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Keep It Simple …

During the month of December, I had the opportunity to go to Salt Lake City and see the Mormon Tabernacle Choir’s Christmas production. And a production it was! They had two special guests and over-the-top theatrics. The only thing missing was the Choir actually singing Christmas carols … really!

While it was entertaining, I was disappointed to not experience the simple beauty of this timeless music by this awesome Choir. Traveling to Salt Lake City to see this Choir was on my “bucket list,” so I feel blessed to have had this experience. But it was also a reminder that simplicity is still much-needed in our culture, especially during the month of December and throughout the holiday season.

While we just finished the holidays, I am already booking Advent gigs for 2014. They will be focused on beautiful Christmas carols, meditative readings and touching stories. Contact me if you are interested in booking a holiday gig now.

Tami Briggs, Therapeutic Harpist, Musical Reflections, Healing Harp Music


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What’s on your “Bucket List”?

My monthly e-zine went out today and it has generated a lively response!

I wrote about clicking off an item on my “bucket list” – seeing the Mormon Tabernacle Choir in concert. They were doing an upper Midwest concert series. So, I flew to Lexington, Kentucky and drove my parents to Indianapolis for the concert. It was amazing! Their signature song is how they close every concert and it is also my Dad’s favorite song, “Battle Hymn of the Republic.” It is a traditional 4th of July song and spectacular when sung by this wonderful choir. Click here to watch and listen. 

Happy 4th!


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