18.7.2018 / 19:30 - 20:30Europe stage19.7.2018 / 16:45 - 17:45Europe stage
Carolyn Hillyer (Great Britain)
A versatile artist and teacher of mystical workshops for women. The founder of the Thirteen Moons international female festival and author of a number of books. Carolyn inspiringly interconnects her ideas, words and music with the world of the fine arts. She composes songs, writes vivid texts, paints pictures and develops artistic installations that she exhibits all over the world. She also makes drums and various totem items getting her inspiration in mythology and sacred female archetypes. Carolyn cooperates with indigenous shamans and musicians. She has released 10 solo albums of her original songs, which have significantly enriched the genre of women's sacred music. Her latest album of Ice: The Cold Songs reflects her experiences from the journey to Siberia where she met women from the Nenets tribe. Organising workshops is a life mission for Carolyn. In them, she combines things that fascinate her most: transient rituals, magic songs and ritual drumming.Nigel Shaw (Great Britain)
A composer, musician and flute producer drawing the inspiration for his music from the spirit of nature, from its cycles, mysteries and subtle beauties. He uses many traditional musical instruments including handmade clay or wooden flutes, whistles, and bagpipes. He combines these instruments with the sounds of nature and contemporary instruments (keyboards and synthesizers). Nigel's music presents unique sound landscapes, melodies with soul and impressive linking of the old with the new.
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