“Music in the soul can be heard by the Universe.” —Lao-Tsu
It is in the stillness within where we can truly connect with the deepest part of ourselves and replenish our souls. Saturday evening’s contemplative concert weaves together the musical tranquility of the East Indian Sitar and Tanpura with the wonderful musical and vocal skills of Ann-Marie Boudreau, who invites you to be enfolded by music, not as entertainment, but as a medicine for the body and the soul.
Ann-Marie Boudreau, ARCT, is a trained classical concert pianist, sound therapist, multi-instrumentalist, improvisational vocalist, and Reiki Master, adept at performing on a wide range of exotic world instruments. She has inspired and worked with groups ranging from York University to the First Nations on Bella Bella Island, British Columbia, Canada, and as far away as the Families for Children orphanage in Coimbatore, India.
She is a faculty member of the Transformational Arts College in Toronto where she teaches their sound healing programs as well as sound experiences for the spiritual direction program. Ann-Marie brings her musical skills and compassionate work of service to the bedside in hospitals and palliative care facilities in support of individuals facing long-term and terminal illness.
This event is open to the public.