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Bernice Lewis

Bernice Lewis is based in New England, and tours the country regularly. She was a Kerrville Folk Festival performer in 1994 and 1996, and had one of her songs featured on the Peter, Paul & Mary PBS Special. Bernice offers a contemporary songwriting course at Williams College, and teaches during the summer at the Omega Institute for Holistic Studies in Rhinebeck, NY. She has studied vocal improvisation with Bobby McFerrin, and guitar technique with Alex DeGrassi and Guy Van Duser. Originally from Boston, Lewis lived in the Southwest for seven years. Her career has also included hosting a weekly radio program.




Isle of Spirit

Isle Of Spirit offers a stunning range of material, from the rollicking opener "Soon As It Stops Raining" to the beautiful closing ballad "All The Time In The World." In between, Bernice Lewis takes the listener on a journey of spiritual and material struggle that includes the upbeat "Moses and Me," the spine-tingling "Isle Of Spirit," the a cappella "When The Rivers Had No Names," and the bittersweet "Clear Texas Morning."

"After listening to folksinger Bernice Lewis' new recording Isle of Spirit, you wonder why she's touring the country playing gigs like Road's End in Naperville IL, and not opening for Tracy Chapman at Paolo Soleri. Lewis' lake-clear voice and satisfying mix of heartfelt and humorous comositions make her worth hearing. Again and again." - David Steinberg, Albuquerque Journal

"Isle of Spirit is lush and well-paced ... Lewis and Rotheberg have done a magnificent job on this album. Well worth getting and keeping." - Sing Out