Gongs and Tibetan bowls lead to sonic immersion

Studio 330 in Sturgeon Bay will be a center for peace and tranquility at least three times over the next couple of months as the recording studio hosts its "Source & Spirit" event. Hans Christian, the owner of Studio 330, will guide audiences on a "sonic immersion" through playing several gongs and Tibetan bowls. The performance is described as one that will take audiences on a peaceful, meditative, and inspiring experience. He will be joined by Coleen Bins, a former art educator and a resident artist for the Oneida Nation Arts Program who will be sharing stories of Creation from her Native American ancestry. Christian said he got the idea to include Bins after reflecting upon the messages of Creation and creativity he delivered in his previous gong performances.



The three events are set to be held January 19th, January 26th, and February 2nd. Each event will cost $20 and the proceeds will serve as a donation to Studio 330.

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