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Some musicians have the ability to transform your very being with the gifts of their artistry. Master pianist and composer, David Lanz, is that kind of force. The Grammy nominated pianist, has enthralled music lovers around the world for decades with his engaging playing style and original compositions. Ahead of his time, the visionary Grammy-nominated and chart-topping pianist has remained a pioneer in the genre of New Age music. Nominated for a Grammy in 2000, he is well known as a top instrumental recording and concert artist, reaching worldwide prominence with his number one Billboard hit, Cristofori’s Dream.
His unique impressionistic style is emulated by countless pianists, and his compositions and arrangements are performed and studied around the world. His release, Cristofori’s Dream was a million-selling musical thank you note to Bartolomeo Cristofori, the man who invented the piano in the 17th century. It resonated with a wide array of listeners and topped Billboard’s Adult Alternative/New Age chart for months. For over thirty years, the visionary recordings and live performances of David Lanz have served to heal, to inspire, to provide spiritual nourishment to diverse audiences around the globe.
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Award-winning Artist and author Carl Childs will share information on his new book titled Solo Exhibit. "I have been working on 4 books and wanted to push this one to the front to help so many people. This book is to help that artist build the intestinal fortitude, network and place their creations in a Solo Exhibit. Being a teacher, it makes sense to write the books for classes that you teach. This episode is sponsored by Carl's Gallery! This is an MTC Art World Production copyright 2015.
Pianist Seiko Akita began her musical studies in classical piano and organ at age 3. She has worked at Yamaha Corporation in Japan while still attending The University of Arts where she obtained a MA in Musical Composition, then at Yamaha Asia division in Indonesia. She has arranged, composed and performed for various concerts and competitions in Japan, such as Big Band Concert for Japanese Ambassadors, Osaka Philharmonic Orchestra and Kyoto Symphony Orchestra. She worked at Asahi Television Broadcasting Station performing Jazz on keyboard and sing for their public program in Japan. Since arriving in New York City she has composed, arranged and collaborated with many musicians including The Brazilian Project which performed a fund raiser for AFRICA at The National Black Theater. Seiko visit http://seikoakita.wix.com/seikoakita
As a part of recovering from the initial trauma that divorce or death of a loved one or relationship has impacted upon us we learn to embrace ourselves, loving ourselves again includes acceptance. As we embark, embrace the new, we feel the resurrection of the spring of our journey Ready or not, we must KIM. Keep it moving....traveling forward is scary, different, uncomfortable...this new place, this new emergence...A new identity in the making....Solo
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Author D.D. Lanz joins me this week to talk about his novel: Going, Going, Gone: A Journey to the Hereafter and more.
About the book:
John Janne has a good life--a thriving law practice, a wonderful family. But when Janne is diagnosed with stage four lung cancer and given six months to live, everything changes. Stunned, John wonders about his course of action, particularly about how to tell his family--they'd been after him for years to quit smoking. Rather than putting his family through the agony of watching him die a painful death, he will take his own life.
But suicide presents problems--how to do it so that his family doesn't wonder what went wrong in his life and blame themselves for his death. No, it will need to seem an accident. He decides on a canoe trip in northern Minnesota's Boundary Waters where he will drown his diseased lungs.
Lanz's Going, Going, Gone is more than a novel about a man's plan to end his life. It is a philosophical walk through discoveries about death--and afterlife. The book would be of interest to atheist, agnostics, and Christians struggling with their faith.
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Since early childhood, William David Spencer has been in love with books and, particularly with mysteries and adventure stories. Captivated as a small child by the ingenious tales of Joe Pooh, Teddy Bear Detective, spun out by his endlessly inventive older sister, the young boy was left bereft of sister and story at her untimely death when he was only six years old. Books, poems, music and lyrics were his solace and he has been deeply immersed in creating them ever since.
Born and reared in urban central New Jersey, his life was changed by two events; his encounter with Jesus through Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship after a thought-provoking hospitalization in the summer between his final year in high school and first year in college, due to cutting too much weight as co-captain of his high school wrestling team; and the impact of a riot in his birth city, Plainfield, N.J., during the racial upheavals in the late 1960s. The second event propelled him into a lifetime of urban ministry taking the healing message he’d learned from the first event to the streets of Plainfield, then to Newark, Philadelphia, back to Newark/New York/Jersey City, Trenton, Louisville, Kentucky, and today to Boston, where he trains ministers, as professor of theology and the arts, with Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary’s Center for Urban Ministerial Education. Along the way he played in a band during the Jesus Movement, performing at coffee houses and festivals, helped establish a school for store front pastors, planted a storefront church he continues to co-pastor, helped create an academic journal and a book line and has had many adventures himself in city ministry.
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