When it comes to peace, how would you describe yourself?
I'm just a peaceful person
What do you believe are the 'burning issues' today?
War, Hunger, Poverty, Violence, Human Rights
What must we overcome to achieve peace?
We rarely can pursue our own thoughts. The traffic in the mind prevents us. We do not 'individually' join one thing with another, or see the truth of something for ourselves. The rush of associations, the continual reactions to life, are too powerful. Few of us will say we have built much inside. We have not recreated - re-presented - the world but left it in the form of a confused sensory image.
Can we change the world?
More about me
Dennis Massa, composer, publisher, narrator, and principal talent, is a graduate of Nassau Community College, NY (Applied Science in Criminal Justice) and David Lipscomb University, Nashville, TN. (BA : in Counseling/ Theology, Languages: Koine Greek, German & Classical Hebrew). He has pursued and been active in Music all his life and is currently writing and recording for people of all ages.
Dennis first started playing guitar at the age of nine, inspired by Elvis Presleys Blue Suede Shoes. He went on to study theology & music in Nashville, becoming part of a traveling troupe of musicians, playing to audiences throughout the south and Midwest. His wide range of interests included fund raising for anti- drug youth groups.
Dennis, known for his original songs, and off-beat childrens music such as : WACKY WACKY WABBITTS, ISH KABIBBLE, THE KOOKABORO JAMBOREE, Limber Up For the Limbo, delivers a refreshing new sound to childrens music. He approaches each song or group of songs, as a visual idea. First he invents a character or situation and then designs songs around his characters & creations.
In addition to writing songs, playing guitar & violin, he also sell guitars and violins, and creates original Sumi-e watercolor art. Dennis has been a past president of the NY Sumi-e Watercolor Association of America, under the tutelage of Master Sumi-e Artist , Mitsuko Bickham.
Whose works have been exhibited at the National Arts Gallery in NYC.
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