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Fri, Nov 1 7:25am · You Did Not Teach Me What You Thought You Did in Center for Humanities in Medicine

A great story about finding purpose in life during tough times and realizing that sometimes instructors teach a lot more than the subject at hand.



Fri, Oct 25 1:15pm · Harmony for Mayo-Sally Barris in Center for Humanities in Medicine


Minnesota native Sally Barris is an A-list Nashville songwriter who has had songs covered by such top-level artists as Kathy Mattea, Martina McBride, and Lee Ann Womack. Her song “Let The Wind Chase You”, recorded by Trisha Yearwood and Keith Urban, received a Grammy nomination for vocal collaboration. The Minnesota native has performed Mountain Stage, New Bedford Summer Fest, Wildflower Arts & Music Festival, and The Kerrville Folk Festival. Sally is currently touring with her latest cd “The Road in Me”.

Fri, Oct 25 1:13pm · Harmony for Mayo-Reggie Harris in Center for Humanities in Medicine


Reggie Harris is a singer-songwriter, storyteller, and cultural ambassador on a mission to educate, entertain, and inspire. For over 40 years, he has captivated audiences to standing ovations in the US, Canada, and across Europe. A well-traveled performer, lecturer and cultural ambassador, Reggie has earned wide acclaimed and respect from peers and audiences alike throughout the U.S., Canada, Europe, and around the world. He combines spirituals and roots music, historic inspiration, and moving original songs, often in the themes of unity and social justice.


Fri, Oct 25 1:10pm · Harmony for Mayo-Hiroya Tsukamoto in Center for Humanities in Medicine


Hiroya Tsukamoto is a composer, guitarist, and singer-songwriter from Kyoto, Japan. In 2000, Hiroya received a scholarship to Berklee College of Music and came to the United States. Hiroya has been leading concerts internationally including several appearances at Blue Note in New York City with his group and Japanese National Television (NHK). In 2018, Hiroya won 2nd place at the International Finger Style Guitar Championship.

Fri, Sep 20 9:18am · Harmony for Mayo-Choral Arts Ensemble in Center for Humanities in Medicine


Since its founding by Rick Kvam in 1985, the forty voices of Choral Arts Ensemble have inspired audiences with their marvelous choral repertoire. Now in their 33rd season, Choral Arts Ensemble’s mission is to inspire, educate, and enrich the community at large through outstanding choral performance. Additionally, the Ensemble coordinates the Rosemary and Meredith Willson Harmony for Mayo Program, a free weekly concert series.

Fri, Sep 20 9:16am · Harmony for Mayo-Brooks Williams in Center for Humanities in Medicine


Brooks Williams was born in Statesboro, Georgia, (the town made famous by the classic song Statesboro Blues). Ranked in the top 100 acoustic guitarists, he’s a mean finger-picker and a stunning slide guitarist. His voice earned Brooks a nomination for Best Male Vocalist by Spiral Earth, one of the UK’s most respected roots music publications. Williams’ original songs are typically sophisticated musically, and yet sound immediately familiar – a sign of a skilled songwriter. His instructional guitar workshops frequently sell out, and his teaching is in high demand at music camps and colleges around the world.

Fri, Sep 20 9:11am · Harmony for Mayo-Patchouli in Center for Humanities in Medicine


Patchouli’s down-to-earth, hopeful songwriting is “New American Folk,” blending elements of folk, pop, flamenco and jazz with world beat rhythms. The classically trained duo, Julie Patchouli and master guitarist Bruce Hecksel, have been dubbed “the hardest working folk duo in America.” Their CD, titled “Firelight” was reported #1 on the OneWorldMusic UK Top 100 Chart in March of 2015, their 2017 release “Of Sea and Stars” won a ZMR award for best instrumental album of the year and their latest CD “Spirit World” was nominated for best World Music of the year in 2018. Patchouli represents the very top echelon of today’s acoustic performers, bringing the highest level of skill together with the passion, experience and joy that are a rare combination indeed.

Mon, Sep 16 9:50am · Art Gallery Opening for Peter Park, Catherine Park, and Ann M. Riggott in Center for Humanities in Medicine

Join us for the art exhibit opening of local artists, Peter Park, Catherine Park, and Ann M. Riggott!  The “East Meets West” exhibit opening will take place in the Parkside Gallery at Charter House on Thursday, October 24th, from 4:30-6:30pm.  Listen to a gallery talk from the artists along with music by e-Cello Trio.  Enjoy wine and hors d’oeuvres.  No cost and open to the public.


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