HARMONIES FOR HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS... An Intimate Evening of Acoustic Music
A benefit concert for Support Network, the domestic violence program of the YWCA of Silicon Valley, hosted by Messiah Refugees Music
Saturday, November 13, 2010, 7:30pm
Mission City Coffee Roasting Company w 2221 The Alameda, Santa Clara
Tickets $20, sold at the door only,
(Cash or check, ATM on site)
100% of proceeds donated to YWCA Support Network
REBECCA & GARY PARKS rebeccaparksmusic. com
Rebecca, of Messiah Refugees Music, writes award-winning songs that set scenes, tell stories, and dramatize conversations. She has introspective vulnerability and a folk/rock sensibility with a theatrical touch. Her lyrics are sharp, her melodies memorable. She and husband Gary create warm harmonies.
TIM SCHWALBACH & MIKE MASUDA INCREDIBLE SHRINKING BAND
For 17+ years Tim and Mike have collaborated on musical projects including Silk Road, a flamenco-meets-acoustic-pop/rock group, and Thornapple, a trio with 60s-to-now influences. Mike is a multi-instrumentalist and performs in various Bay Area bands; Tim teaches guitar and enjoys songwriting. Both are valued volunteers of the YWCA Support Network.
SEAN MICHAEL IMLER rhythma. com
Rhythma crosses the boundaries of rock, folk, pop, jazz, and Americana, with lyrics that inform, challenge, and attract audience members interested in social change and alternative media. In the tradition of the traveling storyteller, Sean Michaelís lyrics are driven by, wrapped, and rewrapped in rhythm, revealing complex, continuously shifting perspectives.
DAPHNA RAHMIL daphnarahmil. com
A violinist, vocalist, and award-winning songwriter, Daphna delivers sweet and surprisingly saucy originals in a crystal-clear voice and an eclectic selection of music from the theatre and folk world. Exposed from an early age to religious persecution, she uses lyric and melody to heal the deep wounds that remain in the oppressed.
For individuals and families experiencing domestic violence throughout Santa Clara County, YWCA Support Network services include a 24-hr toll-free hotline (1-800-572-2782), emergency shelter, counseling/therapy, legal services, victim advocacy, and programs for children and teens. All services are confidential, free/low-cost, and offered in Spanish and English.