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Rena Sharon and Arts of Conscience

I always love to have Rena Sharon as a guest in the studio. She is articulate and thought provoking and she is passionate about music and art and the role they play in our lives.

Rena is a pianist, a professor at UBC and more recently the founder of the Vancouver International Song Institute.  (which is so many things that it's best if you go to the website to find out all about it)

This year she has added a new component to the Institute.  It's called Arts of Conscience and so I asked Rita to come in to explain more about the idea behind this series of events.

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