Seattle, WA (PRWEB) October 5, 2004
Now in its third year, the Seattle Sacred Music Festival returns Friday, Nov. 5th and Saturday, Nov. 6th 2004 for a series of three concerts at the crossroads of religions and cultures, featuring artists from Hawaii to Nepal and points in between.
Hear SeattleÂs global drumming ensemble RHYTHM CHURCH; Himalayan flute player MANOSE in concert with the ANTON MIZERAK ENSEMBLE of Mt. Shasta, California: Sikh and Hawaiian Chanting from Kauai-based ANTION; African-American Gospel from the WITHERSPOON!!! quartet; and the BEST OF THE NORTHWEST NEW THOUGHT SOLOISTS, a special concert of soloists (many are also singer/songwriters) representing Unity and Religious Science congregations from Portland, Oregon to Vancouver, Canada.
All performances are at the Center for Spiritual Living, 5801 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105. Ticket go on sale Sept. 5 and prices are $15-$35. Complete Festival lineup and information available by calling 206/527-8801, 8500 or at the Festival website: http://www.sacredmusicfestival.com
The 2004 Seattle Sacred Music Festival line up is as follows:
Friday night, Nov. 5th 7:30pm-9:45pm
RHYTHM CHURCH Â world beat drumming ensemble
ANTION Â Hawaiian chant, hula and storytelling
Saturday afternoon, Nov. 6th 2:00pm-4:30pm
BEST OF THE NORTHWEST NEW THOUGHT SOLOISTS Â astounding vocal talent representing churches from Portland, Oregon to Vancouver, B.C. and jamming with the Center for Spiritual Living House Band.
Saturday evening, Nov. 6th 7:30pm-9:45pm
WITHERSPOON!!! Â contemporary African-American Gospel music from the four Witherspoon sisters
ANTION Â Sikh Chanting
ANTON MIZERAK ENSEMBLE with MANOSE Â Himalayan flute player Manose joins the internationally renowned sacred music ensemble led by tabla/keyboard player Anton Mizerak
About Center for Spiritual Living
Center for Spiritual Living (CSL) is a Religious Science Church in Seattle, Washington. CSL has been a spiritual community in Seattle since 1921. Our mission is to build a spiritual community that supports people in enhancing their relationship with Spirit, and experiencing greater good in their lives. We embrace people of all religious faiths and cultural backgrounds, a wide range of ages, and diverse lifestyle preferences. For more information, visit http://www.spiritualliving.org, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 206/527-8801.
For further information contact:
(206) 527-8801 ext. 260
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