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“A Call For Meaningful Songs,” from Sulsky ’13

Zack Sulsky ’13 sends in a note about an intriguing songwriting project with a call for submissions. Protest singers, take note:

I am seeking submissions for a new album of original songs about meaningful things. Each songwriter who submits a recording will be asked to choose a charity that they would like their songs to fund. It is my hope that the songs themselves will relate to these charities, so we can contribute not only money, but also serious thought and discourse to the issues that we, the songwriters, care about.

The album will be released in early September, so songwriters have until the end of August to submit songs. Please contact me (zsulsky@wes) if you have any interest in participating. I am looking forward to hearing what this talented community of musicians comes up with.

Contact: zsulsky(at)wesleyan(dot)edu
Deadline: August 31, 2012

Musicians Needed!

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee is scheduled to go up here at Wes next month, but the show can’t go on without a pit band!  If you play

  • oboe
  • flute
  • piano

please get in touch with Simon Edmonds-Langham ’14 (sedmondslang at wes) to schedule an audition within the next week!

Further information about the show:
Performances are Nov 17-19.
Rehearsals include tech week and 3 rehearsals (to be scheduled) between now and then.