12451 Jefferson Lane, Bonita Springs, Florida 34135
We will take a musical journey around the world with a treasure trove of unique instruments performed by World Flutist, Kat Epple and World percussionist, Nathan Dyke. The concert features music from their latest album, “Elemental Circuitry”, and is created on World Flutes, Australian Didgeridoo, Djembe drum, Berimbau, Ngoni African harp, Native American instruments, Bawu, and more. People of all ages will enjoy this interesting, sacred, meditative, and celebratory music performed by these extraordinary musicians in a beautiful, soothing natural setting. The Sanctuary is a 2 acre private property devoted to Spiritual pursuits. Meditations, Retreats and concerts.
$20 suggested admission charge
Bring chairs or mats and your own drinks.
Bring a dish to share and join us for a (optional) potluck dinner after the concert
Original live World Music by Kat Epple and Nathan Dyke (Anthropology Band), at the beautiful, historic Shangri-La Springs Great House. It will be an informal, intimate setting with relaxing music and Happy Hour! Organic wine, beer, herbal teas, and appetizers. Children welcome.
We will take a musical journey around the world with a treasure trove of unique instruments performed by World Flutist, Kat Epple and World percussionist, Nathan Dyke. The concert features World Flutes, Australian Didgeridoo, Djembe drum, Berimbau, Ngoni African harp, Native American instruments, Bawu, and more.
Another great option is that you can make a reservation for Organic Dinner Service in the adjacent Dining Room from 5 to 8pm Shangri La Springs is a magical place. You will love it! http://www.shangrilasprings.com
Kat Epple and DL Turner create enchanting, “celestial” music on flute and harp. This will be a rare opportunity to hear these two unique instrumentalists perform original compositions from their album titled, “Moonlight Garden”. This beautiful music features a variety of music styles including New Age, Rock, Ambient, Celtic, celestial, light jazz, Renaissance, and classical impressionistic.
Single Admission TIX: $20 Call Renee Bledsoe 239-560-6314 or email email@example.com to leave WILLCALL information Doors open: 5:30pm
at Shangri La Springs Art & Nature Night in downtown Bonita Springs, FL. Kat Epple and Nathan Dyke will be playing in the Octagon Building next to the long house. The evening will include art, wine, yoga, a beautiful historic/natural setting, and live music. There is always plenty of parking on nearby Front Street in downtown Bonita Springs, FL. Free admission.
Kat Epple will be playing a solo concert for “Art After Hours”
at the Baker Museum, Artis-Naples in Naples, Florida. She will be presenting “A Magic Carpet Ride Around the World with Flutes”
Oct 26 6PM-9PM. Free admission to the concert and art museum.
Peabody and Emmy Award-winning musician, composer, flutist, and storyteller, Kat Epple, will talk about, and perform an informal concert on indigenous flutes that she has collected from her extensive travels around the world. http://artisnaples.org/events/art-after-hours-102616
Kat Epple has released thirty-three albums of original music, and is one of the founding members of the legendary vintage synthesizer Space Music duo, “Emerald Web”. Kat Epple composes music for television, including “National Geographic” CNN, Travel Channel, Carl Sagan, and “PBS Nova”. She has performed in concerts around the world, in venues such as the Guggenheim Museums, United Nations, and London’s Union Chapel.
Wednesday June 8, 2016 at 7 PM at Bob Rauschenberg Gallery at FSW
Florida Southwestern State College/ 8099 College Pkwy SW, Fort Myers, FL
Dancer, Tamalyn Dallal, Flutist, Kat Epple, and Percussionist, Nathan Dyke, premiere their collaborative work of original dance and music. The music and dance takes the listener around the world and beyond with an unusual array of acoustic World instruments. An earthy, yet cosmic soundscape is created on World flutes, Australian Didgeridoo, Djembe drum, Ngoni African harp, Bawu, and Native American flutes.
Tickets – $10 suggested donation Chairs will be provided, but guests are welcome to bring mats to sit on the floor if preferred.
Tamalyn Dallal, has performed and/or taught dance in 41 countries, has written three books, produced two music CD’s of African music, was a guest choreographer for the 1995 Superbowl Halftime Show in Miami, Fl. crowned “Miss America of the Bellydance” in 1995, and currently films ethnological dance documentaries including: Zanzibar Dance, Trance and Devotion, “Ethiopia Dances for Joy”, “Pockets of Treasure”, Dance and more in America’s deep south is Ms. Dallal’s current project. http://www.tamalyndallal.com/
Peabody, Edward R Murrow, and Emmy Award-winning composer and flutist, Kat Epple, has released 33 music albums, composed film scores for National Geographic, Nova, Valentino Fashions, and has performed at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, United Nations, and Guggenheim Museums around the world. Kat is one of the founding members of the legendary vintage synthesizer Space Music duo, “Emerald Web”. She performs in concert, and also lectures about the power of music, and indigenous flutes which she has collected in her travels throughout the world. http://www.katepple.com/
Nathan Dyke is a multi-instrumentalist, specializing in percussion, didgeridoo, and Ngoni. He teaches drumming workshops, has recorded numerous CDs of original music, and practices energy-sound healing. Nathan resides in the mountains of North Carolina and often travels to perform in concert, and to facilitate sound healing workshops. He practices and studies native culture and ceremony.
Join us for a potluck dinner, celebration, and concert in a beautiful, natural setting.
Dinner starts at 6:00
Concert at 7:00 PM
Happehatchee Center, 8791 Corkscrew Rd., Estero, FL 33928
The music takes the listener around the world and beyond….from The “Legend of the Mermaid”, to a “Journey to Timbuktu” with an unusual array of acoustic World instruments. An earthy, yet cosmic soundscape is created on World flutes, Australian Didgeridoo, Djembe drum, Ngoni African harp, Bawu. They will be performing some of the music from their award-winning album, “Elemental Circuitry”. Photo by Kitty Wahlberg.
Happehatchee Center is a sanctuary for peace and healing.
Suggested donation $20
Tickets available at “the door”. http://happehatchee.org