Welcome to JeffRaught.com. Website for actor, composer, pianist, and theatrical storyteller Jeff Raught. Hopefully the website will give you a little idea of who he is and what he does.
Feel free to contact Jeff if you’d like. You may use firstname.lastname@example.org or send an inquiry using the form. http://jeffraught.com/contact-jeff/ You can also listen to tracks from his CD for free here on the website or download them. If you’d like to learn about the stories behind the songs, there’s the link. Or you can just listen and imagine your own.
Thanks for visiting. I look forward to hearing from you.
Below are some kind words from people I have worked with:
“Jeff doesn’t play the piano, he has an intimate relationship with it.” Basically, I don’t sit still with my shoulders back and good proper posture. I lean into the chords and keys the way I lean into life. But there is also time to sustain, or to pause. After all, there are rests in music. And I love leaving space……” Ted Swartz
“Jeff’s ability to communicate not only through his speaking but through song is truly an awesome gift, and we are so blessed to have had Jeff come share that with us during our morning worship time. Many speakers have come to our church over the years, but none of them would have been able to sit down and sing you a funny song about Manna! If you’re looking for something new and refreshing, invite Jeff to come share with you for a time during your church service.” Mitch Racine (Pier Ministry, Reading PA)
“We were so pleased to work with Jeff in planning a Sunday School class retreat that was tailored to our group’s needs. Jeff has the unique ability to weave together his music talents, humorous stories, and personal experiences into dynamic presentations that not only evoke laughter but also bring a spiritual message. At our retreat, he led us in worship and reflection on God’s promises of love and faithfulness amid life’s challenges and struggles. Jeff’s leadership for our Sunday School class retreat exceeded our hopes for an enjoyable and meaningful time together.” Nancy Mast (Mellinger Mennonite Church)