Heart Of Mind Radio, 2/13/2021
On today’s Heart Of Mind, Radio for the NEW Millennium, host Kathryn Davis is joined by Enoe Aracely Brown, program Director of the Open Center in NY and artist/musician Keven Nathaniel to talk about our programs coming up via zoom at the center at OpenCenter.org.
A Series of evening concerts & dialogues celebrating the vast array of music from around the world – Produced by Keven Nathaniel. Fridays 7:30 PM – Feb 12 – March 5th https://www.opencenter.org/
And from Kathryn QIGONG SELF CARE – Feb 23 – March 16.
Free Introduction Feb 16.
Featured Music: Frog Dancing by David Anthony Clarck; Air and Angels by Lotus: After Dreaming by Wasis Diop
Host & Guests:
Enoe Aracely Brown, Program Director of the Open Center in New York, OpenCenter.org
Kevin Nathaniel Hylton, a Yale University graduate, as a Scholar in Fine Arts, is an artist, performer and multi-percussionist, who specializes in the ancient African mbira. He spent 16 years mastering the mbira as an apprentice to Zimbabwe’s mbira master, the late Ephrat Mujuru. Today Kevin has been dubbed, “The Johnny Appleseed of the Mbira” because he has taught tens of thousands of people around the world the art of mbira making and playing. He has composed music for Alice Walker for the film Beloved; and has performed at several institutions which include: Lincoln Center, Juilliard and Carnegie Hall; as well as working with renowned artists such as Oprah Winfrey, Jonathan Demme, Thomas Mapfumo, Miriam Makeba, Bobby McFerrin and Madonna. Kevin has also helped to create the “CAP” program of African Music for NYC schools at Symphony Space. He is also a founding member of several touring musical groups which include: Spirit Ensemble, Heritage O P, Forestdance, Kaleidhaphonic, Africa Meets India and Harmony Mbira. Kevin lives in NYC, his music can be found on Spotify, iTunes and other outlets.
Kathryn Davis, who has 29 years’ experience as a teacher of qigong and other meditation and energy healing systems (including: Reiki, EnergyFieldology™, Toltec shamanic healing and the Cherokee-based Sandlin Technique), is certified by the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine and has engaged in extensive study in both the U.S. and China. Her current qigong teaching repertoire includes the “Soaring Crane,” “Jade Body” and “Turtle Longevity” forms. Kathryn currently offers classes at Studio Maya in Brooklyn; is the author of the forthcoming book: Harness the Natural Rhythms of Life; and is the producer/host of Heart Of Mind, Radio for the New Millennium on WBAI/Pacifica Radio 99.5 FM in NY, wbai.org and the Progressive Radio Network, PRN.FM.
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