicians as Mentors (M2), a rural Accelerator designed…
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Our Partnership with the Rubicon Theatre (Ventura, CA)

Photo features artists, Master Class instructors and production friends from our 2017 national search for social change artists and week-long Music for Change Festival in collaboration with the Rubicon. Here's a look back at some of the dreams and aspirations from the Music for Change Festival's national call for artists.
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