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World Sound Healing Day

Kyle Pope
7-9 p.m. , Friday February 15 | $10 Suggested Donation

 World Sound Healing Day - a sonic valentine for the earth - will be celebrated at Grace church. It'll be held in the sanctuary, where the great acoustics will enhance the sound. Connect with hundreds of thousands on the planet for the 11th Annual World Sound Healing Day, founded by sound pioneer Jonathan Goldman. Become a Sonic Co-Creator. Enjoy standout musicians, sound healers and audience toning "AH" for the heart. 


Featuring: Ron Esposito - Emcee, Crystal Bowls

Pat Kelly - Piano

Roxana Imam - Clarinet

Billy Larkin - Piano/Vocals 

Janice T. Sunflower - Native American Flute 

Audrey Causilla - Chant/Harmonium

Randy Brewer - Mandolin/Tabla/Vocals

Devin Brooks - Sound Engineer/Crystal Bowls

Baoku Moses - African Drums

John Rodger - Flute/Drums

Daishon Woody - Hand Drums 

Rev. Frieda Hughes - Vocal Toning. 


Doors Open at 6:30.



Where: Grace Episcopal Church
Phone: 513-375-1783
Address: 5501 Hamilton Ave., Cincinnati, OH.
Website: worldsoundhealingday.org

Grace Episcopal Church

5501 Hamilton Ave., Cincinnati, OH.
45224
 
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