Margie Hauser Collaborates On Music Projects With Various Artists

Margie Hauser has collaborated with multiple artists on music projects and is looking for others to collaborate with. A recent “Walk This Way” project was created on August 24th, 2017. The project aims to encourage people to explore their circle of influence and realize how much they have in common despite differences in experience, geography, culture, and gender. This project aims to create a new standard by celebrating our similarities while not overlooking our differences.

Margie shared that there is a big difference between “Meetings” and “Conversations.” Meetings allow two or more people to discuss an issue from different sides. Conversations are focused on building a relationship by sharing each other’s stories and experiences. She shared that one way to create relationships is through music. For example, to have an audience with our values and beliefs, we have to have stories to share with others so they can see our point of view while sharing their own stories.

Hauser has collaborated with several professional musicians for music projects and is looking for others to collaborate with. Some of the music projects that Margie Hauser has collaborated with have been “I Will Survive” featuring Dena Depler and “How Far I’ll Go” featuring Lin-Manuel Miranda. This project aims to create a new standard by celebrating our similarities while not overlooking our differences.

Margie Hauser has achieved many awards and recognition for her work. In addition, she has received recognition from the Hawaii State Legislature for her efforts in education reform. Additionally, she received the Distinguished Alumna Award from her alma mater, Dickinson College, for her achievements in music. The world’s largest new music producers have entered into agreements with Margie Hauser. Margie Hauser was awarded The Presidential Award from President George W. Bush after she received a letter from the president and a phone call from the White House (she posted it on Facebook).

Margie Hauser’s collaboration was a fantastic experience because it broadened my understanding of the world. Much research was involved in presenting a compelling argument, which led to the creation of multiple options for action. This experience has helped me better understand how we are all connected on a deeper level.