Friday, March 22
Trust: A performance by JoAnne Spies and friends
Norman Rockwell Museum, Stockbridge, 2:30 p.m.   Free with museum admission. See for admission fees.

JoAnne Spies with guitar. Photo by Julie McCarthy

Trust is a collaborative and interactive performance created by JoAnne Spies, with songs and poems on the theme of trust, in a guided tour of the Rockwell Museum.

JoAnne Spies is a singer-songwriter whose recent works include Karaoke Confession at the Norman Rockwell Museum and Survivor Tree, sung at Ground Zero with Jane Goodall officiating. Spies heads the Art Cart program at CATA, co-creating songs with elders and people with Alzheimer’s. Her CDs include 2×3, Me & Melville, and North Avenue Honey. JoAnne “puts the purr in performance art.”—CD Nelson


JoAnne’s special guests will include:

Pooja Ru PremaMari AndrejcoBarbara and Graham DeanJan HutchinsonRodney MashiaEric ReinhardtNatalie Shiras, Nathan Smith and Teresa Thomasand maybe some surprise guests as well!

Read more about JoAnne’s first performance of “Trust” on her blog.