January 9

Albany Peace Project Day 9

Interview with Rev. Sam Trumbore: Check out his blog at http://www.trumbore.org/

Meditation led by Rev. Sam Trumbore with Special guest musician Rich Goodhart:
Recorded live on Saturday, January 4, 2014 at the First Unitarian Universalist Society of Albany NY
(More About Rev. Trumbore and Rich Goodhart below the video)

sam trumbore head shotMore about Rev. Sam Trumbore:

Sam Trumbore  served as the minister of the First Unitarian Universalist Society of Albany.  He has served there since 1999.  He’s also the co-author of Buddhist Voices in Unitarian Universalism with the Rev. Wayne Arnason.

He’s happily married to Philomena Moriarty and they have a son named Andrew who is a student at SUNY Potsdam.  He lives in East Greenbush, just across the river from Albany.

Check out his lively and interesting blog “The Mostly Mindful Minister”

 

 

DSC00812 RichGoodhart 100x658More About Musician Rich Goodhart:

“Rich Goodhart calls out to us, below our armor and distractions, to that place where we open and expand… a beautiful piece of (he)art..” ~ Jeff Brown, Author of Soulshaping

Multi-instrumentalist, composer and recording artist working with world music in non-traditional forms. Producer, sound engineer, Tai Chi/Qigong practitioner & teacher, Shamanic Sound Healing practitioner & teacher, student of alternative healing methods, “alternative holistic experience facilitator”, artist, poet, writer, listener of trees, birds, water, wind, human living a life.

Amongst the instruments Rich Goodhart may be found eliciting melodic/rhythmic/harmonic sounds from at any given moment:
Dousongoni, sanza, dulcitar, bouzouki, frame drums, banjo, djembe, ashiko, sogo, kidi, talking drum, kanjira, berimbau, jaw harp, melodica, Native American flutes, tabla, Tibetan bowls, his voice, piano, synthesizers, percussion…etc….

Visit his website: http://RichgoodHart.com/

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