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    A celebration of the Winter solstice and the June Full moon with Omnisutra

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    -= A musical rendition of the Egyptian Book of the Dead =-

    Please join us for a sound immersion of song and live music set to the ancient text The Egyptian Book of the Dead, sung in the original ancient Egyptian language by Gavin Shri Amneon. This event is an invocation to the God TeHuti - Thoth - Hermes, the god of science, magic, healing and music, writing and knowledge. Lay back and be taken on a journey to ancient Egypt, and receive its mystical knowledge transmission.

    Omnisutra is a group of people devoted to reanimating ancient Holy songs to music in their original language.

    Michael Green on Clarinet, William Thompson on Oud, and Gavin Shri Amneon on Daf and vocals.

    The studio will be set up so that you may lie down to absorb the music in its fullness, or to sit or move if you wish.

    -= Tickets =-

    Tickets: $40 + booking fee ($50 at the door).

    * Limited Spaces - please book early to ensure your place.

    -= Location =-

    Held @ The Open Space
    11 Acacia Pl, Abbotsford VIC 3067

    Paid parking is available in the public car park at Acacia Place, and across Victoria Street in Victoria Gardens shopping complex. Free parking in Harrison court and surrounds. We are on the lower ground level of Acacia Place.

    Disabled access: If you park within the paid parking station off Acacia Place you will be on the same level as our studio. If you enter from Victoria Street level, a lift is available at the top of the first set of steps leading down to the river.

    * Please take a moment to select your event thoughtfully, as we are unable to provide refunds. However, all tickets are transferable to the person(s) of your choice. The only time we can make an exception to our no-refund policy is if the event is sold out and we're able to help find a new home for your tickets. Your understanding is greatly appreciated. 

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