If you are interested in bowls, didgeridoos, lessons, treatments, or artwork but can’t make these events, just contact us and we’ll arrange a visit; if you don’t live close we can connect via Skype, Google Hangouts, FaceTime, etc. Just ask!
Also, we only list our public events in our newsletters and on this website. We also give performances, presentations and workshops for schools, libraries, corporate, and community organizations. For inquiries please contact COMPAS Community Programs in the Arts
Daniel Gabriel | Arts Program Director
Open House and Sale: Singing Bowls and Didgeridoos
This is a FREE EVENT.
Saturday and Sunday, May 21-22, 1-5pm
3427 N. Colfax Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55412
We recently received a beautiful shipment of lovely handmade Himalayan singing bowls from Kathmandu. Come visit them and fall in love, at this weekend’s Open House.
Himalayan singing bowls are amazing sonic transducers, changing a small amount of kinetic energy into long-lasting beautiful sound energy. They can be used to make music, for meditating, and for healing. Some are deeply calming, some energizing, some magical and trance-inducing!
We want to share our singing bowls with you! Try them yourself, learn how to play and use these wonderful instruments, and have fun! And of course, you can fall in love with some bowls, buy them, and take them home with you.
So bring your friends, come over and visit us and our bowls, gongs, and excellent budget didgeridoos.
And as always, we’ll be offering great prices on all items!
Slider Didgeridoo – budget friendly, and plays in many keys!
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May Beginning Didgeridoo Workshop: Minneapolis
Saturday, May 28, 1-3pm
Saturday, May 28, 1-5pm
Teacher: Steve Sklar
Location: Skysong Studio
3427 N. Colfax Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55412
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Johnna Morrow and Steve Sklar will return for multiple performances at Festival of Nations 2016 at RiverCentre in St. Paul May 5-8. Their performances will pay tribute to the peoples and music of Australia and Tuva.
Here are Johnna and Steve’s set times and stage locations for this year’s performances:
Thursday: (Schools Only) Atrium 9am, Cafe11:30, 1, Atrium 2:30pm
Friday: (Schools only until 4:30) Cafe 9:30, Atrium1:30, Cafe 3:00, Atrium 5:00, Cafe 7:00
Saturday and Sunday are open to the public all day, but we don’t play Sat.
Sunday: Atrium10:30, Cafe12:30 & 2:30, Atrium 4:00
See you there!
Steve’s popular, fun, and effective online Khoomei (Tuvan Throat-Singing) lessons are on sale $25/each or $55/three!
Unsolicited comments from people who attended recent Sound Healing Concerts:
“Energetic healing of body, mind, spirit and soul! Thank you for a fantastic creative journey through the dark( feminine, sacred, still voice within) vibration, only to rebirth as the light!”
“…It was fantastic, I felt all my airbodies in my head and body too and all my blocks as well, quite an experience, loved it, all these other dimensional sounds, just divine…”
“It was just THE BEST! Have already blocked out my calendar for the next show and am wanting a poster to put up at work. An evening no one should miss!”
“Amazing. Mind-blowing! I’d go again.”
“Quite an amazing experience. Too wonderful for words.”
“Thanks to BOTH of you for an amazing and elevating sound experience! Can’t wait for the next one!!”
“I felt all the bad energy leaving my being and positive energy replacing it . Thank you for the amazing, cleansing sounds and vibrations. I will never forget the experience.”
“You were amazing last night… I was so fascinated by the instruments and playing techniques…”
Do you suffer from Obstructive Sleep Apnea, or know someone who does? Medical studies in Australia also indicate that playing the didgeridoo may also help reduce asthma symptoms. Or maybe you’re interested in the Didgeridoo for making music, meditation, or Sound Healing?
We offer private lessons by appt. and also Beginning Didgeridoo Workshops, usually twice a month on a weeknight and on a weekend afternoon. November dates are TBA soon.
Steve Sklar shares his experience as a didgeridoo teacher
Steve Sklar will be a participant and teach a Khoomei (throat-singing) workshop at this exciting event! Highly recommended for anyone interested in the healing and therapeutic aspects of sound: