Date: 31 Oct 2019
Details: 7.30 to 9.30pm
Location: Cambrian Centre, Richmond Upon Thames
Run by: Maria Soriano
Am amazing opportunity to gather for this critical day.
The “dark half of the year” starts after the harvest is completed and we will hear stories from the Celtic traditions and the middle ages, sing songs written for this day and participate in a shamanic drumming journey.
This occasion will be run by Rev Professor June Boyce-Tillman as a special guest, in tandem with Maria Soriano.
Rev Prof June Boyce-Tillman MBE, is a noted academic, composer and performer whose outstanding work in the field of music, spirituality and theology, and her concern for the role of women in the church, has won her worldwide admiration. Founder of the Hildegaard Network, she has lectured and published widely on aspects of interfaith dialogue, healing and reconciliation, and as Professor of Applied Music at the University of Winchester, has been an inspiration to several generations of students. June spent time in Canada visiting native American Shamans, from which she learnt shamanic jouneying and she will perform some of her drumming for us that night.
Dress for the occasion! Black and dark colours, anything your imagination takes you to. Bring an object to contribute to our ephemera art centre piece!