Community songleaders for community, justice, fun, and healing.
- Want to activate some weaving of hearts, bodies, and voices?
- Want to create a space for justice or healing or grief or serious play and vocal exploration?
Reach out and let's talk!
Using ancient embodied technologies of singing and moving together as a foundation for community building, we create and share space for truth telling, cultural composting, healing, and growing the world we envision.
Please checkout the current list here.
What have we done before?
- Full Voice Song Circles at Yess Yoga, Mpls
- Street Justice Singalong at Open Streets Mpls
- Song circles centering BIPOC and mixed race folx at Springboard for the Arts & private residences
- Music for the Church & Streets [lecture/demonstration] at St. Catherine's University
- Samhain Grief Song Circle at Anam Cara House
- Songs for Truth telling, New Narratives, and Cultural Composting at Overcoming Racism Conference, Facilitating Racial Equity Collaborative (FREC)
- Subzero Singalong at Art Shanty Projects, Mpls
Who is Good Trouble?
Good Trouble is the songleading duo made up of mixed Asian songleaders Liz Digitale Anderson and Conie Borchardt.
In addition to voice tending, we offer skills and facilitation in many musical veins and beyond, like theater, somatic work, and labyrinth construction.
Our mentors include Barbara McAfee, the Music that Makes Community network, Liz Rog, and the Poor People's Campaign.
Contact Us!Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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