Sacred Holiday Music Concert in Nazareth – Christmas Eve


Christmas Eve – 20:00 – 24.12.09
Fauzi Azar Inn – Old City Nazareth

Join us for magical musical journey of heavenly song, sacred holiday music chants, ethereal harp and biblical percussion. This special holiday program illuminates the power of the voice, rhythm and harp as a natural healer such was used in ancient times.

Biblical frame drums are used to ground the body, sacred texts to soothe and relax the listener. In the ancient approach to music, the artist and audience are both actively involved in the musical experience.

This unique concert provides a genuine experience of holy music from the holy land.
Voices of Eden music has medically researched three times and found to lower blood pressure, heart rate, increase focus and quality of sleep.

Students of the Ancient Healing & Transformational Music course, based upon the research performed o

n this music, will participate in the concert as well.

Fauzi Azar Inn – Charming Guest House in the Ancient Quarter of Nazareth, which Mapa – the leading press has called, “the Dream Guest House”, “One of the Best Finds”, and “Simply Wonderful”…

Healing harpist, Sunita Staneslow and I have developed this healing music concert geared towards busy, overly stressed people wanting to reconnect to their inner calm and the sacred in life, while connecting intimately with their family as well. Watch this clip to get a feel for the program:

Price: 35 NIS. Limited Seating available. Reservations a must.
Directions: How to get to Fauzi Azar here. Tel: 054-4322352

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