A Mystical Musical Meditation journey down the Nile River to the Great Pyramids.
Hear fascinating stories of internationally recognized flutist, vocalist, and composer Wendy Luck’s spiritual journey through Eqypt. This multi-media event features healing symbols with footage of her journey. You will be amazed by the guided healing flute meditation that aligns with the temple/sites along the Nile, historically each representing a chakra. Ancient priests/priestesses made stops along each temple to clear and heal their chakras, ending in culmination in the Great Pyramid for true ascension and higher consciousness.
The Nile River is considered to be the spinal chord of Egypt, where each temple site is an energy center coinciding with the chakras in the human body. The gods and goddesses represented in each temple are archetypes of inspiration for your mystical pilgrimage into self-awareness.Let us join the ancient path of the priest/priestessjourneying through the temples,healing and awakening the chakras into higher consciousness and ultimate freedom.
Wendy has concertized in New York, Italy, Poland, Germany, Budapest, Morocco, Portugal, Greece, Egypt, Israel, Mexico. Performing venues range from orchestral/chamber performances at Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall, to Big Band music as lead vocalist/flutist at the Rainbow Room in NYC, to jazz at the Blue Note to avant-garde jazz at the Knitting Factory and The Kitchen, to the Grand Opera House in Ireland appearing with Eamonn McCrystal’s PBS Special as guest flutist, to recording meditative/healing compositions in Egypt inside the Great Pyramid and in the temples along the Nile. Her discography includes The Ancient Key and The Ancient Journey recorded in the Great Pyramid and in the temples along the Nile, See You in Rio, recorded in Brazil, Orchids and Moonbeams, Stand Up, and Flute Meditations.
Her one-woman show Aquatic Information, utilizing flutes, voice, and multimedia, was featured at J- Fest and the Venus Theater Festival for Women Playwrights. Wendy has won numerous awards for her compositions and can be found in Scott Yanow’s book, The Jazz Singers: The Ultimate Guide. Ms. Luck received her PhD in Music Composition and Performance from NYU. Ongoing research in music and healing inspired her masters thesis entitled The Therapeutic and Healing Effects of Music and Sound. Luck’s innovative dissertation entitled Flute, Voice, Muse, and Multimedia: Creating a Work of Performance Artist a comprehensive and visionary work available through UMI Publishing. Her research combining creativity, improvisation, sound, and healing is applied in her performance/workshops for all ages. www.WendyLuck.com
Child care is available for ages 2 – 11 for this event. The First Unity Child Care team has received training and certification in Babysitting and Child Care from the American Red Cross. Let our Certified Child Care staff care for your child in a safe space in the same building you will be attending the performance. $10 one child, $5 each additional child in the same family.