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Mindful Self-Compassion: Core Skills Training

Mindful Self-Compasssion:

Core Skills Training

 

A Benefit Event for The Center for Mindfulness and Compassion

Cambridge Health Alliance

www.challiance.org/CMC

 

For someone to develop genuine compassion towards others, first he or she must have a basis upon which to cultivate compassion, and that basis is the ability to connect to one’s own feelings and to care for one’s own welfare…Caring for others requires caring for oneself.

 Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama

  

This workshop is an introduction to Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC), an empirically-supported training program based on the pioneering research of Kristin Neff and the clinical perspective of Christopher Germer. MSC teaches core principles and practices that enable participants to respond to difficult moments in their lives with kindness, care and understanding.

The three key components of self-compassion are self-kindness, a sense of common humanity, and balanced, mindful awareness. Kindness opens our hearts to suffering, so we can give ourselves what we need. Common humanity opens us to our essential interrelatedness, so that we know we aren’t alone. Mindfulness opens us to the present moment, so we can accept our experience with greater ease. Together they comprise a state of warm-hearted, connected presence.

Self-compassion can be learned by anyone, even those who didn’t receive enough affection in childhood or who feel uncomfortable when they are good to themselves. It’s a courageous attitude that stands up to harm, including the harm that we unwittingly inflict on ourselves through self-criticism, self-isolation, or self-absorption. Self-compassion provides emotional strength and resilience, allowing us to admit our shortcomings, motivate ourselves with kindness, forgive ourselves when needed, relate wholeheartedly to others, and be more authentically ourselves.

Rapidly expanding research demonstrates that self-compassion is strongly associated with emotional wellbeing, less anxiety, depression and stress, maintenance of healthy habits such as diet and exercise, and satisfying personal relationships.  

 

After participating in this workshop, you’ll be able to:

  • Practice self-compassion in daily life
  • Understand the empirically-supported benefits of self-compassion
  • Motivate yourself with kindness rather than criticism
  • Handle difficult emotions with greater ease
  • Manage caregiver fatigue
  • Teach self-compassion exercises to clients 

 

What To Expect

Program activities include meditation, short talks, experiential exercises, group discussion, and home practices. The goal is for participants to directly experience self-compassion and learn practices that evoke self-compassion in daily life.

 

This workshop is an experiential journey. Compassion has the effect of soothing and comforting us as it paradoxically opens us to emotional discomfort. While some difficult emotions can be expected to arise while practicing self-compassion, this workshop is designed to be safe, meaningful, and enjoyable for everyone.

 

For more on MSC, please go to www.CenterForMSC.org

 

Prerequisites

 No previous experience with mindfulness or meditation is required to attend the program. It is recommended, but not necessary, that participants read one of following books beforehand.

  • The Mindful Path to Self-Compassion, by Christopher Germer
  • Self-Compassion: The Proven Power of Being Kind to Yourself, by Kristin Neff

 

Instructors

Christopher K. Germer, PhD is a clinical psychologist in private practice, a clinical instructor in psychology at Harvard Medical School, and a founding faculty member of the Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy. He leads workshops internationally on mindfulness and self-compassion. Dr. Germer is author of The Mindful Path to Self-Compassion, and co-editor of Mindfulness and Psychotherapy and Wisdom and Compassion in Psychotherapy. www.MindfulSelfCompassion.org

 

Susan M. Pollak, MTS, Ed.D. is a clinical instructor in psychology at Harvard Medical School, Cambridge Health Alliance, where she has taught and supervised since the mid 1990s. She is the president of the Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy and a psychologist in private clinical practice in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Dr. Pollak co-taught Mindful Self-Compassion during its early development and she is co-author of Sitting Together: Essential Skills for Mindfulness-Based Psychotherapy. http://www.sittingtogether.com/authors.php

 

Registration

Snacks are provided. Please bring your own lunch or plan to purchase lunch from a nearby eatery. Maximum enrollment will be 60 persons. Please plan to attend both sessions when you register for this workshop.

 

Directions

http://www.arlingtoncenter.org/directions.html

For more information, please contact mail@centerformsc.org

 

Continuing Education

Psychologists:

The Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy maintains responsibility for this program and its content. This course offers 11 hours of credit.

 

Licensed Mental Health Counselors:

The Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy is an NBCC-Approved Continuing Education Provider (ACEP™) and may offer NBCC-approved clock hours for events that meet NBCC requirements. The Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy (Provider #6048) solely is responsible for all aspects of the program. This program is approved for 11 clock hours. It is also applicable for Commonwealth of Massachusetts Counseling/Allied Mental Health and PDP accreditation.

 

Social Work:

This program has been approved for 11 SOCIAL WORK Continuing Education hours for re-licensure, in accordance with 258 CMR. Collaborative of NASW and the Boston College and Simmons Schools of Social Work Authorization Number D 70145.

 

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists:

This activity has been certified by the (Massachusetts and/or Rhode Island) Association(s) for Marriage & Family Therapy, Inc. for 11 contact hours of professional continuing education. Certification # PC - 030351.

 

Nursing:

This program carries 11 Contact Hours and meets the specifications of the MASSACHUSETTS BOARD OF REGISTRATION OF NURSING (244 CMR).

  

 

Note: This workshop is an introduction to MSC.  In order to receive full MSC Teacher Training, a prerequisite is attendance at a full MSC program such as upcoming MSC Intensive in Barre, MA from Jan. 18-23, 2015: http://mindfulsc.org/barre-course-jan-2015/



When: Jan 31, 2015 10 AM to Feb 1, 2015 5 PMin Arlington, Massachusetts
Cost: Visit EventBrite.com for pricing. (Sat, 31 Jan 2015 10 )
Budding Bonds (0-3 months): Arlington

                                     Budding Bonds: New Moms Group (0 - 3months)


- Meet a group of other moms in your area
- Talk, listen, laugh, bond

Mommybites Boston is proud to offer Boston-area moms support groups launched in NYC in 2008!

In our new moms groups, each week you’ll share experiences, engage in parenting discussions, gather valuable resources, and ask your parenting questions on order to make this time of major transition smoother, saner, easier and more enjoyable!

After these warm, informative, and friendly sessions, you’ll be fully connected to a great group of other trusted moms and feel empowered with essential skills such as dealing with sleep deprivation and overcoming the challenges of feeding & fussiness.

Mommybites' support groups are led by facilitators who will guide you to embrace your new role & identity as a mom with more confidence, compassion and humor.

-When: Six Fridays 1/9 - 2/13 

-Time: 11:15am-12:45pm 

-Where: Dance Place, Arlington

-Fee: $170

Led by Katherin Hudkins, former Isis Instructor and Founder of Seedlings: Katherin has been studying childbirth since her first year at Smith College, where she received her BA in Anthropology with a focus in the Anthropology of Reproduction. Katherin has over a decade of extensive childcare experience, worked as a birth doula in Ecuador and Massachusetts, and spent a summer as a traditional midwife’s apprentice in Guatemala. Her passion for emotional support of expecting and new parents brought her to Isis Parenting in June of 2010, where she worked as an assistant center manager and a staff trainer. Her natural gift with moms and babies drew her into the field of postpartum support as a doula and Isis facilitator of new moms groups. Her teaching style is warm, upbeat, and positive, and informed by her cross-cultural and evolutionary studies of childbirth and parenting. 

What if I have to miss a session?
Life happens (especially as a new mom!) Do what you can to make it each week, but know that the program is valuable even if you have to miss some sessions. We don't prorate our support groups for missed sessions as it's really about getting 6 weeks of support & resources (vs 6 sessions). One of the best parts? Developing friendships with so many supportive moms.


What Mommybites Moms are Saying:

Becoming a new mom was the most exhilarating, exhausting, and intense journey I'd ever experienced. What I found I needed most was a sense of community, which is what this group offers. Meeting up, learning from, and laughing with other new mothers helps turn an uncertain and potentially scary time into a shared adventure...

The New Mom's Support Group for babies is a fun and easy way to bond with other moms. The focus is really on the mom, which is so unique in the vast universe of mommy and me classes in NYC...

I enjoyed taking part in the support group. It is great to be with moms and their little ones born around the same time as my daughter. We shared and learned a lot from each other, but the best thing is that we made friends!



When: Jan 9, 2015 11:15:00 AM to Feb 13, 2015 12:45:00 PMin Arlington, Massachusetts
Cost: Visit EventBrite.com for pricing. (Fri, 09 Jan 2015 11:15:00 )
Honky Tonk Masquerade
A Little Bit of Austin, from Boston Honky Tonk Masquerade serves up a dance-inducing gumbo of classic twangy country, hot western swing and, of course, time-tested honky-tonk favorites. The band's five members each bring decades of experience playing American roots music to the band, and it shows in their skilled musicianship and engaging performances. At the musical center of Honky Tonk Masquerade are the voices of Susanne Salem-Schatz and Martin Grosswendt. Both exceptional singers in their own right, their duets and harmony singing are truly special technically precise, musically inventive, and emotionally compelling. Add Martin's inspired guitar work, Art Schatz's masterful fiddling, Kathy Burkly's powerful drumming, and Michael Harrist's groove-making upright bass playing, and you have the ingredients for a recipe that is guaranteed to please, whether you're sipping your beer to sad country songs or have your boots out on the dance floor, The band takes its name from the song by legendary Texas singer-songwriter Joe Ely, a clear indication of the love and respect these musicians feel for the material they perform. This isn't tongue-in cheek country; it's the real thing. At the same time, Honky Tonk Masquerade isn't merely a cover band; its members bring their own sensibilities, skills and experiences to the table to create fresh, exciting settings for great songs, familiar and obscure. They take the best songs, old and new, and infuse them with energy, originality and joy. You can see that joy when they play; it's contagious, and it's one of the reasons Honky Tonk Masquerade is rapidly developing a loyal following. So come on out and enjoy Honky Tonk Masquerade, and be prepared to hear selections from names such as Ray Price, Patsy Cline, Bob Wills, Wanda Jackson, George Jones, Guy Clark, James Hand, and many others, played and sung the way they were meant to be, with commitment and style and be ready to dance! Website: http://honkytonkmasquerade.com



When: Feb 14, 2015 7 PM to Feb 14, 2015 9 PMin Arlington, Massachusetts
Cost: 0 - 155 USD (Sat, 14 Feb 2015 19 )
Woburn Cooperstown All Stars Fundraiser Cornhole Tournament

The Woburn Cooperstown All Stars Cornhole tournament format will consist of group play followed by double-elimination knockout tournaments for competitive and social divisions.

To qualify for the competitive division, you must finish either 1st or 2nd in your group.

Teams that finish 3rd or 4th in each group will advance to the social division.  Teams that finish 5th and beyond in their groups do not advance, but are still guaranteed a minimum three games of group play.  Please note the following:
Size of the Field

  • The field will consist of a maximum of 48 teams
  • Register today to avoid being shut out.  Day of registration will ONLY be allowed up to a maximum of 48 teams!
Group Play
  • There will be six groups composed of a maximum of eight teams per group
  • Each group will be allocated two courts for group play; all group matches are to be played on the assigned courts unless directed otherwise
  • Group play will be a double elimination bracket.  The bracket will not be completed, but played far enough along to advance four teams
  • Teams will be assigned to their groups and given team numbers once they check-in
  • The top two teams in each group advance to the competitive double-elimination bracket
  • Teams finishing 3rd and 4th will advance to the social single-elimination bracket
Competitive Tournament
  • Twelve Team-seeded, double-elimination tournament
  • Four #1 seeds (group winners) will receive first round byes (randomly determined)
  • Two #1 seeds will have first round matches against #2 seeds (randomly determined)
  • The remaining four #2 seeds will have first round matches against themselves (randomly determined)
Social Tournament
  • Twelve Team-seeded, single-elimination tournament
  • Four #3 seeds will receive first round byes (randomly determined)
  • Two #3 seeds will have first round matches against #4 seeds (randomly determined)
  • The remaining four #4 seeds will have first round matches against themselves (randomly determined)
Payout
There will be a 50% net payout.  Based upon a 32 team field payouts would be as follows: 
  • Competitive Tournament 
    • 1st Place -  $600
    • 2nd Place - $400
    • 3rd Place -  $250
    • 4th Place -  $150
  • Social Tournament 
    • 1st Place -   $150



When: Mar 7, 2015 12 PM to Mar 7, 2015 6 PMin Arlington, Massachusetts
Cost: $100 per team, 12:00PM registration, 12:30 start, pizza will be served 100.00 true Team Admission - $50.00/ Player 100.00

(Sat, 07 Mar 2015 12 )
2nd Annual Grief Relief Zumba® Master Class

Thank you for checking out the registration page for the 2nd Annual Grief Relief Zumba® Master Class benefitting Comfort Zone Camp®. The event is being hosted by Jessica Lavine and Renae Nichols, who share a love for Zumba® classes and have both experienced how painful losing a parent can be. LAST YEARS EVENT WAS SO FANTASTIC, WE JUST HAD TO BRING IT BACK FOR YEAR 2!! COME JOIN THE PARTY!

Event Details 

Start your weekend off right at a dance party helping to raise money for an amazing organization that supports children and young adults coping with grief AND get a fantastic, fun, energetic, and SASSY workout! Plus it never hurts to burn a few extra calories before all those Valentines candy boxes start coming in!

 

Featuring the following FABULOUS INSTRUCTORS: Renae Nichols, Ami Stix, Shira Brenner, Ann Munchmeyer, Claire Johnson, Ana Garcia, David Quiroga

 

Friday, February 6th, 2014.

Kids (4+) class 5:30-6:30pm

Adult Master Class 7-8:30pm.

Check-in starts 30 minutes prior to each class.

 

LOCATION: **NEW VENUE** Knights of Columbus, 15 Winslow Street, Arlington, MA. Small parking lot available and Free Street parking on Mass Ave. and conveniently located on MBTA bus route #77 (from Davis Sq) or #79 (from Alewife).

TICKETS: Reserve your spot and save a few dollars by buying your ticket in advance! Online tickets avialable until 2/5/15 at 10pm. Tickets will be sold at the door if extra space allows!

Kids class: $10 at the door or $7 before.

Adult class $20 at the door and $15 before

 

 

Comfort Zone Camp® is a non-profit organization that provides a FREE bereavement camp for children and young adults who have experienced the loss of a parent, sibling, or primary caregiver. The skills and support the children gain in one weekend can have an immensely positive effect on their lives and their grief process. This valuable camp experience costs $500 per child, and the camp runs solely on generous donations.

Can’t make it to the event? Any donations are greatly appreciated and we will make sure we dance a little extra in your honor! Best way to donate is through the Comfort Zone Camp website, just make sure to add a note that you are donating for the Grief Relief Zumba Master Class so we can add it towards our fundraising goal!

Looking for an enriching volunteering opportunity? Join the Comfort Zone Camp® Bubble for an experience you will not soon forget! Learn more at comfortzonecamp.org



When: Feb 6, 2015 5 PM to Feb 6, 2015 8 PMin Arlington, Massachusetts
Cost: Visit EventBrite.com for pricing. (Fri, 06 Feb 2015 17 )
The Pageturners, a book club for 4th & 5th graders! January 2015

The Page Turners is a book club for 4th & 5th graders! This month, Lauren (the librarian!) and the group will read The Strange Case of Origami Yoda by Tom Angleberger. We'll talk about the book, enjoy a snack and do some crazy activities. Preregistration is required at http://pageturnersjanuary.eventbrite.com Registration opens on December 15.

Book Club participants should pick-up a copy of the book from the Librarian's Desk in the Children's Room, read it at home before the January 20 meet-up and bring the book with them to book club. Are you interested in an audio book for this month's read?  Please talk to a librarian!

Hope to see you there!



When: Jan 20, 2015 3 PM to Jan 20, 2015 4 PMin Arlington, Massachusetts (Tue, 20 Jan 2015 15 )
Budding Bonds (0-3 months): Arlington

                                     Budding Bonds: New Moms Group (0 - 3months)


- Meet a group of other moms in your area
- Talk, listen, laugh, bond

Mommybites Boston is proud to offer Boston-area moms support groups launched in NYC in 2008!

In our new moms groups, each week you’ll share experiences, engage in parenting discussions, gather valuable resources, and ask your parenting questions on order to make this time of major transition smoother, saner, easier and more enjoyable!

After these warm, informative, and friendly sessions, you’ll be fully connected to a great group of other trusted moms and feel empowered with essential skills such as dealing with sleep deprivation and overcoming the challenges of feeding & fussiness.

Mommybites' support groups are led by facilitators who will guide you to embrace your new role & identity as a mom with more confidence, compassion and humor.

-When: Six Fridays 11/7 - 12/19 (class on 11/28 will skip due to the Thanksgiving holiday)

-Time: 11:15am-12:45pm 

-Where: Dance Place, Arlington

-Fee: $170

Led by Katherin Hudkins, former Isis Instructor and Founder of Seedlings: Katherin has been studying childbirth since her first year at Smith College, where she received her BA in Anthropology with a focus in the Anthropology of Reproduction. Katherin has over a decade of extensive childcare experience, worked as a birth doula in Ecuador and Massachusetts, and spent a summer as a traditional midwife’s apprentice in Guatemala. Her passion for emotional support of expecting and new parents brought her to Isis Parenting in June of 2010, where she worked as an assistant center manager and a staff trainer. Her natural gift with moms and babies drew her into the field of postpartum support as a doula and Isis facilitator of new moms groups. Her teaching style is warm, upbeat, and positive, and informed by her cross-cultural and evolutionary studies of childbirth and parenting. 

What if I have to miss a session?
Life happens (especially as a new mom!) Do what you can to make it each week, but know that the program is valuable even if you have to miss some sessions. We don't prorate our support groups for missed sessions as it's really about getting 6 weeks of support & resources (vs 6 sessions). One of the best parts? Developing friendships with so many supportive moms.


What Mommybites Moms are Saying:

Becoming a new mom was the most exhilarating, exhausting, and intense journey I'd ever experienced. What I found I needed most was a sense of community, which is what this group offers. Meeting up, learning from, and laughing with other new mothers helps turn an uncertain and potentially scary time into a shared adventure...

The New Mom's Support Group for babies is a fun and easy way to bond with other moms. The focus is really on the mom, which is so unique in the vast universe of mommy and me classes in NYC...

I enjoyed taking part in the support group. It is great to be with moms and their little ones born around the same time as my daughter. We shared and learned a lot from each other, but the best thing is that we made friends!



When: Nov 7, 2014 11:15:00 AM to Dec 19, 2014 12:45:00 PMin Arlington, Massachusetts
Cost: Visit EventBrite.com for pricing. (Fri, 07 Nov 2014 11:15:00 )
New Year's Eve Vintage Ball
When: Dec 31, 2014 8 PM in Arlington, Massachusetts (Wed, 31 Dec 2014 20 )
Bluegrass Gospel Project
Unparalleled vocal harmonies. Eclectic, stirring repertoire. And roots planted in the bluegrass tradition that yield complex, inspiring music from this group of incredible musicians. This is the Bluegrass Gospel Project (BGP), a group that's been doing something unique for more than 10 years: exploring and expanding the tradition of bluegrass gospel, drawing on traditions from U2 to the Stanley Brothers, Sam Cooke to Steve Earle. The six members of the BGP bring decades of rich musical depth to the group. Taylor Armerding, the group's front man, mandolin player and singer, was a founder and lead singer for Northern Lights, the progressive bluegrass group that took the bluegrass world by storm in the 1980s. He was invited by Gene White, Jr. (fiddle) to form the group in 2001 along with Paul Miller (vocals, guitar), Steve Light (banjo, Dobro, guitar, vocals) and other notable musicians to do a one-time performance to a packedhouse on New Year's Eve. The band's chemistry and the music's broad appeal was powerful beyond anyone's expectations, and the group continued to perform, with Colby Crehan (female lead vocalist) and Kirk Lord (upright bass) joining the BGP in 2007. The group's natural on-stage abilities sweep the audience off their feet with smooth, blissful vocal work, seminal musicianship, and a camaraderie that few bands exhibit. Members of the Bluegrass Gospel Project are: Colby Crehan (lead and harmony vocals); Taylor Armerding (lead and harmony vocals, mandolin); Steve Light (banjo, Dobro, guitar, bass vocals); Kirk Lord (upright bass); Paul Miller (lead and harmony vocals, guitar); Gene White, Jr (fiddle, percussion). The Bluegrass Gospel Project has released five full-length albums: The Bluegrass Gospel Project (2002); On Our Way Home (2003); Wander On (2005) Makes You Strong (2006); The Blue Morpho (2009) The group has appeared at hundreds of concert halls, festivals, and churches, including: Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival, Emelin Theater (Mamaroneck, NY) , Flynn Theater (Burlington, VT), One Longfellow Square (Portland, ME),Old South Church (Boston), Festival Memoire et Racines, Canada, and St. John's Coffeehouse (Arlington, MA; 2010, 2013). Tickets on sale now!



When: Jan 10, 2015 7 PM to Jan 10, 2015 9 PMin Arlington, Massachusetts
Cost: 0 - 15 USD (Sat, 10 Jan 2015 19 )
The Bookmarks, a book club for 2nd & 3rd graders! January 2015

The Bookmarks is a book club for 2nd & 3rd graders! This month Lauren (the librarian!) and the group will read How To Train Your Dragon by Cressida Cowell. We'll talk about the book, enjoy a snack and do some crazy activities! Preregistration is required at http://bookmarksjanuary.eventbrite.com Registration opens on December 15.

Book Club participants should pick-up a copy of the book from the Librarian's Desk in the Children's Room, read it at home before the January 6 meet-up and bring the book with them to book club. Are you interested in an audio book for this month's read? Please talk to a librarian!

Hope to see you there!



When: Jan 6, 2015 3 PM to Jan 6, 2015 4 PMin Arlington, Massachusetts (Tue, 06 Jan 2015 15 )
Pixie Dust Craft and Vendor Shows
Pixie Dust Craft and Vendor Shows is happening on 20 Dec 2014 at Elks Lodge Woburn, United States Of America. Its a premier event in Gifts & Handicrafts industry.

Book a stall at 10times.com!

When: Dec 20, 2014 12 AM to Dec 20, 2014 12 AMin Arlington, Massachusetts (Sat, 20 Dec 2014 00 )
Class Dismissed Movie

Class Dismissed is the world's first feature-length documentary exploring the rapidly growing homeschool movement. Class Dismissed follows one family’s quest to better their children’s lives by pulling them out of one of the highest-rated schools in L.A. Parents Rachel and Todd are frustrated by the rigid state-imposed standards of the modern educational system and hope 21st century technology and new research will provide a means for their two daughters to earn a quality education outside the modern school system. They quickly discover that they must overcome long-standing assumptions about education and face the social ramifications of their bold experiment. See the movie trailer here: http://classdismissedmovie.com/

After the 90-minute movie, there will be time (for those who would like to stay) to discuss the movie and ask AHEM representatives questions about homeschooling in Massachusetts. 

Directions: http://feitheatres.com/capitol-theatre/directions/

You will be added to the Friends of AHEM announcement-only elist unless you specifically opt out. Friends of AHEM receive special notices of upcoming AHEM events.

Proceeds will benefit Advocates for Home Education in Masschusetts, Inc.,.a 501(c)(3) charitable organization..

The planners and sponsors of this event reserve the right to cancel this function without penalty. The total amount of liability of the planners and sponsors will be limited to a refund of the ticket cost.



When: Jan 22, 2015 7 PM to Jan 22, 2015 9 PMin Arlington, Massachusetts (Thu, 22 Jan 2015 19 )
Adult Cooking Class

Your guide to New Years Eve entertaining!



When: Dec 30, 2014 6 PM to Dec 30, 2014 7 PMin Arlington, Massachusetts (Tue, 30 Dec 2014 18 )
Chanukah On Ice
Ages: 3+

Join Center for Jewish Life Arlington-Belmont for an all-inclusive Chanukah day of fun at Ed Burns Skating Arena!

Families can skate to Jewish music, and enjoy the Menorah lighting ceremony at the center of the rink at 4:00pm. Other fun activities include Chanukah crafts, traditional latkes and sufganiot (donuts), hot dog stand and refreshments, face painting, and a photo op with Judah the Macabbee.

The $15 entry fee includes skate rental.



When: Dec 24, 2014 3 PM in Arlington, Massachusetts
Cost: $15 (Wed, 24 Dec 2014 15 )
Bees Deluxe


When: Dec 19, 2014 9 PM in Arlington, Massachusetts (Fri, 19 Dec 2014 21 )
Lori Diamond & Fred Abatelli - Folk Acoustic
Celebrating a new album, "Lightning" Bostonian Lori Diamond and New Yorker Fred Abatelli, have been creating and performing music together in New England since their "destined" meeting on Myspace in 2007. Lori, an award winning songwriter (finalist, Great American Songwriting Contest 2010, Best Female Vocalist, Pulse Magazine 2011, 2012), combines alluring, soulful vocals and seasoned piano playing that are a perfect match for Fred's solid finger work and clever phrasing on both bass and guitar. Fans of Norah Jones, Sarah MacLachlan and Joni Mitchell, quickly become fans of Lori & Fred as they explore Jazz, Acoustic, Folk, Pop, Gospel and blues influences and gently infuse them in a flavorful Adult Contemporary style that's all their own. Lori & Fred's latest collection of original songs,"TRUE", was powerfully released to a packed house in October 2011 at the Wachusett Music Series in MA. Like their other CDs, "Bound" and "Mystery", "TRUE" is receiving endless praise from their audiences, peers and industry professionals alike. Most notably, "True" was awarded "BEST CD" for 2012 in Pulse Magazine's Worcester Music Awards. Lori also landed the award for "BEST FEMALE VOCALIST" on the same night for the second year running. July 2011 showcased the dynamic duo on the main stage of the legendary, Falcon Ridge Folk Festival and in August, they were headliners at the Wachusett Valley Folk Festival along with David Wilcox, Mary Gauthier and Madison Violet. Topping off their ground-breaking 2011, they performed BOTH First Night Boston, and First Night Worcester, only to be invited back to do it again in 2012. These prestigious opportunities have inspired Lori and Fred more than ever to connect with audiences far and wide. Peter Yarrow, Joan Osborne, Susan Werner, Tracy Grammer, Jimmy LaFave, DALA, David Roth, John Gorka, Ellis Paul, Gretchen Peters, Natalia Zukerman and Mustard's Retreat are just a few of the national acts these rapidly ascending musicians will have shared the stage within 2011-2013. At any given time, you'll find Lori & Fred at intimate coffeehouses, house concerts and various festivals and benefits throughout the year. They are clearly on the rise and have nowhere to go but up! Visit www.loridiamond.net for a full schedule of performances, or find them on Facebook. Seek them out - you'll be glad you did.



When: Mar 14, 2015 7 PM to Mar 14, 2015 9 PMin Arlington, Massachusetts
Cost: 0 - 155 USD (Sat, 14 Mar 2015 19 )

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