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Solstice SoundBath 6/17


A transportive musical experience where you can close your eyes and drift into imagery, contemplation, and the energy of sound.

Naaz Hosseini: voice, violin, and movement
Peter Blum: singing bowls, gongs, tingshas, percussion

Peter Blum and Naaz Hosseini have been creating magical sonic events for years in yoga studios, yurts, churches, art galleries, and most recently, the United Nations. On Saturday, June 17, they will be joined by Ev Mann, percussionist extraordinaire.

Peter will bring his collection of 35+ Himalayan singing bowls, gongs, tingshas, drums, percussion and Naaz will bring her voice, violin, and sculptural movement to provide a dream-like environment for participants to experience healing, guidance and pleasure. The audience is invited to lie down or sit comfortably and “Let the music wash through you”.

A horizontal concert where you can close your eyes and drift into your own imagery and contemplation. Each SoundBath event is fresh – an exploration through vibration to synchronize heart and mind.

Optional: bring your favorite mat or cushion. Conventional seating is available for anyone who needs or prefers it.

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Naaz Hosseini is a master vocalist, violinist, dancer, psychotherapist, and voice empowerment coach.  As a multi-disciplinary performer she has appeared world-wide with the Meredith Monk Vocal Ensemble, Liz Lerman Dance Exchange, and the Laura Dean Dancers and Musicians at numerous venues worldwide, including Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center. As composer/performer, she collaborated with Pilobolus, the National Theatre of the Deaf, and Bridgman/Packer Dance. She has given voice attunement workshops at Kripalu, Omega, and the Open Center. Krishna Das has called her CD, SoundPath, “a music of beautiful meaning beyond concepts.”

Peter Blum, musician and hypnotherapist, creates a unique meditational environment using large gongs, bells, cymbals, tuning forks, and his collection of dozens of Himalayan singing bowls. Peter has studied music and sound healing with Dr. Karl Berger, Ustad Jamaluddin Bhartiya, Beautiful Painted Arrow (Joseph Rael), Pauline Oliveros, John Beaulieu, and Don Conreaux. He has given workshops and sound healing concerts at Omega Institute, Abode of the Message, Menla Mountain Retreat Center, The Graduate Institute, and yoga studios across America.

Evry Mann is a percussionist, composer and writer. He has played with Don Cherry, Ana Ruiz, Henry West, Tiny Desk Unit, Gasha Band, Bantu, Chakra City and OmU in a professional career that began in 1975. He founded and directs POOK, the Percussion Orchestra of Kingston and has been performing with David Hykes and the Harmonic Choir since 1993. Ev is the founder and executive director of the Center for Creative Education in Kingston, NY, a non-profit that provides arts education programs for children and youth ( and MaMA, a cultural center in Stone Ridge, NY ( Ev holds masters degrees in religious studies from McGill University and in music composition from Mills College.

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