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Resonating with the Divine
September 17, 2015 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
One of the highest purposes of Sacred Music is to awaken the Divine presence, or Holy Ghost, within us. This resonance of “God in us” leads to greater concentration, focus and productivity. Discipline and commitment can only take us so far—we need joy for optimal motivation.
We, as church musicians, offer congregations a sonic portal to their own experience of the Divine. When we deepen our perception of the Divine and infuse it into our music, listeners sense an invitation to relax into their own sacred experience. This is what makes Sacred Music performance truly sacred.
In this workshop we will use sacred music and meditation to:
- improve the blend, attunement, and inspiration
- expand awareness for greater vocal blend
- attune more closely to the inspiration of the composer and director
- deepen the inner experience of the Holy Ghost
Comments from recent workshops:
Essential viewing! A must for all performing artists! Michael Kleinschmidt, music director for St Mark’s Cathedral in Seattle
Brief, but full of things to take to heart and practice implementing in everyday practice and rehearsals. Arwen Myers, Music Associate, Trinity Episcopal Cathedral
This experience was eye-opening, given by someone who is living what he speaks. John Palmer, Choirmaster at Calvary Episcopal Church
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