Ancient Instruments & Future Light Art

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Ancient Instruments & Future Light Art

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A collaboration between Bhakti Gayaka Paul, Christine Moore, and Dorothy Tanner & Marc Billard of the Lumonics Light & Sound Gallery. Ancient Instruments The Concert of Ancient Instruments features Bhakti Gayaka Paul (Paul Conly)'s Gong Synergy, consisting of gongs, singing bowls, chimes, drums, and voice. The performance will invoke the Sound Current: a Resonant Field Journey to attune your form and spirit to induce a state of tranquility and mindfulness, and activate your healing energies. Gong Synergy takes place in the main performance space at Lumonics, a perfect setting that augments Paul's musical expression. The concert will be followed by movement/trance dance led by Christine Moore to the electronica music of Paul Conly. Future Light Art The evening will transition to an extended multi-sensory immersion that stimulates your creative juices. It utilizes the magical Tanner light sculptures, lasers, music, and abstract video projection by Tanner/Billard. In addition to activating your aesthetic and creative sensibilities, the experience promotes physical and emotional exuberance. About Lumonics: Dorothy Tanner and Mel Tanner are the co-founders of Lumonics. Since the passing of Mel Tanner in 1993, Dorothy and long-time associate Marc Billard have continued to expand and develop the Lumonics experience, creating public and private art installations, new light sculptures, electronic music, and video. The art work has been documented on public television and shown in galleries and museums from coast to coast. Barry Raphael and Barbara Ungar are also part of the crew. About Bhakti Gayaka Paul (Paul Conly) Bhakti Gayaka Paul is a vocalist and composer with over 40 years of experience in psycho-acoustics and studies in physics, social philosophy and psychology. His concerts are based on a lifetime of study and practice of music and audio vibrations. Paul Conly was formerly a recording artist for Capitol Records with the group Lothar and the Hand People before launching his career as a composer at Carnegie Hall with the New York Youth Symphony in 1971. He is an award-winning composer of over 200 film scores. About Christine Moore: Christine Moore will be leading the movement/dance after Bhakti Gayaka Paul's Ancient Instruments Concert. Christine is a Dance and Yoga Instructor at A Place to B Studio in Boulder and a Certified yoga instructor (Yoga Impact Training Programs) with an emphasis on under-served populations such as veterans, seniors, and the physically challenged. Christine's dance style is influenced by her background in hip hop and jazz as well as her training in belly dance that varies from traditional to tribal fusion. Her philosophy is that dance is an expression of all that which cannot be expressed with words. It brings people together where wolds fail, dissolving the language barriers. $20 advance tickets: $25 at door We look forward to seeing you!
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