Song of the New Earth: Tom Kenyon & The Power of Sound - JULY 19th - 24th

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Song of the New Earth: Tom Kenyon & The Power of Sound - JULY 19th - 24th

Time: July 18, 2014 to July 24, 2014
Location: Varsity Theater
Street: 166 E Main St
City/Town: Ashland, Oregon USA
Website or Map: https://comingattractions.tst…
Phone: 206 849 2773
Event Type: film, screening
Organized By: Sophie Jane Mortimer
Latest Activity: Jul 16, 2014

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Event Description

An inspiring new documentary about one man's quest to unify modern science and ancient mysticism through the healing power of sound.

Coming to Varsity Theater, Ashland, OR
Friday 18th July - Thursday 24th July 2014

Four screenings each day

1.20pm  3.50pm  6.20pm  8.50pm 

About the film
From giant caves in the south of France, to the golden-chandeliered symphony halls of Vienna to the snowy mountain peaks of Tibet, we join Tom Kenyon’s quest to integrate modern science’s advances in sound research with the ancient mystic traditions of Tibetan Buddhism, Yoga, mystical Christianity, Shamanism, Egyptian alchemy and more. 

A visual and aural feast, Song of a New Earth provides viewers with a distinctive and intimate portrait of one man’s mission to not only heal ourselves but ultimately our precious planet earth. A transcendent, original and healing experience this unique film transports viewers through Kenyon’s rare, divine gift.

From an award winning production team including Ward Serrill (The Heart of the Game, Miramax), editor Eric Frith (Eden) and New York Times animator Drew Christie along with Producer Betsy Chasse, (co-producer for What the Bleep Do We Know!?). 

www.songofthenewearth.com

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