Bill’s unique approach uses music education to provide you and your team with tools to consistently perform with passion. He works with you and your team to tap into your power to trigger engagement and emotional relief using music.
self-care tool for everyone. Bill is committed
to serving his community through teaching
self-care using music to under-served
and at-risk audiences: people suffering from post-traumatic stress, traumatic blast injury and other combat issues not yet fully understood by science; the homeless;
chronic substance abusers; inmates in the justice system.
Your audience will be engaged, entertained, and enlightened.
“If you’re looking for a speaker at your next event, I cannot recommend Bill highly enough. As he describes himself, he is a man on a mission, namely, to raise awareness of the power of music as self care. Your audience will be engaged, entertained, and enlightened.”
Rodney J. Hatley, Esq. LL.M., Asset Protection Attorney March 12, 2015
To confront fear my of cancer treatment, I listened to Bill’s Serenity CD
I confronted my fear of cancer treatment radiation; initially with the Serenity Prayer and meditation. Then it dawned on me: I am seeking serenity. Bill gave me his Serenity CD. The radiation techs played it for me. While the beams radiated, the piano sedated. The power of music! I left Protzmann’s CD for future patients.
Doug Blackwood Episcopal Community Services, Friend to Friend Program May 7, 2015
Bill Protzmann is an amazing presenter!
“Bill is an amazing presenter. His speaking and training abilities are outmatched only by his passion for music and helping Veterans. I’m not sure why I like what he does, but his use of music for healing touches me on some deep level that I normally don’t allow to surface.”
Eric Darling Senior Human Resources NCO at 1-109th FA, Army National Guard March 12, 2015
I heartily endorse Bill Protzmann and his work!
“Bill’s love of music, passion for Veterans and boundless energy to do the right thing in every situation is to be admired. I heartily endorse him and his work.”
Gary Rossio. CEO Director VA Medical Center San Diego (Ret) March 12, 2015
Many thanks for your lively and thoughtful keynote address
Many thanks for your lively and thoughtful keynote address this morning at our Professional Growth Day. You were at once entertaining, inspiring, and thought-provoking. I confess I could sit and listen to you play the piano for hours, and so appreciate you sharing your gifts with us today.
Lesslie Keller Executive Director/CEO, Episcopal Community Services of California December 6, 2017
Bill Protzmann is a master at his ability to relate his music to recovery!
“Listening to Bill Protzmann pulls all of the positive things about living into place. He is a master at his ability to relate his music to recovery for everyone. His music and his words of wisdom touch and teach at the same time that recovery is truly a gift, just like his music.”
Robert J. Ackerman, PhD Internationally recognized authority and lecturer on addiction and recovery March 12, 2015
Bill is a great Mentor and cares greatly for his fellow people
“Bill is a great Mentor, and is open to new ideas, and cares greatly for his fellow people. He has been a great positive influence in my life. He believes in people, when they are having doubts in their self, which is what many people need, in order to succeed.”
James Hiott Chief Scientist/Engineer at Mad Scientist Alternative Energy Systems March 12, 2015