Bill Pere, Connecticut's 1995 State Troubadour, is a Grammy-award winning singer/songwriter recognized from New York to Los Angeles as a gifted educator and performer, His many recordings capture significant events in New England history and address important social and educational issues. Bill is Founder of L.U.N.C.H. (Local United Network to Combat Hunger) using the power of popular music to produce positive social action, involving kids in music and theater production to show they can make a difference in the lives of others. (visit /www.lunchensemble.com) As a certified public educator and Bill presents workshops and performances at conferences, festivals, schools and colleges around the country, and had developed several original curriculum integration programs, using music as a hub for teaching science, technology, social studies, math , and language arts. Bill is the author many internationally published articles on songwriting, is the President of the Connecticut Songwriters Assoc. (http://www.ctsongs.com). His songwriting reference book "Songcrafters' Coloring Book" is an industry standard, in use on six continents (http://www.songcrafterscoloringbook.com). He is the director of the Connecticut Songwriting Academy.
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