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Traditional Lakota flutes combine with voices for Vocalise • Brooklyn Paper

Traditional Lakota flutes combine with voices for Vocalise

The Human Company Productions and The Invisible Dog Art Center present Full Moon Vocalise, February 28 at 6:30 p.m.

The show brings the Lakota Flute tradition to New Yorkers in a celebration of the Ant by artist Xavier Roux. Tiokasin Ghosthorse, seventh generation Lakota flute maker will play the flute. Francis Cholle will join him vocally and facilitate the group process.

In this simple and profound ritual, called Vocalise, voices inspired by the Lakota flute join together and “awaken us to all that is.” The Lakota nation is called the singing nation.

Simply come with “an open mind and an open heart to experience a deep sense of connection and renewal after this session.” No vocal or musical training is required. Participation can also be silent.

There is free admission though a $5 donation is suggested. For more, call 917-539-3849. The Invisible Dog is at 51 Bergen Street in Brooklyn; call 646-270-2550 or visit www.theinvisibledog.org.

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