Join “Zoom with Vose Wednesdays at 6pm,” on May 5, as Jim Doble discusses his hand crafted instruments, sound therapy and the effect of sound and vibration.
Doble has been creating unique, mostly percussive, musical instruments out of a disparate collection of materials such as wood, steel, glass, aluminum, and stone for about 35 years. In more recent years, he has been focusing most of his instrument building to designs suitable for public spaces, such as playgrounds, children's museums, and the like. Wishing further to delve into the intricacies of sound and vibration, he now has also entered into the quickly evolving realm of sound therapy: using sound and vibration to help stimulate health and personal evolution.
Doble currently offers individual sound therapy sessions and group sound "baths," as well as continuing to create a wide variety of musical instruments.
Please email email@example.com prior to 3 p.m., on May 5, to request an invitation and passcode to attend this special program.
Vose Library is located at 392 Common Road, in Union, and is currently open for curbside pick-up services and for browse and borrow in-person services, up to five patrons at a time.
FMI: please call 207-785-4733 or visit www.voselibrary.org.