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Crossing the Atlantic — Trance Journey

April 8, 2017 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm EDT

Crossing the Atlantic

Artist Dream Family and CRS present “Crossing The Atlantic,” a  music/poetry/dance celebration of the warrior artist within us all, featuring musicians Evan Worldwind, Hannah’s Field and Yahoteh Kokayi and dancers Lale Sayoko and Tomoko Iki. This musical meditation represents the journey of the human spirit seeking answers to the meaning of life. Tickets are $30 cash at the door.

We will start with a ceremony in preparation for the journey of self-discovery, seeking answers in remembering who you truly are, preparing you to step into your body temple.

This Warrior Adventure represents the internal battle we all are going through, the one of facing our fears, uncertainty, and doubts, and at the same time trusting that there is a guide somewhere within the depths of our being guiding us through. Becoming fully connected with our inner child, feeling the comforting love from our mother Earth, as she chants us into transformation.

Be prepared to step into your own light, and feel your own power, while celebrating life with Artist Dream Family.  Your Life, Your Dream, Your Design.

Facilitators Bios

HANNAH’S FIELD – brings love, spirit & organic fresh flavor to the people with their gypsy reggae music. Their uplifting acoustic roots and African Earth beats blend together, growing a magical experience for all. Nominated best female vocalist in the Hartford Advocate for many years, the powerful Hannah’s Field songstress, HannaH, and her sidekick, Bongo Bliss, the gypsy Rasta that plays bass, African drums and sings (often all at the same time), have shared the stage with such great acts as the Average White Band, the Brothers Johnson, Gov’t Mule (members of the Allman Brothers Band), Derek Trucks, Donna Jean (from the Grateful Dead),  the Samples, Percy Hill, and Sound Tribe Sector Nine. They have performed at such venues as the Toads Place, Woodstock Reunion. http://www.hannahsgroove.com

Yahoteh Kokayi – has toured with Underground System Afrobeat, performed at Madison Square Garden, shared the stage with members of the Grammy Award Winning jazz ensemble, Snarky Puppy, lead his own 9-piece original soul-jazz ensemble, as well as performed and recorded with countless artists in New York and the Tri-State area. https://soundcloud.com/yahoteh

LALE SAYOKO – (Professional Oriental Belly Dancer & Instructor). Lale was one of the founding members of Japan’s famous Samanyolu professional belly dance group and has since developed her own solo career touring with UK’s Mugenkyo Taiko Drummers on a 44 city tour of the UK, to Turkey’s Baba Zula, to New York’s Bella Gaia multimedia Earth from Space journey show. Appearing in Japanese and American magazines and newspapers, Lale aspires for dance to be a powerful communicator though traditional technique and spiritual embodiment. lalesayoko.com

TOMOKO IKI – Graduated from Department of Human Environment Design, School of Life Studies, Sugiyama Jogakuen University. Activities now based in New York. https://www.facebook.com/tomoko.iki.3

2016 received the KAWABA NEW NATURE PHOTO AWARD in the category of Art in Nature.
2013, launched her own studio “Photo Salon Frau” in Tokyo.2013, solo exhibition “mother” held at the Rhythm Warp in Nagoya.
2011, exhibited at the group exhibition “foto-n 2nd exhibition” (X Gallery at the Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art).
2011, launched her own studio “Photo Salon Frau” in Nagoya.
2010, solo exhibition “stile brau” held at the Valentine Drive in Nagoya.
2007, exhibited at the group exhibition “Kodo (Pulse)” at the Plastic Factory in Nagoya.

Evan Worldwind – is a certified Neurolinguistic Design Engineer, Transformation Life Coach, a practitioner of the Classical Yang Style Family Tai Chi Chuan, a Musician, Performer and Teacher guide of the Mystical Didjeridoo. http://evanworldwind.com

We focus on planting seeds of Love, and Inner Peace. Helping you heal yourself.



April 8, 2017
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm EDT
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CRS (Center for Remembering & Sharing)
41 E 11th St FL11
New York, NY 10003 United States
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