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Transformational music concert planned

By From page A16 | September 15, 2011

Mount Shasta keyboardist, harmonica and tabla player Anton Mizerak and singer Laura Berryhill will present a musical church service featuring transformational healing music, Celtic songs and chants from around the world at noon Sunday, Sept. 25, hosted by the Center for Spiritual Living.

Mizerak writes his music in nature, believing that our organic experience of sun, wind, water, snow and earth, transmitted through music, can be a valuable nurturing and healing experience.

His music has been featured on the nationally syndicated radio show “Echoes” and on the digital New Age Music format “Soundscapes.” The acclaimed CD series “When Angels Dream” is a top seller with healers and massage therapists. Many people have seen Anton at New Thought Churches, symposiums and retreats over the past 10 years.

Berryhill has a master’s degree in music history from the University of Oregon, where she focused on early 17th-century Italian sacred music. As a vocalist she works in a variety of musical styles, from early European music, to folk music of the Celtic cultures, to new age and jazz.

She has appeared at the Festival of Harps in Oakland, the Yachats Celtic Music Festival, Shrewsbury Renaissance Faire and Faerieworlds.

The two have toured together since 2005 performing at New Thought Centers in California and the Northwest.

The Center for Spiritual Living meets at Congregation Bet Haverim, 1715 Anderson Road in Davis. For information, call (530) 297-0590.

Enterprise staff

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