Unique Concert in Indy: Music for the Soul – Celebrating Life, Facing Mortality
Indianapolis-based Elaine Voci Life Skills Coaching, LLC, will host Music for the Soul, a family concert featuring singer and musician Bill Cohen, from 3 to 4:30 p.m. on April 30 at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, in Indianapolis. Attendees will enjoy a wide range of musical styles, including folk songs, 1950’s “oldies but goodies”, an Irish ballad and a touch of country.
The event will intend to bring people together to share music that’ll offer deeper meaning and understanding of life and dying. Handmade, decorated cookies by Poppy & Sweet Pea Cookies and beverages are included in admission fee.
“This won’t be a depressing, morbid look at death and it won’t include any theological proselytizing either,” says Voci. “In fact, we will be including several songs about the liberation we can feel when we realize our inevitable deaths give our lives meaning, and opens doors for us to be the best we can be.”
The concert is open to the public and a “two for one” is available for caregivers accompanying a disabled attendee. Proceeds will be donated to the greater Indianapolis chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association.
Tickets: $15 at the door; $10 in advance online at ElaineVoci.com/concert/. Location: 6050 North Meridian St. For more information, call 317-730-5481 or to hear an interview with Voci about the event, go to ElaineVoci.com.