One Man Many Voices<br />

“Home by Now”
Songs of a Journey in Grief and Love
Bill Gordh

Music by Bill Gordh and Friends
Artwork by Jenny Lewis
Jenny Songs

Recent News

Nov 5 - 6: National Association of Episcopal Schools' Biennial Conference. Bill was a featured speaker at the NAES Biennial in San Francisco in 2000. He has presented at every Biennial since. This year's was to be in San Diego but has been converted into a virtual event. Bill will present a workshop celebrating his new book Making Room for Everyone: More Stories for Building a Children's Chapel. There are many other exciting workshops and speakers. The NAES 2020 Biennial.

August 25: Making Room for Everyone is here!

Making Room for Everyone

Bill's new book, Making Room for Everyone, is now available everywhere. Support your local bookstore!

August 10: Lunch with the Rabbi. Monday, August 10:Rabbi Rebecca Rosenthal and High Holy Day Storyteller Bill Gordh discuss Gordh's new book "Making Room for Everyone" The book contains Bill's tellings of 35 folktales from around the world compiled thematically concerning self, the value of all living things, faith, hope, family and friends to be used to create more inclusive gatherings. It's at Noon and can be accessed on Facebook or on Twitter. .

July 25: Storytelling on-line For Hans Christian Andersen Program. Bill will join 2 other wonderful storytellers to share stories on another all-Andersen stories program. Due to Covid, the storytelling will be on-line instead of in Central Park. Every Saturday from 11:00 - Noon from June through September there will be storytelling programs as there have been for more than 50 years. The Hans Christian Storytelling Center is the host. World-renowned teller Laura Simms has gathered another remarkable group of tellers for the summer. This Saturday, July 25th, the tellers will be Noah Baum, Randel McGee and Bill Gordh in an all Andersen Program. You can access on Facebook or Youtube FREE

NOW: Tons of Tales on Bill Gordh YouTube Channel. Bill has been at work in the studio during the pandemic recording videos of many of his vast repertoire of folktales from around the world and uploading them to his YouTube Channel. Telling tales accompanied by banjo from every continent, some stories are short as a few minutes and some of the stories run over 25. There are funny stories, scary stories, quest tales, cumulative tales, circle stories, tales of justice, stories of love and compassion, tales of peace and trust. They are non-violent. They have provided many children and their families some great tales to listen to while not at school and they are told with the same energy and care that in-classroom and concert attendees have come to cherish. There are presently about 100 Stories on the channel with more to come. Subscribe. It's FREE! Stay Safe!!



Nov 8: Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art and Storytelling Concert. Bill will present a program of folktales from around the world on Sunday. Nov 8 at 1:00 PM as a guest of The Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art and Storytelling. With banjo in hand Bill will share stories from West Africa, Japan, Myanmar, America and more.. in a virtual concert. For more info and to REGISTER.


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