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10:43 PM Thu, Sept. 20th

Let the healing begin: Special music presentation to take place Sunday

“Healing Ourselves and Our Communities Through Music” will be presented by pianist/music therapist/song writer Meg Bohrman and pianist/songwriter/performer Jonathan Best at the 10 a.m. service of Prescott Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at 945 Rancho Vista Drive, Prescott. They will take the congregation on an interactive musical journey exploring creativity, connection and community as a path toward finding balance in ourselves and in our society.

Meg Bohrman, a recent ASU graduate with a major in music therapy, is a well-known musician in the quad city area, performing at the Highland Center and other venues, including thee Prescott Center for the Arts. She plays, writes and teaches music at schools and privately specializing in adaptive lessons for persons with special needs. She is dedicated to exploring human connection and healing through music.

Jonathan Best has been playing music around the world for most of his life, including Maasailand, Kenya. In his early career he toured the Pentecostal Churches of New York City and the south with evangelist, Shirley Davis. His blues and R&B talents landed him gigs with The Drifters and The Coasters and South African singer Cosbie Mbele. He also toured with David Byrne of the

Talking Heads. He now makes Prescott his base of operations. He shares a studio called “The Music Garden” with Liz Story. There he holds a music playshop every week which furthers the aims of the non-profit organization he founded known as ComMuSIKey whose mission is building stronger communities through music.