News from the Front

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Heroes’ Voices continues to wage war on Post Traumatic Stress and other health challenges related to military service. For the last five years, Heroes’ Voices has been touching the lives of thousands of veterans with the healing power of music and poetry. Over the past year we have done music and poetry workshops with vets […]

Another Succesful Edition of The Soldier’s Journey

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On Sunday, June 3, we celebrated the second annual National Veteran’s Poetry contest at The General’s Residence, Fort Mason in San Francisco. The event, called The Soldier’s Journey was introduced by Richard Harrell, Executive Director. It was the culmination of a national poetry contest for veterans. Vets from all branches of Service were invited to submit […]

Join Us at The Soldiers’ Journey

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The program for the West Coast performance of The Soldier’s Journey is shaping up! Here’s a preview of what you can expect to see when you join us June 3 at 3:00 PM n The General’s Residence at Fort Mason: Music ranging from George M. Cohan to Les Misérables. Commentary and poetry readings by Kevin […]

The Soldiers Journey 2018

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Heroes’ Voices is pleased to announce two performances of The Soldier’s Journey, a celebration of music and poetry exploring a variety of perspectives on war, peace and the soldier’s experience. These performances are the culminating events of the Heroes’ Voices National Veterans Poetry Contest, a cooperative venture between Heroes’ Voices and George Mason University. While […]

Second Annual National Veterans Poetry Contest

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Heroes’ Voices is very proud to announce the second annual National Veterans Poetry Contest. The theme of the contest is once again, “The Soldier’s Journey”. Last year we received over 200 submissions from veteran poets around the country. Our goal is to double that number of submissions. We are offering cash prizes for the top […]

#MusicHeals

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At one of our music workshops, a young wounded vet named Joel said to me, “I used to play guitar. I played in a band. Because of my injury I can’t remember things, so I can’t play anymore.” I paused for a moment, then said, “Have you tried?” and I handed him my guitar. He […]