On Monday, May 20, at 7:00, young local singer/songwriter Megan Makeever will present a program A Philosophical and Emotional Journey through Song. “I have crafted a set of twelve meaningful songs that delve into the human condition, taking audience members on a philosophical and emotional journey that challenges them to open their hearts and minds to feel and think deeply,” said Megan. The program revolves around the concept of vulnerability, and emphasizes the importance of it, starting with a reflection about her philosophy of music and what she intends to achieve through sharing her songs. Megan feels the best way to share emotions is through art-form, for it can portray powerful messages that reach beyond what plain words can say. The program is filled with readings reflecting about the philosophy and underlying theme of each song. The songs cover a wide variety of subjects, which include gratefulness, recovery, letting go, empathy, persistence, self-respect, honesty, temporal emotion, positive-thinking, and giving too much. Each song will be performed by Megan and other talented musicians. Megan graduated from Bozeman High School and from St. Olaf in 2012 where she studied music and flute performance. She recently finished recording her second CD of personally written songs, and is the music director at Christ the King Lutheran Church. Call Paula at 582-2426 for more information.
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