- Full Name: kevin kunzler
- Location: Fulford Hall
- Phone: email
- Expires: 22 days, 21 hours
Dec 9th 1030am-1230 Fulford Hall
The best time to dance is Sunday morning! This week’s special guest DJ Rara Avis provides a musical platform that is perfect to move your body and soul!
Rara Avis: Global Music Pioneer
Rara Avis (Latin for rare bird), born Alex King-Harris, is CEO/Co-Founder of YogiTunes.com and a leader in sound healing and transformational music experiences. His immersive sonic environments incorporate a multi-instrumental, omni-cultural approach, mixing pre-produced original studio music with live electronic elements. Flute, guitar, didgeridoo, harmonic overtone singing, improvised prayers and DJ techniques are layered together to create the backdrop for a mindful and embodied experience – inspiring ecstatic journeys in venues as intimate as a yoga studio and as sprawling as a festival setting.
He is a visiting instructor at the California Institute for Integral Studies, Sound Healing Program, and his career highlights include a nomination for the New York Critic’s Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Musical Score, and performing live at Sting’s 50th Birthday! His music is used all over the world for such diverse human experiences as being born, making love, practicing yoga, meditating, dying, rites of passage, relaxation, and pure musical enjoyment.
Rara’s influences include blues, psychedelic rock, jazz, funk, African, Middle Eastern and East Indian music, and a wide range of electronic dance music. Playing with Desert Dwellers, Shamans Dream and Liquid Bloom laid the foundation for his current solo work on Six Degrees Records.
“Your sets touch my heart in ways that are deep and profound… Your vulnerability and deep sharing creates and holds a safe place that inspires up to go deeper into our hearts.”
– Cindy Thompson
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