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Heartbeat- Where The Great Mystery Begins



An Extraordinary Journey of Music and Dance

Held Saturday, June 18, 2011 at 7:30PMThe Palladium Theater, Hough Concert Hall ~ St. Petersburg, Florida
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The revered and omnipresent principles of life reside in our heart, the core of our being. If we learn to listen from within we will discover that life, the Great Mother, is speaking to us revealing the secrets of the life we all desire; thus the “heartbeat” of our existence.

On June 18, 2011, you are invited to join this blissful journey with the fictional, American goddess Aiyana. Ascend and be enlightened as ancient myth and personal transformation is portrayed through dancers, vocalists and musicians evoking the presence of goddesses Aphrodite, Isis and Hecate, who will inspire and guide Aiyana on her journey.  Aiyana’s awakening is a reminder to all of us that life on earth is a gift to be celebrated.

The mystery of the celestial feminine will be revealed in self-discovery as Aiyana, not distant in heaven, but present in every woman, only requires our acknowledgment.  On this adventure of the heart you will be entertained with music and dance performed by some of the best and brightest talent.  

 

Your Evening Host- Michelle Phillips

A special thanks to our media Sponsor
Transformation Magazine

 

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Produced and Directed by Jean Harper
A Ms. Harpoon Production for Moxy Women 

Starring- Vocalist, Rossana Spallino as Aiyana

Photo Above by Gabrielle Photography
Makeup by Mimi Same

 

Michelle Phillips- Mistress of Ceremonies

Michelle Phillips is a TV personality, author, and motivational speaker, she combines her broad range of life experiences and natural warmth for a strength and esteem make-over of the "Mind, Beauty, and Spirit"©. Michelle began her career as a celebrity stylist and make-up artist. Through hard work and determination she eventually went on to work with major networks and stars of film, TV, and music such as: NBC, CBS, ABC, CNN, Katie Couric, Deborah Norville, Colbie Caillat, Jeff Foxworthy, Doris Roberts, and more. Eventually Michelle moved in front of the camera, hosting beauty and style segments on Tampa Bay's 10, and just a few years later, her comfort in front of the camera and innate ability to connect with viewers saw her cast as host of the station’s new morning talk show “Studio 10”. Since then she has gone on to become a well-known television personality, making appearances on local and national TV shows such as “The Daily Buzz”, HSN, TLC, and HGTV. In addition to her work on TV, Michelle's passion is working to empower people to rise above their challenges and live their dreams. Her work with nonprofit groups inspired her to create segments for Studio 10 called, “Courage & Grace©”.  Michelle has recently launched her new radio show with Hay House titled- The Beauty Blueprint.

Also Featured:
Rebecca Zapen
- Violinist and Vocals
Joseph Zampach- Flautist & Sage
Jennifer Real- Vocalist & goddess Gaia
Chantelle Ashby Misera- Vocalist
Gail Trippsmith- Musician and Vocalist
Lois Greco- Musician & Vocalist
Leslie Kille- Musician & Vocalist- Music Director
Linda Wallis- Musician- Drums
Lynn Curtin & Marilyn Wilson- Blondes Drum 2- Musicians and Vocalists

Vladislav Markov- Vocalist
Evelyn Tosi- Choreography & Dance as 
the goddess Hecate
Najmah Nour- Choreography & Dance as
the goddess Isis
Mystika- Choreography & Dance as
the goddess Aphrodite
Eluv Zotos- Musician & Special Performance
Jim Talbot- Drummer
Rose Stauffer- Choreography & Dance
as the Messenger- Background Vocals  
Jane Talbot- Background Vocals
Lori Bushey & Corinne Clynes - Yoga Dancers
Jennifer Devlin- Make-up Artist
Donald Dizio- Master Hair Design
Melissa Harris- Stage Director
Jean Harper- Producer and Director

 

 
Rebecca Zapen- Musician and Vocalist

Rebecca Zapen is a classically-trained violinist and versatile musician.  A few highlights of her career include appearances as jazz vocalist with the Hollywood Philharmonic Orchestra, and as the mandolin soloist in Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra's production of Mozart's opera Don Giovanni. She is an award-winning composer, earning the Silver Medal of Excellence. Rebecca's voice can be heard on national commercials and her music has been featured on NPR's All Songs Considered: Open Mic. Past performances include Florida Folk Fest, Gamble Rogers Fest, Jacksonville Jazz Fest, and venues such as Hotel Cafe (L.A.), The Bitter End (NYC), and Paganini Auditorium (Italy).  Rebecca's "dreamy, ethereal vocals swoon and sweep atop sublime melodies and infectiously charming lyrics, instantly hypnotic and effortlessly charming" (Subba-Cultcha UK).

 

 
Rossana Spallino- Starring as goddess Aiyana

Rossana Spallino is a native of Sicily, born in Bivona, province of Agrigento.  Rossana began formally singing at age 13 when she was chosen to perform solos in the musicals “Caino e Abele,” and “La Barunissa di Carini.” Both musicals toured throughout Sicily and Rossana made her television debut when "Caino e Abele" was aired on the Italian television network RAI- Radio Audizioni Italiane.  She was nurtured by her parents’ love of music and talent is a thread woven into her family.  Rosanna delivers her songs with stunning clarity and a glow of dreamy sophistication that draws the listener in sometimes echoing and soaring. After moving to the U.S. several years ago, Rossana took some time off to start a family, but is now sharing her gift of music once again.  Rossana’s voice in the song “Before the Night Ends” in Heartbeat leads us forward, guided by the gentle sparkling light from the harp, into the far-ahead light of the goddess that she portrays. She will mesmerize viewers as she is as beautiful as her amazing voice and has the inner beauty as one would expect of a goddess.

Photo Above by Gabrielle Photography
Makeup by Mimi Same 

 
Jennifer Realmuto (Jennifer Real)- Starring as Gaia

Jennifer Real is a gifted contemporary vocalist. With no formal training she effortlessly performs as a 4 octave vocalist. Music has been a part of Jennifer's life since childhood. Born into an Italian family of singers and musicians, Jennifer grew up watching her father perform pure opera libretto in the living room of their home in Yonkers, NY. Her influence began with intense exposure to operatic artists such as Luciano Pavarotti and Placido Domingo. At an early age she started singing and now brilliantly performs all types of music including world music, spiritual, pop, dance, blues, R&B, jazz and even gospel style genres. When she sings each breath from her lips finds its place in the perfect, quietly heartrending whole of the song.


Chantelle Ashby Misera- Vocalist

Canadian born Chantelle Ashby Misera began singing professionally at the age of eleven. Chantelle's first single was completed by age 12 and at 16 she was offered her first record deal with the country label Blue Ridge Records. She recorded her first CD single, I Didn’t Fall In Love, which was released to country radio, internationally. The single quickly reached top ten status in numerous European and Australian markets. By the time Chantelle was 20 she had already won several talent shows and opened for stars; Alan Jackson, Reba Macintyre, Joe Nichols and others. During that time, she was also writing and recording songs with Sky Z Limit Records and was nominated for Best New Artist Of The Year in Kelowna, B.C.

 

 
Leslie Kille- Vocals, Musician, Music Director

Leslie Kille is a gifted musician, vocalist, recording artist and songwriter. Leslie has been involved with music since childhood and has a passion for all types of music. Leslie recently migrated to Florida from the Savannah area blending her talents in downtown jazz clubs, wineries and private clubs. She has recorded four album projects – Storm, Moving Closer, Loosely Sane, Angel Sky and currently is working on a new CD. In addition to her long and successful musical career, Leslie is also a successful licensed clinical social worker and virtual college professor for advanced, doctorate level studies.  Leslie's vocals are often compared to those of Diana Krall and her original music unearths emotion for her fans and listener's with interesting and revealing lyrics delivered with her velvety smooth voice. Leslie performs all around the Tampa Bay area in several venues and private functions.

 

 
Vladislav Markov- Vocalist

Vladislav Markov is a native of Moscow, Russia, where he received his musical education in choral conducting and singing from Sveshnikov’s Moscow Choral Academy and Moscow State Conservatorium named after Tchaikovsky. From the age of  seven Vladislav began performing with famous Russian and European orchestras participating in various academic, symphonic and chamber choral ensembles.  Moving to the U.S. in 1992 Vladislav became music director at Holy Trinity Church in Brooklyn, NY and performed with the choral group “Eterna Muzica” at various concert venues including Carnegie Hall and Trinity Church in New York City. Vladislov moved to the Tampa Bay area in 1995 and sings Bass in Master Chorale of Tampa Bay as well as Dr. Zielinski professional choir “Richard Zielinski Singers”. In 2009 and 2010 Vladislav was invited to participate in Classical Music Festival in Eisenstaedt, Austria, performing such works as “Die sieben letzten worte unseres Erlosers am Kreuze” by Haydn and Mozart’s “Requiem”. Future engagements include Count Ceprano cover in Verdi’s “Rigoletto” with Saint Petersburg Opera as well as Beethoven’s 9th and Schoenberg’s “Friede auf Erden” with The Florida Orchestra

 

 
Najmah Nour- Dancer as the goddess Isis

Najmah Nour is a Middle Eastern Dancer and teacher who has training in Modern, Flamenco, and Turkish Gypsy dances. She loves all styles of dance and believes having different dance training helps expand each dancer's development of individual style. Najmah has been featured on the Today Show, CNN, R U the Girl Reality Show, Y.O.U. music video, and Busch Gardens Tampa as a Snake Charmer. Najmah is also the co-founder of Unveiled World Dance Productions, a non-profit production that helps bring awareness of different cultures from around the world through music and dance. In 2003 UWD introduced their first ever production Revolution Unveiled; World Dance for the Women of Afghanistan. Other performance highlights include: Oojami Band: Atlanta, CNN: Atlanta, the Today Show: New York, Busch Gardens: Tampa, Civil Right Activist Andrew Young, Performer Bruce Hornsby and President Jimmy Carter. Najmah is also working on a new project with two other professional dancers (Daniela and Omaris) titled "The Passion Project"-New Visions of an Old Art Form.  The project is a unique fusion of bellydance, modern flamenco, tribal, hip-hop, theater and contemporary dance. Najmah is best described as a beautiful goddess, mesmorizing audiences with her mastery of dance, stunning costumes, open and warm spirit and distinct poise.

 
Evelyn Tosi- Dancer as the goddess, Hecate

Evelyn Tosi is a professional dancer who has transformed herself from a chorus "show girl" to a solo dance artist. She has developed a personal style infused with modern, jazz, ballet, burlesque and a hint of belly dance and Qigong. Recently she has developed a passion for dancing with fire (whip, fans, palms) and her weighted silk veils.  Evelyn's career as a dancer and instructor allowed her to travel internationally to perform in a variety of venues from dinner theaters to the "Silver Screen". One of the highlights of her career was living and dancing for 5 1/2 years on the south pacific island of Guam where she was an opening cast member in a Las Vegas Style review "American Glitz".  Evelyn was a principle dancer in the movies "Grease 2" and "A Chorus Line". Other live shows include dancing in "An Evening At La Cage" at Bally's Park Place in Atlantic City, touring Japan with the "L.A. Knockers" and pre- Broadway in "Street Heat". Evelyn began dancing as a young child at Caravan School of Dance, in Lancaster, CA. She attended college as a dance major at Long Beach State, CA and moved on to be a theater major at L.A. State while on a two term dance scholarship at "Dupree Dance Academy" in Hollywood, CA. She has taught for the New York State Summer School of The Arts, Douglas Wassel School of Theater Dance, NYC, Holmes-Saunders Dance Studio, Baltimore, The Workout Studio, Tokyo, Steps School of Dance, Clearwater, Fl. and several others. Having taught dance throughout her career presently Evelyn is teaching, choreographing, directing and performing with Hip Expressions Dance Studio, St. Petersburg, Florida.

 

 
Rose Stauffer- Dancer "The Messenger"

Rose Stauffer started taking modern dance and ballet classes when she was 18, and unexpectedly found her artistic home in the art of movement.  After a Mennonite missionary upbringing in Asia, Rose left for college and spent her early adulthood discovering and pursuing the performing arts and her own inner child.   She has remained a student of dance through her adult years, taking ballet, modern, and contemporary dance.  Rose has choreographed and performed interpretive movement and dance for wedding ceremonies, church services, workshops and other public events.  She choreographed a college production of Godspell, and assisted in the production of many dance concerts and musical theatre while raising her daughter in Virginia.   She taught beginning ballet classes for 3 years to adolescents and adults at a private studio.  Rose is also an accomplished singer and actress of the stage and adds these skills to her performance.  The study of Tai chi, yoga and Qi gong adds a deeper reflective and contemplative nature to Rose's movement. She is currently a Nia dance student at the Rubin Studio in St. Petersburg.

 


Mystika- Starring as the goddess Aphrodite

Mystika is a professional Middle Eastern Dance artist performing in venues throughout Florida. She has studied with many masters of the dance and taught for several years with the Broward County school board. Mystika discovered dance while undergoing a deep personal transformation following years of abusive personal relationships. She not only found healing through dance but also discovered a new way of life with her newly found expression. Mystika has remained steadfast in sharing her love and life with others through her personal interpretation of dance. For her  dancing is an art form as well as a spiritual experience. Mystika is a master of her art, technique and naturally developed her own unique style. She studied under Leela and Maja and has attended numerous workshops including: Amar Gamal, Ansuya, Sharon Kihara, Rachel Brice, Suhaila Salimpour, Myra Krien, Queen Harish, Dawn of Georgia, Sera & Solstice, Virginia, Arishlam, Solace, and others. Her style can best be described as vivacious, sensual, earthy and captivating.

Gale Trippsmith- Musician & Vocalist

Gale Trippsmith offers a compelling style including a smoky rich voice and heartfelt original lyrics in her music .Gale's  talent and experience in the music business has made her one of the most popular solo artists in the Southeastern United States and Scotland. “Gale offers the kind of dreaminess that’s soothing to hear, and that one wakens from reluctantly.” -Murray Fisher from the All Music Guide.  Gale has performed everywhere from coffee houses, hotels and pubs, to opening for acts like Leon Russell , Al Stewart , Pat Benetar and Leon Redbone.  Gale is a talented balladeer whose lyrics merit as much attention as her instrumentals and vocals. Her delightful songs are likely to turn casual listeners into fans while her love of music is extremely contagious.  Her latest CD is set to be released in 2011.

 

 
Lois Greco- Musician & Vocalist

Lois Greco is an award winning singer, songwriter, guitarist, actress and recording artist whose acting credits include the lead role in "Grease" on Broadway and roles on "Days Of Our Lives" and "General Hospital". She has written and sung for TV and feature films which have aired on HBO, Showtime and Cinemax. Her powerfully soulful & sultry vocals are captivating audiences everywhere and have earned her, the "Outstanding Female Singer" award in the "Blues" World.  Get ready for her to Rock "Your" World!!!

 

Blondes Drum 2- Marilyn Wilson & Lynn Curtin-
Musicians and Vocalists

Blondes Drum 2 is a musical duo combining high energy, passion and heartfelt love for life and community. Lynn Curtin and Marilyn Wilson of Blondes Drum 2 create, facilitate and perform for a variety of women’s empowerment workshops, celebratory events, musical performances, and recreational drum circles around the Jacksonville Florida’s First Coast Community. Their first CD - Cut, Colored, & Styled was released in 2010. Lynn spent many years traveling across the United States singing and playing guitar. She is a prolific songwriter and continues to perform her original music. With an array of tunes at her disposal and an ability to go anywhere at any time and make it sound organic and engaging, Lynn lets her guitar playing soar and come alive. Marilyn is a natural rhythm and percussion performer and uses the cultural flavors of early world travel to spice up the beat. The addition of a variety of hand-drumming is an extension of Marilyn's talent and is woven into their act as Blondes Drum 2. Blondes Drum 2 can get your head banging with a furious solo, or stir your heart with a simple melody.

 

Elise Zotos (Eluv)- Musician- Calling & Celebration of the goddesses

Elise Zotos (aka Eluv) is a recording artist, musician, radio personality and Qi Gong practitioner, Eluv was born and educated in Melbourne, Australia however her eclectic musical taste and style has been greatly influenced by her Egyptian, Greek, and French heritage. After graduating from college, Eluv worked as a freelance model, and chorus member for the Victorian Opera Company. In New York, Eluv performed as a cast member regularly on “Saturday Night Live”. She creates beautiful inspirational music, guided meditations and visualizations for Spa, Yoga, Reiki, Meditation, Sound Healing, Commercials and Film. Eluv's recordings are featured on the Monroe Institutes's “Hemi-Sync” label. Eluv also produces a weekly radio show called “Ultrasounds” on WMNF 88.5 FM Tampa, featuring exotic world music and live interviews on health and spirituality. Her background features multiple art modalities, with the focus on composing music, live music performance, singing, voice overs and music production. She is a featured guest speaker and performs live “Sound Healing Journeys” & live music conferences and events worldwide.

Sue Carole DeVale- Harpist

Dr. Sue Carole DeVale is a professional performer of modern and historical harps, and an ethnomusicologist.  She received her Ph.D. in Music from Northwestern University.  She has performed with the Chicago Symphony, both at Orchestra Hall and at Carnegie Hall, New York, under the batons of Georg Solti, James Levine, and Jean Martinon.  For eight years, DeVale was Stage Solo Harpist for the Lyric Opera of Chicago, performing solo with illustrious stars such as Placido Domingo and Marilyn Horne.  She has performed in concerts, on tours, and in musical theater with Henry Mancini and Andy Williams, Michel LeGrand, Frank Sinatra, Pearl Bailey, Perry Como, Sammy Davis, Jr., Carol Channing and others. DeVale has been harpist for hundreds of commercials and sound tracks, recorded with greats such as Dionne Warwick and Curtis Mayfield, and played for films ranging from Superfly to Shrek and Shrek 2. Dr. DeVale is a specialist in the harp traditions of the world, especially the 150 African traditions, and Indonesian gamelan orchestra traditions.   

Joseph Zampach- Solo Flute Performer- the Sage

Joseph Zambach is an internationally, sought-after flautist. He wasn’t born an Indian but the Indian spirit was born within him. When you meet this kind and gentle man and hear the music of his flute, you will hear the emotion of a man’s soul and be moved to a place where you can perhaps identify the same spirit that dwells within yourself. Joseph began playing the flute approximately 15 years ago after losing both parents within 90 days of each other. He was taken to an Indian funeral ceremony and when he heard the songs played, the music reached deep into his soul. When the flute was placed to his lips and the first breath was released, a beautiful sound emanated that now has been heard by thousands of people all over the world. In addition to playing the flute, Joseph also builds them.  The Northern Tsalagi (Cherokee) Nation of North Carolina has adopted Joseph and his custom designed and crafted Red Cedar Wood flutes have been gifted to Indian Chiefs, famous athletes, recording artists, and men and women living in Germany, Poland, Australia, England and all over America.  He knows exactly how many flutes he has made as each is numbered and signed for each individual.  Joseph receives fan mail from all over the world about his music and his flutes.  He has several CDs available but chooses not to have a website.  In his words, “those who need to find me will find me.” He goes simply by “Joseph Z”.  He leaves the selling of his music to others.

 

 

 

Yoga Dancer- Corinne Clynes

Corinne Clynes has been practicing yoga for the past several years including Ashtanga, Kundalini, Hatha, Vinyasa flow and Hot Yoga. She studied with Ally Ford at Anala Yoga and is now a Registered Yoga Instructor. Corinne is also a Registered Nurse and teaches a class for cancer patients in conjunction with White Orchid Yoga and the Baycare Health System. She also teaches a beginner’s yoga class, hot yoga and a modified Ashtanga class. Corinne was also a competitive dancer and gymnast.   

 

Yoga Dancer- Lori Bushey

Lori Bushey had been practicing yoga for the past several years including Ashtanga, Kundalini, Hatha, Vinyasa flow and Hot Yoga. She studied with Ally Ford at Anala Yoga and is now a Registered Yoga Instructor. In addition, Lori Bushéy is an English instructor and teaches yoga at Hot Yoga Largo, Clearwater Fitness, Ashtanga-based Sunset Yoga on Indian Rocks Beach, and private and group classes. Lori has a former background in gymnastics. Each Yogini believes in the positive benefits of the practice of yoga. If you ask them “What is yoga?” their response will be, in the words of Rodney Yee, “Yoga is poetry of the body.”

Linda Wallis- Musician- Drums and Percussions

Linda Wallis began her studies and journey of the drum at age eleven. Her journey of involvement in the arts began in St. Louis Missouri where she studied classical and jazz percussion.  Her focus is on the trap set however she enjoys playing all styles of music and is versed in blues, jazz, swing, rock, funk, and country. She has studied with drummers such as Kenny Aronoff and Greg Bisonette and jazz artist greats including the Woody Herman Band. Linda grew up playing the club circuit in St. Louis and eventually worked under the management of Contemporary Productions for a few years. Linda is founder of Rhythm Roads LLC and buys and sells percussion instruments in conjunction with Drum Headquarters Inc of St.Louis Missouri. Her passion for writing original music and laying down the foundation for tracks is her favorite form of musical expression. As a session musician she worked with Kim Carnes, Peter Mayer and other terrific musicians and artists. Linda has degrees in Liberal Arts, Electronic Engineering, and Business Administration. She has a career in the world of cellular analysis, but music is her passion and she is most grateful to have the gift of music.

Jim Talbot- Drummer

Classically trained singer, acclaimed musician and performer and multi-talented group process facilitator, Jimbo Talbot creates interactive programs that open hearts, facilitate healing, ignite passion and activate spirit.  Regular appearances include Unity Church Communities of Saint Petersburg, Hearts On Fire and Spiritual Insights firewalks and gatherings, the Temple for Love and Healing and Foundation for Dream Oaks. Whether facilitating outdoor play, leading drum circles or conducting interactive performance, he channels the mantra Lokah Samastha Sukino Bhavantu (May All Beings Be Happy and Free) through open-heart connections, inviting everyone to play and look inward to discover and radiate all the beauty inside them. In founding and directing DrumQuest, he is able to expand his vision of creating authentic communities bourn of rhythm to effect peace and healing on Planet Earth.  A trained health rhythms facilitator, he conducts performances, meditations and rhythmic workshops for all ages and needs including spiritual celebration and play, creative play for gifted individuals, therapeutic communities, as well as spontaneous interactive performance groups.  Most exciting are his recent explorations in collaborating with intentional groups to discover and express the feminine divine and is working with local sponsors to bring about 11:11: Foundational Drumming To Radiate Peace and Healing for The Planet.

 

Special Guest Performance by Terez Hartmann
Performing her new song- "Passion"
for our Preview of the UpComing Moxy Event
Hootchie Couche'- Oui, Oui Ce Soir!
A different kind of burlesque show...

 

J.A.N.E.-(Join A New Evolution) 
Front & Center  Deb Katilus
Second row (left) Sallyeanne Dalton, (right) Marte Clark
Back Row (left to right) Rose Nicholas, Mary Jo, Cyndy Bailey, Mary Elizabeth

J.A.N.E. (Join A New Evolution) is an all-female percussion group that shares the creative, spiritual magic of women drumming together. Using a wide array of drums, multi-cultural instruments, flutes and creative voices, the women create transcending music through the strength of their divine feminine spirit.  They are both powerful and graceful, with pieces ranging from get-up-and-dance tribal beats to calming meditations.  Community oriented and multi-cultural, J.A.N.E. celebrates the diversity of the world through their unique music style. They have played to enthusiastic crowds at Churches, Restaurants, Night Clubs, Haflas, Community Centers and several private venues throughout the County.  J.A.N.E will make your “Heart – Beat”.

 

Concept- Heartbeat- Where the Great Mystery Begins

I cannot do all the good that the world needs but the world needs all the good I can do~from Jana Stanfield's song "All the Good"

The sacred principles of life belong to the heartbeat, to the rhythm of our breath and the flow of our blood. These principles are alive like the rain, rivers, oceans and the waxing and waning of the moon. If we learn to listen we will discover that life, the Great Mother, is speaking to us, telling us what we need to know. We are present at a time when the world is fading and waiting to be reborn, and all the words in our libraries and on the Internet will not tell us what to do. The sacred feminine can share with us her secrets, tell us how to "be", how to facilitate her rebirth and because we are her children, she can speak to each of us, if we have the humility to listen.

The concept for Heartbeat came to me in October of 2009. I have envisioned this project thousands of times, walking the beach, driving in my car, and lying in bed awake at night. The cast and crew for this production came to me easily and effortlessly as if divinely chosen for their roles. It is my hope that you will join us on June 18, 2011 as we roll out this production.  You can’t see Aphrodite, Isis or Hecate as you walk the streets in a given city, but thanks to the amazing performers, vocalists and musicians in this program we will guide you on a journey of the mind, body and soul that is spiritually inspired.

A Special thanks to Glory Suda for her offering of a special viewing of  "One Within" for our program.

 I look forward to sharing this experience with you.

Peace, Blessings and Namaste,

Jean Harper
Executive Director and Producer

A special thanks to our Media Sponsor
Transformation Magazine

 

 Jennifer Devlin- Make-Up Artist

Jennifer Devlin is a Master Esthetician and Anti-Aging Expert. A former educator for the world’ s most recognized brands, she has worked over 20 years in the beauty, cosmetic and personal care products industry.  Jennifer started her own line of organic/ natural beauty products and is the owner of Organic Siren.com.   

 

Donald Dizio- Master Hair Designer (photo below)

 

 

Palladium Theater's Hough Hall

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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