Sunset Sacred World Music Concert in Houtbay with Desert Rose
March 27, 2021
Desert Rose, widely regarded as international leaders in sacred world music will be offering their first live performance in Cape Town since lockdown in SA in March 2020. The sunset concert will be hosted at the Amakhaya Lodge, 11 Nooit Gedacht Drive, Hout Bay on 27 March at 5:30 pm. The sacred musical duo, Lynne and Yusuf, toured the USA, Malaysia, India and Mozambique before lockdown, performing their return to live performance at the Stellenbosch Sundown Concert in November 2020. Their sacred world music concert offers an experience with original sacred world music compositions, meditation and healing music, mantra and chanting, in a beautiful pool side setting at sunset.. .
A special Cacao Ceremony will be held from 2:30 pm which will lead into the Desert Rose concert. Cost per person is R170 which includes sacrament and guided meditation music. Guests can book directly with Lee Peacock via WhatsApp 072 230 6245 or email email@example.com The cut off date to book for this Cacao ceremony slot will be no later than the 20th March 2021
The music of Desert Rose goes beyond the traditional expectations of music as entertainment, in fact they avoid all virtuosic display of musicianship so as not to distract the listener from their own inner experience, thus shifting the focus away from the artists towards the great golden line of Sacred sound.
Their music is written and performed with a deep understanding of the Ancients, specifically the Ancient Greek philosopher, Pythagoras, as well as the Ancient Chinese culture, where music was prescribed as medicine long before modern forms of medicine came along. Pythagoras would prescribe music medicine for sleep and upon waking in the morning to ensure healthy body and mind
The power of Yusuf’s Naad voice combined with grace and spirit has led to spontaneous healing and powerful heart opening experiences by those who have attended concerts. Lynne has studied music therapy since her twenties and still plays the Lyre, a stringent music therapy instrument played by the Ancient Greeks.
Bring your blanket and picnic. The venue will not allow any alcohol.
Social distancing will be adhered to in line with group Covid guidelines.