(((folkYEAH!))), Amoeba, and The Chapel Present
Peter Murphy performs "Dust" in its entirety PLUS Very Specially Selected David Bowie Tribute Songs
Mon · March 25, 2019
Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:30 pmThe Chapel
This event is all ages
Rescheduled from 3/19 - ALL TICKET HOLDERS WHO HAVE NOT RECEIVED REFUNDS FROM THE PREVIOUS "DUST" SHOWS RECEIVE ENTRY TO THIS PERFORMANCE.
Peter will be adding very specially selected David Bowie tribute songs after the "Dust" performance.
Tickets can be purchased in a limited quantity for anyone seeking entrance who does not have a prior ticket, at a price of $40. All "Dust" ticket holders get immediate entry to the duration of this rescheduled performance.
4 ticket limit per customer/account/household/credit card/email. Orders over the 4 ticket limit subject to cancellation. Orders placed for the sole purpose of resale may be cancelled without notice.
Soriah takes an annual sabbatical to Tuva to study with various masters and to compete. The 2008 Fifth Quinquennial Ethnomusicology Symposium, “Khöömei: The Cultural Phenomenon of Central Asia”, has honored Enrique Ugalde, “Third Place”, the highest a non-native to Tuva has yet placed. The Üstüü-Khüree Festival awarded him “Best Foreigner” for their 2008 selection. The Tuvan National Kargyraa festival in 2014 he won 2nd place and in 2016 he was honored with the distinction of being "The Greatest Developer of Kargyraa". The rest of the year Soriah travels the globe with extended tours performing in various cities and enclaves of Japan, crooning in the cathedrals and ruins of Mexico, and intoning in ocean caves and amidst the swamplands of America. The artist has been invited to perform at society events such as The 2009 Peace Ball in Washington, D.C. for Obama’s inauguration, and by brigand artist elites, to sing at various installations of note at the Burning Man Festival and the All Souls Procession Festival in Tucson Arizona.
One becomes encased in an awe-laced ceremonial pallor while in attendance at a Soriah performance. A deep spiritualism imbues each piece performed, whether entirely traditional or exhibiting a fusion of music, movement and meditation that Soriah describes as Vocalized Ritual Drone.
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