Music Lovers: It s not an Indy Folk Series event, but here s an opportunity to hear a composer and performer who never fails to delight. Jim Scott
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, Aug 10, 2009
Here's an opportunity to hear composer and performer who never fails to delight. Jim Scott is an exciting acoustic guitarist, singer, and composer of powerful music that furthers the ideals of ecology, justice, and peace, Jim makes an impact on hearts and minds across the world. Jim Scott Friday, August 14, 7:00 p.m. Unitarian Universalist Church of Indianapolis 615 W. 43rd St (Map atwww.uui.org ) $10 in advance/$12 at the door Advance tickets can be purchased at the UUI office Jim Scott: a well-known UU activist/artist whose music covers ecology, justice,and peace (And a much-loved veteran of the Indy Folk Series)
Jim's work reflects years of activism. His songs, poetry and short stories address issues of ecology, justice and peace with insight and gentle wit. As a member of the Paul Winter Consort, Jim was co-creator of the monumental choral work Missa Gaia/Earth Mass. As a UU, he created "The Earth and Spirit Songbook," a collection of over 100 songs of earth and peace by many contemporary composers, and helped create the "Green Sanctuary" program, a framework used by congregations of all denominations to promote good stewardship of the earth. His musical creativity has produced published choral works, soundtracks for PBS, a stage musical, many recordings of songs and concert collaborations with renowned Jazz, Classical, and Folk artists. www.jimscottsongs.com
See you there, music lovers--and stay tuned for the announcement of the 2009-2010 series of the fabulous Indy Folk Series.
dh Dan Henkel Impresario and Trophy Husband Indy Folk Series www.indyfolkseries.org "Serving the World Since 1951"
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