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Tryshe Dhevney Holds Benefit Concert

May 01, 2017 05:36PM

Tryshe Dhevney and her extraordinary bowls will be offering a Benefit Concert, from 7 to 8:30 p.m., May 20, in support of the United Fellowship Chapel and their mission to advance the understanding of metaphysical principles to create personal and global health and healing. Dhevney is a best-selling Sounds True recording artist, dynamic and active teacher and healer, frequently featured at spiritual music festivals and conferences nationwide.

Sound is the most direct path to healing the body and its subconscious thoughts and emotions. As it moves to those parts that are “out of tune”, the body can return to its natural rhythm and frequency. Dhevney’s concert, utilizing her Crystal Singing Bowls and luminous vocals, allows sound to energize life, gifting the audience with sound health.

Experience the unique spectral music and infinite space created by Dhevney as she weaves luminous overtones of gemstone, metal and mineral-infused Alchemy Crystal Singing Bowls with spontaneous vocal harmonies. This is Dhevney’s only Tucson concert planned at this time for 2017.

Cost: $25. Tickets can be purchased at the door on the evening of the concert. Space is limited. Call to guarantee a seat. Location: 4718 E. Hawthorne St., Tucson. For more information, call 520-327-0142, email [email protected] or visit United-Fellowship-Chapel.com. See ad, page 14.

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