Cincinnati, OH, January 24, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Become a sonic activist for personal and planetary peace.
Attend a special sound and musical event in Cincinnati on Valentine's Day that features standout musicians and audience toning with Frieda Hughes. A Midwinter's Respite for Heart and Soul.
World Sound Healing Day in Cincinnati is a Sonic Valentine for the Earth intended to assist in personal and planetary transformation. It's also a fundraiser for the New Thought Unity Center of Cincinnati, considered one of greatest rooms for sound healing in the US.
Featured musicians are Ron Esposito, emcee/crystal bowls; Pat Kelly, keyboards; Billy Larkin, keyboards; Eugene Goss, vocals; Janice T. Sunflower, N. American flutes; Camille Saba Smith, vocals; John Rodgers, guitar/vocals; Baoku Moses, African drums; Daishon Woody, hand drums; Audrey Causilla, chanting/harmonium; David Lynch, sitar; Shari Lauter, violin; Deron Neblett, percussion; Kim Gerhold, rap artist; Rev. Frieda Hughes, vocal toning leader. Joan Vann is producer.
The concert is part of a worldwide event that drew hundreds of thousands worldwide last year for peace and planetary transformation through toning or sounding the heart chakra sound, AH. Events happened worldwide and in Cincinnati. World Sound Healing Day was by sound pioneer and Grammy finalist Jonathan Goldman. The global event continues to grow exponentially each year. (worldsoundhealingday.org). The 2011 Cincinnati World Sound Healing Day, part of the worldwide event, drew a large crowd that was energized by the music, toning and spontaneous dancing. And the sound AH.
Admission: $5 (Enriched donations welcomed.) Doors open at 5:30 PM.
Park in Unity lot on E. McMillan Street and adjacent Anthem BCBS lot.