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Wednesday, April 4 • 11:00 - 12:00
Ethereal Explorations ~ Dance With Live Music

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Ethereal Explorations  – an evolution of sound for inner healing.
Slow-dance movement as an inner exploration with psycho-acoustic electrified improvisations by Jim Beckwith, with collaborating musicians.

It’s a mix of electronica & live instruments experience, a weaving of sound elements, textures & beats with the addition of FX-laden textures of guitar, vocals, flutes.

Move your body & internalize the massage of rich sonic textures made in the moment by a tuned-in group of improvisational experts guiding you on a journey of the mind and spirit. This journey can be done in blindfold (if you like) to enhance the internal experience. Bring a scarf as your blindfold if you’d like to try that.

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Jim Beckwith

USA, Melodic Vocal Hybrid Of Sanskrit & English
With a musical career of over 25 years, Jim Beckwith is a well-versed singer/songwriter in various genres of music, including Folk, World, Electronica, Yoga Music, Ballads and Kirtan, or devotional chant. Beckwith just released his 8th album, a chant and lyrical hybrid named “Be Love" - a collaboration of lush vocals and strings with veteran artist and composer, Hans Christian. More info on this project here: Jim Beckwith & Hans Christian Music Collaboration. Jim Beckwith is an accomplished musician and songwriter. His love of music and yoga has inspired him to focus on bringing live music    to yoga events and festivals around the world. Jim's music is soulful and evocative of healing and inner awakening. He mixes mantra chants and English    lyrics with a melodic and accessible tapestry of sound, exotic instrumentation and undulating rhythms. A compelling lyricist with a voice that soars    from high to low with the greatest of ease, Jim is a yogi and musician devoted to songs of the heart.For more information about Jim, see... Read More →

Wednesday April 4, 2018 11:00 - 12:00

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