Attend the Sacred Lands Coffee House in the Greenhouse

Coffee House in the Greenhouse every third Friday at Sacred Lands.

Featured Act for Music and a Meal on Sept. 20th. 7PM
Teresa Arruza and Abasi Ote
Opening act: Clint and Tara McWilliams

Teresa Arruza - A self-taught instrumentalist who expresses the power of imagination and the passion for life thru her musical compositions.
She has been composing for about 17 years, for the last 4 years has been commissioned to do musical Soundscapes for Animal Rescue Sanctuaries such as Save the Chimps and The Center for Great Apes.
She performs regularly for weddings and special events on classical guitar and violin and continues her studies in those instruments and keyboard.

Abasi Ote - Known for playing world/folk music, is a multi instrumentalist that includes, didjeridu, tibetan singing bowls, frame drum, mouth bow, indian bansuri flute, african mibira, conk shell and other ethnic instruments. He is noted for his distinctive sounds that he creates on the aboriginal australian didjeridoo and for making and playing primal musical instruments from Africa and the Middle East such as the Outa (mouht bow) , Bull Roarer and Clappers .
He is a part of the artist in the school program with the Hillsborough Arts Council doing his presentation called "Resourceful Thinking" for the past 15 years traveling to the Schools in the area.
These two performing artist are doing a special collaboration after finding they have a similar approach in music and are presenting their first recording CD "Like Water".
Admission Donation: $10.00
food available for additional purchase.

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  • Elizabeth N.

    Always enjoyable. Abasi Ote and Teresa Aruzza were amazing! Hope to hear them again maybe on the Dolphin Stage.

    September 21, 2013

  • Doris A.

    People, food and music were all awesome!

    September 20, 2013

  • Doris A.

    Happy Friday! World Music Friday at Sacred Lands. Tonight's music with Teresa Azzura and Abasi Oti is truly multidimensional world music influenced by Teresa's Spanish heritage and Abasi's African/Native American indigenous roots. Give yourself a treat and join us in the Greenhouse. Clint and Tara McWilliams, long time friends open for Teresa and Abasi.

    September 20, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Will try... (70% prob)

    1 · September 20, 2013

  • Elizabeth N.

    If you have't heard these two amazing musicians then you will be in for a treat! - from Abasi's #1 fan!

    September 17, 2013

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