Harpist Eily Aurora and multi-instrumentalist Evan Freeman perform at the Moving Centre on April 26. Photo submitted

Music and meditation event coming to Moving Centre

Immersive musical journey features Celtic/Chinese harpist Eily Aurora and multi-instrumentalist Evan Freeman

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An immersive musical journey featuring Celtic/Chinese harpist Eily Aurora and multi-instrumentalist Evan Freeman comes to the Moving Centre in Nelson (533A Baker Street) on Friday, April 26.

The Home Shall Be Here concert starts at 7 p.m.

Delve into meditative soundscapes and rhythms that connect you to the home of your body, community and planet. Come as you are, be a part of a shared experience, leave inspired and connected. As a special guest, ViraVira will be spinning world music throughout the evening.

Aurora is a singer/songwriter, harpist and transformational facilitator in Calgary. With a passion to ignite creative confidence, she creates the safe space to inspire inner peace, connection and hope. For over a decade, Aurora has performed on stages across Canada and the US.

Evan Freeman is a Calgary-based musician, singer and songwriter who aims to bring audiences inspiration, beauty, joy and solace. His latest album Luna was described in the Calgary Herald as “a masterfully sculpted piece of pop-informed shoegazing wonderment.”

ViraVira is a bass music selector. Canadian born of Chilean descent, he portrays a style of eclectic music that takes you on a journey through South America. Shifting back and forth between the modern sounds of today’s underground electronic music, he plays genres like folktronica, tropical bass, dub, dubstep, and baile funk.

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