Music is a universal language. Spanning time, space and cultures, music has been interwoven with the fabric of our lives since the early days of humankind.

The sounds, tones, vibrations, and general cadences of music can bring virtual strangers together at all kinds of events and ceremonies ‒ such as baptisms, weddings and more ‒ in shared moments of connectivity.

Read the full article on Laurie’s column at LifeCycles in the Communities at The Washington Times »

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