BY DANA LEONG
Wednesday, September 19, 2012 6:15-9 PM
Sky Room at New Museum
Reserve tickets: www.locatingthesacred.org/
Award-winning composer Dana Leong leads a quartet of cello, tabla, sitar, and electronics for an entrancing sundown concert in the breathtaking New Museum Sky Room, exploring the healing power of meditative sounds from different traditions joining forces in a union towards oneness with the earth.
Hailing from Japan, China, Haiti, and India – all countries recently affected by earthquakes, also known as “tectonic disruptions”
The evening lineup:
Devirose – Lovingkindness Meditation
Dana Leong – composer, cello, trombone
Suphala – tabla
Neel Murgai – sitar
Val-Inc – electronics
Tickets have been released for purchase and are limited due to the intimate space of the venue.
The Locating the Sacred Festival is a 12-day, 25-event arts festival coordinated by the Asian American Arts Alliance.
Located on the top floor of the New Museum’s award winning building, the Sky Room offers panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline.
Presented by Sozo Media, the New Museum for Contemporary Art, and the Asian American Arts Alliance.
For more information, please contact Melissa Higgins (firstname.lastname@example.org)