What: Bliss of Being CD release concert, performed by vocalist Dielle Ciesco and group members on piano, flute, cello and crystal bowls.
Cymatics is the science of sound giving shape to form. It was developed by Hans Jerry, who would test the interactions of quartz sand with sine waves by placing the sand on a vibrating plate, then observing the complex geometric patterns that emerged with different frequencies.
“Everything in the universe is made of vibration,” says Ciesco. “People don't realize that we come from sound. We are vibrational beings, and sound is our true mother, unknown because she works invisibly, but [is] nonetheless powerful. The voice is our most powerful self-healing tool, because it allows us to purify our body and mind through vibration.”
The Pure Heart Ensemble, Ciesco explains, is a group of “musicians who each bring awareness that the spirit of music is playing us and our audience just as much if not more than we may play our instruments. We're really here to do so much more than entertain. Our service is to get out of our own way and allow music to envelop, heal, and lift up a crowd together into an experience of the divine.”
Where: The Whitehorse, 105 Montreat Road, Black Mountain
When: 8 p.m., Saturday, June 1
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