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Chatting with performer, teacher, and healer Stuart Fuchs

Stu Fuchs discusses his musical background and involvement in music therapy, how he embraces the original meaning of the word amateur, and later performs a demonstration of the primal sounds of the didgeridoo.

Stu Fuchs

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By Gail Reynolds, Tampa Correspondent

_DSC0050-1For every personal musical preference, chances are that Stuart Fuchs plays a genre or style that will appeal to a particular taste: classical, folk, rock, Latin, or gypsy jazz.  His range also extends to the instruments he plays.

Rock At Night recently had the opportunity to chat with Stu–performer, teacher, healer. In this audio interview he tells about his musical background and how he embraces the original meaning of amateur, one who loves a particular activity. He talks of his involvement in music therapy and demonstrates the primal sounds of the didgeridoo.

Regarding the ukulele retreat at the Omega Institute for Holistic Studies, which will apply the practice of yoga and meditation to the ukulele:

Experience in yoga is not required. You do not have to fold your body like a pretzel. Yoga simply means to yoke or unite; that is, to connect with yourself.

Check Stu’s website for his concert and workshop schedule as well as videos:

LISTEN to the interview on iTUNES





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About Gail Reynolds (24 Articles)
ROCK AT NIGHT COLUMNIST I love music and I love to write, so Rock at Night is a perfect forum for me. I appreciate all genres from classical to country and am astounded by the number of extraordinarily talented but under-recognized musical artists. So my articles often feature such “well known unknown” musicians and composers. Before email, I would include a record review along with my holiday greetings as an alternative to annual reports of personal achievements and acquisitions. Among these, I wrote of Leonard Cohen’s I’m Your Man in 1988 and Bruce Cockburn’s Nothing But A Burning Light in 1991, urging my friends and family to listen to these masterpieces. Now I can continue to express my enthusiasm for various musical artists to a wider audience.

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