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Baritone Mark Rucker is the featured soloist with the Sackets Harbor Vocal Arts Ensemble's concert on May 4th at Trinity Episcopal Church in Watertown.  Photo:  Jen Joyce Davis
Baritone Mark Rucker is the featured soloist with the Sackets Harbor Vocal Arts Ensemble's concert on May 4th at Trinity Episcopal Church in Watertown. Photo: Jen Joyce Davis

"Am I an American?" Watertown concert celebrates American artists

The Trinity Concert Series continues at Trinity Episcopal Church in Watertown on Sunday, May 4, with a focus on the words, poetry and music of American writers, poets and composers. The concert will feature the Sackets Harbor Vocal Arts Ensemble and orchestra.

Founded in 2006, the ensemble includes over 50 singers from around the region. Baritone Mark Rucker will be the featured soloist in "Ballad for Americans" composed by Earl Robinson.

Music Director Richard Probert told Todd Moe that the concert will also feature spirituals, the poetry of Robert Frost and music composed by Aaron Copland and Randall Thompson.  Go to full article
"Celebrate Oneness" will be held at St. Lawrence University's Herring-Cole Hall. Photo: <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Mwanner">Mwanner</a>, CC <a href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/deed.en">some rights reserved</a>.
"Celebrate Oneness" will be held at St. Lawrence University's Herring-Cole Hall. Photo: Mwanner, CC some rights reserved.

Using secular meditation to awaken the inner spirit

An ancient meditation practice that cleanses and energizes the body will be taught at a gathering next Tuesday night in Canton. Todd Moe talks with organizer Winnie Sachno about the "Celebrate Oneness" evening which will include meditations and a Oneness Blessing under the guidance of Oneness meditators Skip Miller and Mahaal Ajallahb.

Sachno explains that Oneness is an experience that moves beyond the mind; no beliefs or philosophies are taught.  Go to full article

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