Sunday, 29th September
Sunday, 29th September
10am - 11.30pm
The War Memorial Hall, Cottesloe - 109 Broome Street, Cottesloe
A Concert Series for Inner Wellbeing & Peace.
This ‘meditation’ concert will be focussed on heart centred sounds to bring you into your heart.
Tenille will take you on a one and a half hour journey with sounds from around the world and unique frequencies that have said to be transformative. With her maori culture woven into her work she takes you on a deep connecting journey to your heart and your inner culture.
Quickly becoming a unique and globally recognised Frequency Musician bridging science and sound she delivers inner peace and wellbeing to her audiences.
She uses the science of frequency through her instruments, in her vocal toning, vocal latticing and technology. She uses the infusions of sound, but not any sound, science based frequencies that are shown to impact at a subatomic level. Within 20 minutes of this work her audiences brain wave activity can drop into delta and theta state where they will experience the release of the stress hormone ‘cortisol’.
Her sound journey takes her audiences on a sensory journey that leaves them feeling transformed aligning with her goal of bringing peaceful strategies to the world through each individual to impact the collective macro of our human family.
Excited to announce Special GUESTS as part of a global collaboration project, this month is going to be very special with guests:
January is a globally recognised sound healer and multi instrumental musician. Starting her first instrument at 4 years old, she grew up on the small island of Cebu living off the land and surrounded by musicians and medicine women. By 9 years old she was composing her own music, her earthy tones and talent coming from humble beginnings has set her apart from most. She has a deep love for world cultures creating her unique blend of her earthly shamanic sounds driven from the roots of her island home and has performed on the world stages with highly regarded artists.
Didjeridu Player and Sound Healing Practitioner
Julian is a didjeridu healer, performer and teacher with a passionate interest in Aboriginal culture and music.
Julian has been taught by a number of Yolngu elders in Arnhemland and Noongar elders in Western Australia. Having collaborated with them musically and culturally over many years, he has their blessing and approval for using the didjeridu in his healing, performance and teaching work.
In all these activities, he aims to respectfully impart the spirit of what he was taught and to connect people with nature through various rhythms, songs and nature calls.
Globally recognised Frequency Musician Tenille Bentley works with science and the ancient wisdom in offering her transformative meditation concerts. Combining vocal latticing, technology and frequency-based instruments, Tenille uses her unique gifts to transform the inner landscape of her audiences, delivering them to a deep state of inner peace. The use of science based frequencies allow audiences to enter the delta and theta states promoting stress release.
Tenille’s music is richly influenced by her ancient origins from the Ngapuhi tribe and by her French operatic great great grandmother who once travelled with the great Caruso. Growing up she has travelled the world with her musical famous family and continues the tradition today with a healing component attached.
Tenille’s collaborative works have been featured with artists in Paris at the Museum of Modern Art, Nuit Blanche and in New York, Florida and Australia wide, Tenille’s work has delivered transformative and life enriching effects connecting audiences to the collective journey of love and transformation around the globe.
Please note: There will be no refunds for a missed class or cancellations. You can ‘gift’ your class to a friend if you are unable to attend.