Call to Brotherhood: Film Screening
Friday, September 22nd, 6 - 9pm
Join us for a special screening of the film "Call to Brotherhood" by Max Ribner & Ron Interpreter.
"Call to Brotherhood" is about rekindling the ancient tradition of men uniting together, and tells the story of 22 men from across the country who gathered for four days of ceremony in the Southwest. In the four days, the men learned how to look beyond themselves, discover lost parts of themselves, create an outlet to let go of anger, fear, rage, and find that vulnerability is their strongest power.
* Free Event
* Open to women, men, children, elders & all walks.
* Live music with members of Max Ribner Band
*Donation go to support the wellness efforts of the Sacred Brotherhood.
The Blues with Guy Davis
Friday, September 29th 7 - 10pm
Join us for an evening of soulful blues guitar and storytelling with internationally acclaimed artist and performer Guy Davis.
Called "The Ambassador of the Blues," Guy Davis is an American blues musician who takes his love of the art-form to all four corners of the globe.
Doors at 6:30
Tickets: $20 presale, $25 at the door
Learn more about Guy on his website: http://guydavis.com/
Made in America: American Musical Idioms Through the Early 1900s
Sunday, October 2nd, 2 - 4PM
The early history of American music is an eclectic quilt, a vibrant patchwork of colorful pieces grafted in from a wide variety of countries, cultures, and communities. Big Mouth Society and critically-acclaimed chamber music ensemble The Broken Consort bring this exquisite music from North, Central, and South America to you with thoughtful consideration of its history, and a deep appreciation of the people who shared this music from one heart to another.
Also, Portland Graces, a collection of visual artwork by award-winning artist Hami Suh, will be accompanying the concert.
Pre-concert music by The Curious Voices.
Free for members of Big Mouth Society, or $50 for general public.
Children under 16 admitted for free if accompanied by a ticket-holder.
Sacred Sound with Shanti Shivani
Saturday, OCTOBER 28th, 6 - 9pm
Shanti Shivani is is a singer/nada yogini/sound healer, internationally acclaimed seminar leader and recording artist. She is one of the few Western pioneers bringing the sacred traditions of Nada Yoga and Dhrupad, the most ancient style of Hindustani classical music, to the West.
Since 1981, Shanti has been the disciple of the premier family of the Dhrupad lineage, the Dagar family, who has been passing on the Dhrupad tradition for nineteen generations.
She has been teaching internationally since 1986 and performing Dhrupad and sacred music from various traditions (Hindu, Buddhist, Sufi, Gregorian etc.) as well as World Fusion music internationally in concert and at festivals such as the World Sacred Music Festival in Los Angeles since 1993. She has several albums to her credit and has been recording as a solo artist and in collaboration with many World Music artists since 1993.