Recording the Strings of Hope

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On Saturday we recorded the Strings of Hope down at Hope Academy. Teacher and founder of the group, Jonathan Reaoch has done a super job with the kids and they respond really well to his instruction and guidance. Bruce Balgaard … Continued

Recording the Hope Choir

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Today was our first on-site recording session with the Hope Academy choir and the students sang two songs that will be part of the “Sounds of Hope” sampler CD. It was the first recording experience for most of them and … Continued

Success or Significance?

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I recently read an article by John Maxwell in Success magazine’s Oct 2010 edition where he talked about the difference between success and significance. Maxwell writes “Success asks, ‘how can I add value to myself?’ Significance asks, ‘how can add … Continued

Why “Inverted” Arts?

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in·vert·ed: 1. To turn inside out or upside down. 2. To reverse the position, order, or condition of. So why “Inverted” Arts? Above all we want to change the world by turning it inside out and upside down. So many … Continued

Hope Academy Sampler CD

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We have just started recording our very first Inverted Arts project; a sampler CD called “Sounds of Hope” for Hope Academy that the school will be presenting at their annual fund-raising dinner called “An Evening of Hope.” The CD will … Continued

Kariobangi Choir

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We are pleased to announce our first global project at the Kariobangi Outreach Children’s Home in Nairobi, Kenya. The Kariobangi Choir is outstanding, even winning a national championship. We are currently planning a trip to Kenya in August 2011 to … Continued