One Man Many Voices<br />

April 1. The White House Easter Egg Roll. Bill was invited to come to the White House with his banjo and share stories for the thousands who attended the Easter Egg Roll this year. This was his first time back at the event since he performed for the last three years of the Clinton Administration. He also got to meet and be photographed with President Biden and his wife. Bill performed multiple sets. It was quite a day!

April 14: Stories and Songs of Freedom. The JCC in Tarrytown, NY presents a special program for adults of stories and songs celebrating freedom for Passover. Storytellers Bill Gordh and Therese Folkes-Plair and virtuoso award-winning fiddler Lisa Gutkin have designed a collaborative piece for this event. Weaving klezmer and African-American with folktales - Jewish, African, African-American and Chinese, the program looks at and celebrates a range of notions of freedom.