Locked down, but not shut down.
Now more than ever, The House of Songs brings communities together with the arts.
The artist way of life took a big hit from COVID-19. Now that global handshakes are on hold, we stepped up connecting communities with our #Player2Player remote cowriting program with support from the Northwest Arkansas Council.
Twice in one month, The Associated Press reported on recent #Player2Player sessions. AP dropped in on Nashville artists Megan Palmer and Anna Henderson writing about their experiences as frontline medical workers. Click here for the report.
Click here to read about Arkansas-based Sarah Loehten connecting across the Atlantic with Meadows in Sweden. Each of these stories reached over one billion people around the world, picked up by 15k news outlets, including USA Today, Yahoo, and The Washington Post.
Yale Law School Professor Gerald Torres (left) with Egyptian artist Ramy Essam)
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Note for note, The House of Songs gives artists a bigger voice around the world.
From our non-profit base in Bentonville (Arkansas) with locations in Austin (Texas) and New York, we use the language of music to link communities around the world.
Since 2009, we have been sparking peaceful connections with long-lasting impact by connecting artists from differen genres, backgrounds, and cultures.