World Sound Healing Day in Cincinnati – February 15, 2013
Become a sonic co-creator for the Earth. Join with more than 1 Million people on the planet during
the 11th Annual World Sound Healing Day, founded by sound pioneer Jonathan Goldman. The local
event is Friday, Feb. 15, 2013, 7 PM, Grace Episcopal Church, 5501 Hamilton Ave., College Hill.
Standout Cincinnati musicians will perform. The audience will tone AH - a Sonic Valentine for the
Earth and for personal healing.
Cincinnati, OH, February 02, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Become a sonic co-creator for personal and planetary
peace. Send a Healing Sound to the planet with your voice.
Attend a special sound and musical event in Cincinnati that features standout musicians and audience
toning with Frieda Hughes. The event is a Sonic Valentine for the Earth that combines sound and
intention to generate peace, global and personal transformation. The synchronized waveforms of World
Sound Healing Day have been measured by the Global Consciousness Project at Princeton University.
Featured musicians are Ron Esposito, emcee/crystal bowls; Pat Kelly, piano; Billy Larkin, piano/vocals;
Roxana Imam (of Amrita), clarinet; Janice T. Sunflower, Native American flutes; Audrey Causilla,
chant/harmonium; Randy Brewer, mandolin/tabla/vocals; Devin Brooks, crystal & Tibetan bowls/sound
engineer; Baoku Moses, African drums; John Rodgers, flute/drums; Daishon Woody, hand drums; Rev.
Frieda Hughes, vocal toning. Audrey Causilla is producer.
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. 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). The 2012 Cincinnati World Sound Healing Day drew a large crowd
that was energized by the music, toning and spontaneous dancing. With the 2013 event in the great
acoustics of the Gothic-style Grace Episcopal Church, Cincinnati will do its part in joining the sound
wave of love and peace started on the day before.
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
Contact: Audrey Causilla, firstname.lastname@example.org 513.374.1783
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