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1. Sunday Platform with Angeline Butler: Reflections on a Non-Violent Movement
Sunday, January 19
11am - 12:30pm
New York Society for Ethical Culture
2 West 64th Street, at Central Park West
Free and Open to the Public

The Sunday Platform is an important and long-standing community event at the NY Society for Ethical Culture. These gatherings educate, stimulate personal growth, inspire reflection and action, and strengthen our community. Sunday meetings usually begin with music, followed by greetings and a talk given by a Society Leader, member, or guest. Each Sunday meeting is followed by a luncheon and social hour.

I will lead the music segment, followed by civil rights activist, professor and entertainer Angeline Butler's presentation "Reflections on a Non-Violent Movement," in which she will share reflections of the strategy and accomplishments of the Student Nonviolent Movement of the 1960s and the actions of the adult community that supported them. 

2. Vocal coaching is fast becoming one of my most popular offerings. Here is what you all have to say about my courses and coaching. Thanks for your feedback! 

Would you like to feel more grounded and confident in the powerful capacities of your voice? Invest in a session with me. Clients leave my sessions feeling revitalized, inspired, more in touch with themselves, and a deeper understanding of what their voices can do. Contact me at to book a coaching session, or a free 15 minute exploratory phone consultation.

3. Thanks to those who have purchased a Lush Tongue merch item! You can support my platform by purchasing t-shirts, hoodies, mugs, tote bags, and more. Here is the link:

4. The Open Sing is taking January off, but save the date for February 9 and all other second Sundays of the month!

Who is Onome?
Onome is a vocalist and interdisciplinary sound artist of Urhobo heritage in the Niger Delta. She incorporates improvisation into her practice as a tool to expand consciousness, creativity, and personal development. Through her audience-interactive performances, workshops and sound installations, Onome embodies joy, enchantment, and infinite possibility. She is an artist-in-residence at Carnegie Hall as a core member of the vocal improvisation lab and ensemble, Moving Star. 

She has performed sound poetry at hundreds of venues nationally, recorded soundscapes for podcasts, and created vocal film scores. She received her MFA in Performance Studies at Pratt Institute. She is the artistic director for Lush Tongue, a project that encompasses improvisation based on a repertoire of songs by women composers, sound healing, singing immersions, workshops, vocal coaching, retreats, and concerts. She facilitates community vocal immersions at concert halls, conferences, galleries, museums, schools, cultural centers, shelters, prisons, parks, churches, wherever voices gather.
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