What Makes Your Heart Sing? A Celebration of Song, Story, and Resilience
Thursday, September 26, 2013 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Through the musical and storytelling talents of Emmy award-winning composer GARY MALKIN and HeartMath's Global HealthCare Director, BRUCE CRYER (who was a former Broadway singer/actor), you will be taken through a personal journey of entertainment, challenge and inspiration. Joining us onstage are the incomparable vocalist DEBORAH WINTERS, with the multi-talented percussionist, Ian Dogole. As a special bonus, beloved comedian MICHAEL PRITCHARD will open the festivities. Following the concert, a SWEAT YOUR PRAYERS dance set led by Five Rhythms teacher, SYLVIE MINOT.
This event is designed to awaken you to the power of inspiration, exploring how your deepest passions can help you to cultivate greater resilience and thrive through the most challenging storms.
You'll have the opportunity to ask yourself questions like: What makes your heart sing? Are you engaging in what inspires you in your life? Join us for a heartwarming evening of song, story, and movement to arouse your own personal passions so you can live “your one wild and precious life!”
Part of the proceeds of this event will go to benefit the outreach work of Sylvie Minot through the Syzygy Dance Project, supporting the disenfranchised (challenged youth, prisons, etc.) with the marvelous work of Gabriel Roth's Five Rhythms Movement.
For more information about her wonderful work, go to: www.syzygydanceproject.org. For more information about Bruce and Gary, go to www.whatmakesyourheartsing.net.
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Bruce Cryer and Gary Malkin
Founders of WhatMakesYourHeartSing.net, Bruce Cryer and Gary Malkin are dedicated to offering events, creating resources, and facilitating workshops that help people identify where they are on the "passion/purpose/inspiration' scale. Studies have shown that when we are touched, moved and inspired by the activities, people and work in our life, we live longer, happier and more successfully. They believe that it's time to start asking one another, what makes your heart sing? rather than what do you do and where are you from? We're hoping to start a movement fueled by joy, passion, and the power of the arts to connect, awaken and heal our hearts and spirits. Like us at www.facebook.com/whatmakesyourheartsing