Saturday, April 8 - 7:30 PM
Chautauqua Community HouseSold Out
Carrie Newcomer’s songwriting has impressed the likes of Billboard, USA Today and Rolling Stone, which wrote that she “asks all the right questions.” Newcomer speaks and teaches about creativity, vocation, activism and spirituality at colleges, conventions and retreats. She has shared the stage with performers like Alison Krauss and writers like Parker J. Palmer, Jill Bolte Taylor, Philip Gulley, Scott Russell Sanders, Rabbi Sandy Sasso and Barbara Kingsolver. Newcomer has written two collections of essays and poetry as companion pieces to recent albums, “A Permeable Life: Poems and Essays” and “The Beautiful Not Yet: Essays, Poems and Lyrics.” In 2016, Goshen College awarded her with an honorary degree of Bachelors of Music in Social Change during a ceremony in which she delivered the college’s commencement speech. Newcomer lives in Indiana.
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