Cincinnati, OH, January 23, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- This Valentine's Day, attend a special sound and musical event in Cincinnati that features standout musicians and audience toning. The event is a Sonic Valentine for the Earth that combines sound and intention to generate peace, harmony, and global and personal transformation. The synchronized waveforms of World Sound Healing Day have been measured by the Global Consciousness Project at Princeton University.
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 universal non-denominational heart sound, AH. Events happened worldwide and in Cincinnati.
Featured musicians are Rob Dorsey, toning/percussion; Roxana Imam, clarinet; Janice T. Sunflower, Native American flutes; Audrey Causilla, chant/harmonium; Vivian Hurley, gong; Charmian Redwood, crystal bowls; Pia Al-Ubaidi, Native American Flute; and Mayan Ruins. Audrey Causilla is producer.
World Sound Healing Day was founded by sound pioneer and Grammy finalist Jonathan Goldman. The global event continues to grow exponentially each year. (worldsoundhealingday.org). In the great acoustics of the Gothic-style Grace Episcopal Church, Cincinnati World Sound Healing Day has drawn large crowds that were energized by the music, toning and spontaneous dancing.
Admission: $10 (Suggested love donation) Doors open at 6:30 PM.
Parking is available in the Grace Episcopal lot, on Belmont Ave., and across the street at the College Hill Recreation Center.
Contact: Audrey Causilla, email@example.com, 513.374.1783