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Quiet Hearts, Gongs, & Other Sonic Delights

St Andrew's-Wesley - Left Aisle - IMG_0338

Quiet Hearts, Gongs, & Other Sonic Delights
March 5th, 2014 • 4:30 – 5:45 pm

If you are a Quiet hearts fan or have been meaning to come and check it out, put March 5th in your calendar as a day to attend for sure.

March 5th is a special occasion for Quiet Hearts. We will be joined again by Kathy Cameron of The Soul of Sound. Normally, Kathy uses giant gongs, singing bowls and other rare and magical instruments to provide healing sound sessions for people. Those instruments make a wonderful contribution to a musical experience as well. The sound of 2 to 4 gongs (yes she has 4 of them) is indescribable. For me, it is the sound of the Universe. Today, she brought many of her other musical treasures to the church and we played with them, finding out which instruments meshed well with the piano, pipe organ, clarinet, recorders and Howard’s growing collection of instruments. A must “hear” occasion if you are available on March 5th.

Kathy Cameron - IMG_0341

Another new aspect of Quiet hearts, is the lighting. We have taken to turning all the lights off and lighting many candles. As the daylight gradually fades the space turns into an intimate candle lit space which lets you be in your own private personal space as we take you on a musical journey.

Here is a recording of Kathy’s gongs, called “Cosmic Aura” from when she last joined us (caveat – a recording cannot give you the full real life experience)


Learn more about Quiet Hearts here:

Quiet Hearts

March 5, 2014
4:30 pm to 5:45 pm
St Andrew’s-Wesley United Church
1012 Nelson at corner of Burrard (enter on Burrard Street)
By donation ($10 to $20 recommended)

If March 5th does not work, were performing the following days as well.
Always Wednesdays from 4:30 pm to 5:45 pm
Mark De Silva, violinist and singer, rejoins us again starting on April 2nd (perhaps sooner)

  • Feb 26
  • Mar 5
  • Mar 12
  • Mar 19
  • Mar 26
  • Apr 2
  • Apr 9
  • Apr 16
  • Apr 23
  • Apr 30


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