A gestalt of the essential human qualities which, when well cultivated, creates happiness and peace.
Looking back, it’s clear that The Humanality Project began in Bill’s living room when he was about 14 years old. Struggling to make sense of a world that was telling him what to think and how to be, he had the great fortune to hear the Glenn Miller Orchestra. The music sparked such joy in him that he began dancing around the room.
Next came Artie Shaw, Tommy Dorsie, Count Basie, then Oscar Peterson and … man, these guys could swing! You can read Bill’s story here, but let’s just say he wholeheartedly agrees with Duke Ellington’s famous line It Don’t Mean a Thing if it Don’t Have that Swing.
And if you want to swing, you’d better get down with your creative spirit.
Creative music can cultivate your inner voice, stimulate your creative spirit, bring you happiness and peace. All by cultivating your humanality.
Bill’s worked for that happiness all his life; that’s what fuels his music and unique teaching approach. Seeing humanality as a missing piece today, he’s recording to share his experience.
By providing the tools to reach a person’s underlying spirit, or essence, Bill Rossi’s approach enables teachers to bring forth aspects of students’ being that truly humanize them.
Wander de C. Braga, MD, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist.