Doors @ 6:45 pm
"SILENCE SINGS: Music from the Still Small Voice"
A performance of healing sounds, world chant and overtone singing, accompanied by Alchemy™ crystal singing bowls, harmonium, djembe, native drums, flute and more…with:
Kaasay Nancy Watters, luminous-tones.com
Anand David Embry Solest, BlueLotusMusic.org
Tanya Devine, on Australian Aboriginal ceremonial digeridu
Tickets $20, $15 for students and unwaged
Purchase at http://www.luminous-tones.com/sound-circles--other-events.html
Tickets also available at the door, space permitting.
$20 tickets are available by RSVP here.
About Nancy: Nancy is a gifted sound healer and enchanting vocalist. She is known internationally for her angelic chants that blend with the luminous sounds of Alchemy™ Quartz Crystal Bowls. Since 1996 Nancy has been studying with specialists from Aboriginal, Buddhist, Baha'i, Christian, Hindu, Jewish, and Sufi traditions. She weaves healing soundscapes that people describe as “otherworldly”. These mysterious, soul-stirring sounds help you shift into states of consciousness normally accomplished only through years of meditation.
⁃ "This sound elixir will shift your state of being"--PB
• "What a profound, beautiful heart opening experience!!! It was love in action." Norma, Feb. 9- Victoria Sound Circle
• "I feel nourished from root to crown! My heart is full. It is magical." Marilyn, Feb. 9--Victoria Sound Circle
About Anand: Anand (formerly known as David Embry) has traveled widely spending over 30 years musically gathering and collecting from many traditions. He brings together a unique blend of 'Unity Kirtan' chanting, beautiful flute and vocal improvisations, and a deep commitment to using music as a sacred healing art form.
⁃ I" had the sensations of being cradled in the very essence of sound; a truly glorious experience." Pania Witoko, New Zealand
⁃ "I felt your workshop was brilliant. You worked with everyone in a skilful and compassionate manner. It's been years since I've sung or done any "personal growth" work. It was wonderful to see the two come together. I want more!" Tom Oakley, Banyan Books Vancouver