Musicians to address Unitarians
On Sunday, February 10, the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Rappahannock (UUFR) will be visited by musician David Duhon. He will be joined by Marjie Sabo, who is a singer/songwriter and also his musical partner. They will be looking at creativity, using the specific example of music composition and song writing.
Duhon has asked the same two questions of about 25 folks, with regard to how they write/create music. The first question is, “What personal aspect is the engine of your creativity?” The second is, “How has this act of creativity affected other aspects of your life—so you think differently, have different sorts of relationships, see the world in a different way—is your body chemistry or internal wiring different?”
They will play some of their songs, with Duhon on cello and Sabo on keyboard or guitar.
The UUFR meets every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. at 366 James Wharf Road in White Stone. Coffee and conversation will follow the service.