Bill Protzmann to Present 'Listen Yourself Well' at The 60 Minute University
Protzmann's "Listen Yourself Well" is the final presentation in the series he has given as part of the classes presented this Fall by The 60 Minute University. For more information or to register for this class, visit:
"In times like these, stress and anxiety are often in the foreground of our lives. Bringing music out of the background to help us re-connect with good feelings is simple and effective," says Protzmann. "Current medical research is catching up with what we musicians have known all along: music is powerful. My passion is to teach folks to listen to music in a way that can change their lives."
About Bill Protzmann
Bill Protzmann is an Associate member of the American Music Therapy Association, and a member of The Healing Music Organization. He holds magna cum laude degrees in performance piano / musical theater (University of California, Irvine, 1999), and English writing (Principia College, 1983). He is an accomplished composer, arranger, accompanist, entertainer, public speaker, entrepreneur, educator, writer and poet, and a warm and humorous storyteller, and has performed for live audiences for more than 40 years.
Among Protzmann's current projects and accomplishments:
For more information about music and healing, or to schedule an interview with Bill Protzmann, please call 800.785.8596, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit:
-- He works with veterans, active-duty soldiers and organizations that support the troops, teaching individuals how they can use the power of music to relieve symptoms of war-related post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD); -- His recording credits of healing music include "Serenity," an original channeled solo piano album, and keyboardist and co-creator of "Equilibrium," with Jodi Roberts (Tibetan bowls) and Cornell Kinderknecht (world flutes); -- He is co-creator and co-star of the original smash operatic cabaret, "Diva!," which he performs regularly with soprano Susan Asbjornson, Founder and Artistic Director of The Contemporary Opera of Los Angeles; -- He is co-creator and keyboardist of "The Rumi Project" a participatory performance in which the audience chooses poems by Jelaluddin Rumi that are then sung to improvised Western music.
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