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  • Women’s History Month: Laurie Rubin

    March 7, 2013

    Laurie Rubin is not only the author of Do You Dream in Color? Insights from a Girl Without Sight, but she is also a world-renowned mezzo-Rubin_by_Jennifer_Taira_72dpisoprano, jewelry maker, and co-founder and associate artistic director of Ohana Arts. MISS, the online site for creative women by Gabriella Khorasane, interviewed Laurie as part of its “Women Making History” feature.

    MISS: Your story is so inspiring – how have you gone about spreading your message and why is it important to you?

    LR: I have gone about spreading my message mostly via my concerts and some motivational speaking engagements. In my concerts, I often tell stories from my life which pertain to the pieces I’m about to sing because I always go on stage thinking that there is someone in that audience who needs some lifting up, some encouragement, or else just a fun evening to let their hair down. When I bring my point home with the music, it really gives my message the emotional context it needs for each individual person with his or her own unique story.

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