Benefit Recital: A MUSICAL JOURNEY OF ALIGNMENT WITH SPIRIT with Janice Taylor & Lee Tomboulian

Benefit Recital: A MUSICAL JOURNEY OF ALIGNMENT WITH SPIRIT with Janice Taylor & Lee Tomboulian

May 06, 2018 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

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A.R.E. of New York Edgar Cayce Center, New York

Join us for this extraordinary one-hour vocal recital with Janice Taylor, mezzo-soprano, and Lee Tomboulian, pianist!

“Music is one of our most powerful gateways to connect to our spiritual nature. I will be setting the intention and hopefully creating a connection to the Divine to open a pathway for you to experience Oneness with Spirit, the Divine Feminine, and the Divine Masculine. Included will be beautiful “Ave Maria” songs that you probably have never heard by Russian, Spanish, and Polish composers; a powerful setting by Ravel of the Jewish prayer “Kaddish” sung in Hebrew and Aramaic; and inspired songs from Shakespeare’s time to today, including Jane Cross’s settings of sacred texts of mystics claimed by both Hindus and Sufi Muslims, dating back to the 8th century.” – Janice Taylor

Light refreshments will be served after the performance.

Listen to Janice Taylor singing La Mort d'Ophelie:

Tickets $33 each with our heart-felt gratitude to those who can donate more!

janice taylorJanice Taylor enjoyed an international and critically acclaimed career as an opera and concert singer. She performed regularly before royalty, heads of state, and foreign dignitaries in the cultural capitals of the world, with premier opera companies and symphony orchestras. Now retired, Janice says, “I choose music that provides a profound, personal resonance as a channel for a higher power. ”

lee tomboulianPianist/composer/educator, Lee Tomboulian, has performed on piano, accordion, and keyboards with many noted jazz artists. He leads the Weekly Reeders, Circo, and an eponymous sextet. He was a member of the world-famous University of North Texas One O’Clock Lab Band and is a founding member of the Brazilian and Uruguayan ensemble Circo. Lee teaches jazz improvisation, jazz small group performance practice, applied jazz piano, and more, and he is an Adjunct Professor at Long Island University-C.W. Post.

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