Join Jim Thomas, Paul Thomas, David Powell, and internationally traveled didgeridoo performer/educator, Pitz Quattrone for an evening sound immersion experience. Using crystal singing bowls, voice, flute, shruti box, didgeridoo, tambura, hang drum, and hand percussion, participants (while lying down) will be immersed in a deeply relaxing and transformative soundscape. This potent field of vibration can act as a powerful catalyst for: • Stress relief• Deep relaxation & centeredness • Emotional release & clarity • Physical pain management & relief • Charka & energy system balancing •Personal insight & spiritual connection
Pitz is a special guest of the Chad Hollister Band. This is a 2 set, all night performance!
Join Pitz and Ellen Fein at her Breathe to Change studio in Montpelier, VT 7-8pm $30. Register with Ellen through email link above.
2nd Wednesday of each month, drop in Didge class @ Yoga Mountain Center, River Space, 3rd floor 7 Main St. Montpelier, VT 7- 8:15pm $20. It's helpful to email Pitz to let him know you're coming
3 Trees performs their unique sound of "Sufi Dance Party" music to Westminster, MD.
Sounds Like: Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Michael Franti and Spearhead, Xavier Rudd - Official, The B-52's, Talking Heads (official)
Manager: Mother Nature
Bio: There is only one Pitz Quattrone. Dynamic frontman, able to bring an audience to its feet, with his singing, playing, and wild rock-funk testifying. Writer of songs, from tragic to comic, and everything in between. Master player, builder, and teacher of the ancient Australian instrument, the didg...See Full Bio
: Just in...me and the Freelancers, Brown Bag concert series, Montpelier,VT July 9 Noon-1pm. Smiles on the lunch menu! https://t.co/KfMXdagd1L
“So why was I, a guy from Vermont, teaching Australian didgeridoo to a bunch of kids in Senegal? My passion for this ancient earthy instrument carried me to West Africa after it saved my life. This instrument saved me. Why did I surrender to it, and with such willingness? Are these things ordained? Or am I just lucky? I'll leave the big questions to the philosophers. The didge challenged me to bring it to as many people as possible and to integrate it with as many indigenous and contemporary styles of music as I could. Last summer I was invited to travel to Senegal by the Senegal-America Project to collaborate this winter with master musicians such as Massamba Diop and Barou Sall of Baaba Maal's band and to record at Jimi M'Baye's (Youssou N'Dour's guitarist) studio in Dakar. My last day in Senegal, Massamba took me to his granddaughters' elementary school. I felt I was where I should be, doing what I love to do, doing what the didge wants me to do, passing it on.”