Welcome Spring with Native American Flute Master Gary Stroutsos at the 8 Petals Yoga Studio (1317 Commercial St #203, Bellingham) on Sunday, March 19 at 4:00 p.m.

Gary will be travelling to Bellingham for this special afternoon concert and Spring Equinox Celebration, which will be preceded by a short mindfulness mediation led by Christine Burkhart.

Gary has brought his meditative music to audiences throughout North America, as well as in Japan and Korea. He can be heard on the soundtrack of Ken Burns’ PBS documentary, Lewis and Clark: Journey of the Corps of Discovery, which led to a command performance at the White House for President Bill Clinton. His music is also featured on the popular PBS documentary Desert Dreams, which has been seen by 25 million people. He is also showcased on Jan Nickman’s Living Temples, an intimate study of man’s relationship to nature and on the locally-produced Cascadia Dreams. Gary has been featured on NPR broadcasts, New York Evening at the Pops, and the syndicated radio program Echoes.

If you saw Cascadia Dreams at the Pickford a few weeks ago, this is your chance to hear Gary’s beautiful music in an intimate, solo setting.

Tickets are $15-25 on a sliding scale and are available at http://www.whatcomyoga.com/EVENTS.html or at the door (if still available).

Space is extremely limited so advance tickets are recommended.

Leave a Reply