Since its beginning in 2007, people around the world have been inspired and re-connected to their inner music through the works of Song Without Borders.
Our first projects focused on the power of intuitive songmaking.
The Honoring recording (2008) features spontaneous songs recorded during empowerment ceremonies around the world; SongSourcing Trackpack One (2009) offers a series of background soundtracks designed for anyone to discover the joy of improvisational songmaking.
Our award-winning film series, initiated with Shining Night: A Portrait of Composer Morten Lauridsen (2012), was followed up with our second feature-length documentary,
In Search of the Great Song (2016), incorporating footage of interviews, natural sounds and music recordings from around the world.
Beyond the Fear of Singing is in final development stage, set for a late 2018 release, focusing on the personal healing which arises from accepting one’s own voice. This third documentary will incorporate interviews made with people around the world over the past several years together with new material.
>With three films completed, our focus turns to developing SongLife, a network for broadcasting music and interviews with leading creatives, educators, visionaries and artists in the field of creative living- particularly around the power of song in relation to everyday life and transformation- while providing access for people around the world to local opportunities, venues and educators for vocal expression.
Song Without Borders
is made possible by individuals who feel resonant with our works, and wish to participate in furthering our projects. Contributions include interviews, music, event hosting, in-kind donations (such as film equipment, venues or food for events) and funding.
of Santa Fe, NM, is the 501 (c)3 non profit fiscal sponsor and umbrella for Song Without Borders