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The mission of The SongStream Project is to use the interwoven path of music and memory to gather and share stories that build a culture of peace, explore social issues, weave webs of relationships, encourage empathy and curiosity, and act as a catalyst for new creativity.
Our work champions the cords and the chords that bind seemingly unconnected people and ideas together. Everyone's story is worth telling and every story is worthy of a song. We move forward with these values as our guide.
Music is a vehicle. It can take us across decades and continents in an instant. By being intentional about how music and stories help connect us to one another we highlight their capacity to move people, encourage curiosity and open up conversations. In a globalized world where social issues transcend traditional boundaries, we seek to use the ancient power of music and stories to shine a light on evolving and emerging challenges.
Our first show, 'Voices of Autism' explores the role of music in the lives of four young musicians on the autism spectrum and how it helps them share their amazing gifts with the world. Our most recent show, ‘Blessing and Burden: a journey into resilience, music and mental health’, is the first in a series that focuses on resilience.
From the beginning, the vision of The SongStream Project has been that it uses a vintage Airstream trailer as the recording space. We are steadily working towards that dream.