Wednesday, October 07, 2009

On Musical Accomaniment for the Growth of the Cause: Grassroots music

So do Baha'i musicians support the work of the plan? In Kat Key's case, the answer is a resounding yes.

Next Monday, October 12, Katharine Key is going to mix things up a bit with a musical introduction to grassroots service activities conducted by Baha’is around the world for the spiritual enrichment of their local communities.  Katharine will be playing a mostly acoustic set of her own compositions and a few covers related to study circles, devotional gatherings, children’s classes, junior youth groups, and social and economic development projects.

An added note, the location of the Key house concert is the home of a man who, if I understand correctly, once sold bootleg music on the streets in Bulgaria. He loves music, and also loves the Cause. He is a blogger whose posts, like Kat's efforts, clearly support the Institute Process. -gw

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