News from: Museum of Ancient Wonders
A Sonic Valentine To Gaia
Julian Forest will bring Sound Healing Day to the Museum of Ancient Wonders on Valentine’s Day, February 14, 2020, from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m., with his vibrant and astounding music. Staged in the museum’s Egyptian gallery, he will perform a one-hour concert devoted to Sound Healing Day, a global harmonization, planetary peace, and healing event.
Julian is an eclectic musician, classically trained with an innovative talent for creating improvised musical landscapes from a standard electric guitar. Played in revolutionary ways, Julian’s guitar produces sound frequencies that provide an exhilarating meditative experience.
With sounds of talismanic magic, his mystical CD recording, ARCANUM, released on Spirited Records, transcends what most people think an electric guitar is capable of sounding like.
You are invited to bring a pillow or folding chair to sit and listen to sounds of this remarkable musician surrounded by artifacts that evoke the ancient world of civilization and prehistoric life in this one-time-only event.
A $20.00 donation is suggested, and no one will be turned away. All proceeds gathered are for the benefit of the Museum of Ancient Wonders, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
The Museum of Ancient Wonders is devoted to exhibitions with a focus on ancient civilizations and prehistoric life. With more than 200 replicated artifact treasures and laboratory fossil casts curated into three separate exhibitions, be prepared to enter a portal into the ancient world.
Located at Cathedral Gateway Plaza, 69028-B East Palm Canyon Drive, Cathedral City, California, HWY 111 at Date Palm Drive next to Big Lots. Regular hours are Monday through Saturday, 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Sunday from Noon to 5:00 p.m. Admission is $12.00 for students, seniors and military, and $15.00 for adults. Visit www.moaw.org or call (442) 268-5004 for further information.