Creative Gathering | Music and Peace

Sarah R-1

When playing music, it is possible to achieve a unique sense of peace. –Daniel Barenboim

Today, I shot a photo of a new colleague, a gifted violinist, as she performed for our chapel service today. She had such a sweet, peaceful expression as she played that I was compelled to pick up my camera. I attempted the impossible–to capture the profound moment when musician and instrument coalesced and conspired to unshackle us from the bonds of this world and invite us into that peace. 

9 thoughts on “Creative Gathering | Music and Peace

  1. Janet from FL says:

    Love this! My Dad’s family loved playing music at family gatherings. My Grandpa made violins! I took lessons, but unfortunately I never got the hang of it. The violin is somewhat difficult to learn. My Dad was an excellent violinist, and I still love listening to the violin.

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    • Chandra Lynn says:

      My son plays the viola. Well, he played for about 4 or 5 years, He hasn’t practiced much since the beginning of the pandemic. That saddens me. He plays other instruments, but I hope he picks his viola up again soon.

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