Roberta Schultz, MA, BA and Rank I in Education, is a singer songwriter and poet from Wilder, KY. She performs regionally with critically acclaimed Raison D’Etre, a women’s harmony trio specializing in swing harmonies, cowboy anthems, and American music. Raison D’Etre has 9 recordings and one concert DVD to their credit. The group is featured in Kentucky’s Performing Arts Roster.
As a solo performer, Roberta is included on arts rosters in both Kentucky and Ohio. She is a Trained HealthRhythms Facilitator with over a decade’s experience leading wellness drum circles for seniors, veterans, recovery treatment centers, and schools.
Like an original “bard,” Roberta Schultz is both singer songwriter and poet. Her work has appeared in Pine Mountain Sand & Gravel, Still: the Journal, Motif, Kudzu, The Notebook and other anthologies. Her two chapbooks, Outposts on the Border of Longing(2014) and Songs from the Shaper’s Harp(2017) are published by Finishing Line Press. A new chapbook has been accepted for 2020.
I sing in the commons areas and at bedside by request.
A program of Arts in Healing, Cincinnati Arts Association
The Kohler Program is administered by Creative Aging Cincinnati.
I'll be playing some standards and originals at Good Sam Infusion Center.
Creative Aging partners with the Cincinnati Public Library system to present drum circles at Memory Cafe.
Drumming with A-1, a program of Arts in Healing Cincinnati Arts Association.
Drumming with the seniors at the recreation center. A program of Creative Aging Cincinnati.
I sing in the common areas and by request at bedside.
A second night of stories, poems, readings and songs of empowerment.
Stories, readings, poems, songs of empowerment.
I sing for the residents of the Gardens through the One-on-One music program administered by Creative Aging Cincinnati.
Drumming with the residents of A-1.
Drumming and consulting with the circle.
Singing for the infusion patients and their families.
Monthly musical visit made possible by the Kohler Foundation administered by Creative Aging Cincinnati.
Singing for the oncology patients and their families.