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BAR SCOTT is a singer-songwriter and writer who leads writing workshops in both Colorado and New York. She has published over sixty-five songs, a memoir, The Present Giver, a workbook for writers called The Lone Writer’s Writing Club, and two short pieces in The Sun magazine called “Tight Spot” and “Breasts.” Her story “Grace” was included in Stories of Music, Volume 1. Learn more about her work at www.barscott.com.


PHILIP SEE is a musician from Seattle, Washington who was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2002, and lost his ability to play music shortly thereafter. With persistence, he was able to regain his musical ability through neuroplasticity. Passionate about helping other musicians with neurological disorders regain their musical abilities as well, See now leads a free program called Get Back Your Music at Seattle’s Multiple Sclerosis Center at Swedish Medical Center. Through this program, he organizes one-on-one and group “jam sessions” that focus on reconditioning the participants’ affected areas. Learn more about Get Back Your Music at www.swedish.org/services/neuroscience-institute/ our-services/multiple-sclerosis-center/comprehensive-wellness/physical-wellness/rehabilitation- and-fitness/wellness-and-exercise-classes.


RUSSELL STEINBERG is a composer who received a PhD in music from Harvard University, an MM from the New England Conservatory, and a BA from UCLA. Performances of his solo, chamber, and orchestral music recently included concerts in Los Angeles, Baltimore, New Jersey, Vienna, and Prague. “Aria for a Calmer World” (violin and orchestra) was featured in the San Bernardino Cares benefit concert for the families of the victims of the 2015 terrorist attack. For the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Hubble Space Telescope, “Cosmic Dust” (commissioned by a tri-consortium of orchestras—the New West Symphony, the Bay Atlantic Symphony, and the Hopkins Symphony) was featured in a special Science News Magazine article and was performed for the Hubble scientists. The Los Angeles Jewish Symphony recently premiered Canopy of Peace based on meditations by noted scholar and philosopher Rabbi Harold M. Schulweis. Available recordings of Steinberg’s music include Sacred Transitions: A Song Cycle Based On Meditations by Harold M. Schulweis, Stories from My Favorite Planet: A Musical Tribute to Journalist Daniel Pearl produced by the Daniel Pearl Foundation, Flute Sonata on Centaur Records recorded by Michelle Stanley, Desert Stars, Steinberg’s solo music for piano and classical guitar, and “Fantasy for Flute and Piano” on the album ASCEND featuring flutist Elizabeth Erenberg. For information about Steinberg’s current performances, recordings, and pre- concert lectures, please visit www.russellsteinberg.com.


KELLY J. STIGLIANO has been consistently writing for weekly newspapers since the 1990s. Her articles have been published in Guideposts, War Cry, Pentecostal Evangel, Focus on the Family’s Clubhouse


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