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they lighten the spirits of those who hear them and create community." Brian Potts sits beside his piano in the liv- ing room of his Weston home. "Music means a lot to me," he says, "it's my personal ther- apy." When not serving clients at Boston's Fiduciary Trust Company and being the world's best dad to two lovely daughters, he's active (with generous support from his employer) in the Social Innovation Forum, which brought Shelter Music to perform at Fiduciary Trust. "Holy Smoke!" says Potts. "I had tears in my eyes. They play for a forgot- ten audience." Like Dona Bolding, this spring Brian is planning an evening event in his lovely home featuring Shelter Music. "It will be a wonder- ful time," he says. "Giving back restores the soul." FIND OUT MORE! Visit Julie Levin and Shelter Music Boston at www.sheltermusicboston.org 147 s u m m e r 2 0 1 4 | W e l l e s l e y W e s t o n M a g a z i n e PETER GOLDEN writes about the communities west of Boston. Brian Potts P E T E R G O L D E N 142-147_WWMb14_good works_music_v2_WellesleyWeston Magzine 4/25/14 10:58 AM Page 147