Heart Resonance Concert

Heart Resonance Concert – Winter 2018

February is heart month. Join us for an evening of tuning in to the heart through the harp, plant music and community.

Harpist Eily Aurora co-hosts this gathering with:

Alla Guelber, founder of Meaningful Work Project& MC
Trevor Uruski on didgeridoo, native flute
Evan Freeman on percussion, guitar and voice
Paul Gettis on electric bass

Event Details

Saturday, February 3, 2018
Lantern Church  1401 10 Avenue Southeast, Calgary, Alberta T2G 0X1

Doors: 6:30 Concert: 7:00 pm
$25 advance/$30 door/$20 student & low-income/ $10 under
Share this experience with your friends! 3 Tickets for $65

The Heart Resonance Concert will be led by the ancient presence of the Celtic Harp, taking you on an intuitively guided musical journey to open the heart. Another wonderful addition to this concert will be plant music. Using innovative technology that translates plant frequencies into an audible range, you’ll be able to hear the mysterious world of plants that our human ears can’t usually reach, accompanied by Eily Aurora on the harp.

Some tickets will be gifted to those who could especially benefit from the healing properties of sound.

Purchase your tickets online through Brown Paper Tickets: https://heartresonance2018.brownpapertickets.com/


Meet the Band! 




EVAN FREEMAN is a Calgary-based musician, singer and songwriter. His latest album Luna was described in the Calgary Herald as “a masterfully sculpted piece of pop-informed shoegazing wonderment” and was listed on the CBC Key of A’s top ten albums of 2016. Supporting Luna, Evan toured across Canada and performed at the Calgary Folk Music Festival. Evan is currently recording his second album, anticipated in 2018. www.EvanFreeman.ca

PAUL GETTIS is a busy entrepreneur, husband and father of two young, energetic boys. He finds time on the side to pursue his passion in music. He can typically be found every Friday night at the 11 St & 15 Ave Good Earth Cafe hosting and booking Calgary musicians for a recurring acoustic open mic / showcase artist night. Community, connection & collaboration are the three common C’s you will experience there. Paul recently released an EP in the summer of 2016 called Melodies and Memories which can be found on the band website http://musicbyhome.com.

MEGAN LUNDRIGAN re-ignited a childhood passion for singing during a magical summer immersed in nature and community on the Gulf Islands of BC. Upon her return to Calgary she committed to two years of study with Maya Lewandosky, founder of La Caravan Theatre and the Free Your Natural Voice method of vocal training. Megan attributes her unique vocal style to a deep love of intuitive motion and creative sound making. You can find her most Friday nights at the community drum circle facilitated by Circles of Rhythm in the Inglewood Community Hall.

TREVOR URUSKI is a didgeridoo performer, teacher and sound therapist. Soundscape and vocal artist, spiritual poet, friend and guide. Spiritual aspirant of several years now sharing the fruits of his labor through music, presence, word and sound. Seeker and collaborator for individual and social healing projects and spiritual awakening.