Conversations, Unity and Healing, Friday at 7pm on HCAM

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This Friday night, September 25th, singer-songwriter Carolyn Waters and spoken-word artist Cheryl Perreault will offer an hour of concert performance and conversation from their homes via Zoom/Livestreaming that will air Live on HCAM-TV. This concert will offer an intimate performance of some of Cheryl and Carolyn's original songs and spoken-word pieces addressing themes of "unity and healing" for communities as we continue to deal with a global pandemic and the many challenges and reckonings of this year of 2020.

These two performing artists will take turns sharing some of their songs and poetry and also perform a few "mash-ups" using their art to promote the importance of understanding and feeling a deeper sense of care and connection for one another as united people of our communities.

Friday, September 25th, 7:00-8:00 p.m.
Conversations, Unity and Healing: Carolyn Waters and Cheryl Perreault in Concert
on HCAM-TV, Facebook Live and Youtube

Carolyn Waters is a performing singing/songwriter based in Worcester, MA. Her style, described as “socially conscious soul”, reflects her deep connection and love for all things music as well as her commitment to use music and the arts as a tool to promote healing and positive social change. As a songwriter her original music not only looks to support and encourage, but also challenges people to actively examine and change the world in which they live. As a voice teacher with experience in the healing arts, she works with people of all ages and abilities to help them find their voices and to go loudly out into the world.’

Cheryl Perreault has a background in psychology and is a poet and spoken-word artist who has two cd recordings of original poetry accompanied by the guitar music of Steve Rapson. She has worked as an educator with people of all ages and has also worked with hospice patients writing their stories of life in review. Cheryl has also hosted programs of poetry, story and song for community at HCAM-TV including Wake Up And Smell The Poetry, Meet Your neighbor and Friday Night Wake Up Call. She is co-editor of two community anthologies of poetry and prose.