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Carry the Flame Concert with Kristin Hoffmann

October 5, 2019 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm EDT

Kristin Hoffmann CARRY THE FLAME CONCERT — 10/5/19 @ CRS

CRS (Center for Remembering & Sharing) presents CARRY THE FLAME CONCERT on Saturday, October 5, 2019 from 7:30 – 9 pm. Dive into a deep ethereal musical journey of life, growth and spirit with renowned vocalist, pianist, and song-weaver Kristin Hoffmann, acclaimed multi-instrumentalist Premik Russell Tubbs, and special guests.

Tickets are $20 and are available by phone (212-677-8621), at CRS, and online. There will be a complimentary wine, juice and snacks reception immediately following the concert.

We each carry a unique flame through this life…and together we light a larger co-creative fire of existence! However, it is easy to get lost in the complexities of daily life and forget the importance of feeding, dreaming and nurturing your flame.

CARRY THE FLAME CONCERT will help to “re-spark your light!” Feel your visions begin to soar once again, re-fueling both personal and collective flames! It is Kristin’s Birthday Concert, and she would love nothing more than to see each and every person remember their light!

Kristin is the current bearer of The Torch of Peace that was run around the Earth in 1986 in The First Earth Run, touching the hands and lives of millions of people!  The Torch of Peace will be at the concert and is a true talisman of Light, Love and Peace on this planet. If desired, you are invited to spend a moment with the Torch of Peace following the music, and feel into how your personal flame connects to the planetary fire. It is a powerful feeling indeed to hold this deeply symbolic and legendary torch!

Hoffmann’s music has been heard on major record labels, film and television. A strong advocate for peace and ocean conservation, she has appeared internationally at environmental concerts and conventions, TEDx San Francisco, The Emoto Peace Project concert in Tokyo, and with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in London. In August, 2016, the symphonic version of her “Song for the Ocean” was performed at Sydney Opera House by a choir of 800 Australian children. In 2011 she became the singer for Bella Gaia, a multimedia theater experience created in conjunction with NASA.

Hoffmann’s music is “art-rock with elegant, baroque-tinged melodies, precisely nuanced piano, hypnotic rhythms and out-of-this-world gorgeous, dynamic vocals,” — New York Music Daily


Premik, a composer, arranger, producer and an accomplished multi-instrumentalist performs on various flutes, soprano, alto and tenor saxophones, wind synthesizers, and lap steel guitar.

Premik has worked with everyone from Carlos Santana, Whitney Houston, Herbie Hancock, John McLaughlin, Ravi Shankar, Narada Michael Walden, Clarence Clemons, Ornette Coleman, Jackson Browne, Jean-Luc Ponty, Lonnie Liston-Smith, Scarlet Riveria, James Taylor, Sting and Lady Gaga just to name a few. He is equally adept in pop, R&B, jazz, world and experimental genres. premik.com


“My goal is to spread love, light, peace and truth into the world through the vehicles of music and energetic frequency.”  – Kristin

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Starting at the age of 4, ethereal renaissance songstress, and Juilliard trained multi-instrumentalist, Kristin Hoffmann began building a prolific career in music. She studied opera with acclaimed teachers Lorraine Nubar and Zehava Gal and composition with Rob Mathes and Behzad Ranjbaran. With a particular interest in French art songs, Kristin spent a summer honing the craft at Académie Internationale d’été de Nice. In addition to stints at major record labels, Capitol and Interscope Records, and song placements on hit TV shows like Dawson’s Creek and Palmetto Pointe, she has shared stages with The Wallflowers, Feist, Brandi Carlile, Richie Havens and many other musical luminaries. With a strong sense of artistic altruism, she is most passionate about projects that explore music’s healing power and allow listeners to tap into their higher potentials.

Having studied with French Sound Healing pioneer Fabian Maman, Hoffmann not only made music to accompany acupuncture sessions but also composed 170 songs for health-challenged children as a writer/producer at non-profit organization Songs of Love. A spokesperson for ocean conservation, she has performed her Song for the Ocean at environmental awareness conventions and concerts around the world, including TEDxSF, Bioneers, Hermanus Whale Festival (South Africa) and with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in London. Song for the Ocean will next be performed at The Sydney Opera House in August 2016. In 2011 she became the singer for Bella Gaia, a multimedia immersive theater experience created in conjunction with NASA. Over the past 2 years she has continued to expand her worldly voice, guest blogging for many well-respected magazines, from Elephant Journal to The Ecologist, and performing at The Conscious Life Expo (LA), the signing of The Fuji Declaration (Mt. Fuji) and The Emoto Peace Project concert in Tokyo. In 2014, Kristin was invited to become the youngest member on the board of FIONS (Friends of Institute of Noetic Sciences). In early 2016, she was voted onto the board of Gandhi Global Center for Peace and was also a new inductee into the acclaimed group Evolutionary Leaders. Her most recent work includes a self-produced album entitled The Human Compass, a symphonic collaboration with composer Marco Missinato called Unfolding Secrets: A Symphony of the Heart, and the brand new release of the meditational film, “Amazing Space,” for which Kristin composed and produced the soundtrack. In October 2015, Kristin began a new monthly musical blog with Gandhi’s BE Magazine, called “BE~Cause: Music with a Message,” and has been creating a new song every month focused around important worldly issues and themes. kristinhoffmann.com


October 5, 2019
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm EDT
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