Both welcoming and traditional, join us for mindful worship, loving community and thoughtful participation.
Kiyoshi Iio (handpan player), born in Fukuoka, Japan, started playing handpan in 2017 and since then has embarked on a journey travelling the world performing in over 20 countries to date. For more info on Kiyoshi, he can be found on FB, Instagram, and Twitter: @handpanjourney.
Alcvin Ryūzen Ramos
“For me shakuhachi is a tool for transformation that elicits a metabolic expression and the conviction that music “should not be frozen or unchanging once it is completed but should be apprehended instead as a thing – or process – that evolves from past to present and from present to future.” Another way to express this process is a symbiotic relationship between time and space, and one’s immediate environment. Shakuhachi is my bridge to the world of music which is a portal, a gateway into seeing deeper into oneself which opens doors to other physical and spiritual realms.” — Alcvin Ryūzen Ramos
–For a full biography of Alcvin Ryūzen Ramos, please visit his website : http://alcvin.ca/ryuzen/about/
If interested, Alcvin has some of his CDs with him.