Archive for August, 2011 17 SEP 2011

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Saturday, September17·
7:00- 9:00 PM Octagon ART Center

UUC in the Octogan room

2470 Nursery Rd
Clearwater, FL

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I have created a show on Please check it out and donate to the cause! musicians in the Tampa Bay area are coming together to support Playing for Change. Representing music from around the world, this all-ages show features soul-soothing sound healing, energizing dance and drum performances, and positive one love vibes!
Love offering suggested $10. at the door.

Very talented!

“Safe in the Arms of LOVE!” “Safe in the Arms of Love” Gary Malkin & Lisa Rafel, and David Surrenda, Phd.

Deepening the essential bond with your baby!
“Safe in the Arms of Love is simply beautiful. This book goes right to the heart, inviting you to relax, open up, and find an oasis of calm in your daily routine. My wish would be for every pregnant and nursing mother to bathe herself and her baby in these heartwarming songs.”
Christiane Northrup, M.D., Author of Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom

Safe in the Arms of Love is a book and music set designed to support the bonding process between parent and baby.

ntentionally designed music calms both the parent and the baby and evokes feelings of unconditional love and connection.

This information rich and beautifully illustrated book contains important information, stories and exercises that support heartfelt bonding and attachment.

Mary Knysh ~ Spokesperson for UMD

The AMAZING Mary Knysh of Music, Rhythm, Movement at:
Connects the 5th Universal Music Day and the wonderful work, teaching and teachers of

Please contact: or for a teacher near you to create a wonderful event for the 2nd Saturday of October each year or anytime!

Mary Knysh of Music, Rhythm, Movement &

Mary is an amazing workshop leader and Musician. She enlivens Corporations, Schools and Communities through Music, Rhythm and Movement Exploration and Play!
These interactive, improvisational workshops and trainings provide participants with skills & techniques that encourage freedom for self-expression while having plenty of FUN making music together!
➢ You will join other people of all ages and musical abilities in an inspirational and supportive community in which each has the opportunity to explore and express their unique creativity while experiencing the joys of improvising together.
➢ You will learn concepts that are immediately accessible – applicable to any instrument or voice – yet profound enough to explore for a lifetime!

Her upcoming schedule is:

August 20th (workshop) & August 21st (Facilitator Training) in Santa Cruz
August 27th (workshop) in Albany, CA (near San Francisco)

Where? Santa Cruz Music Together, 239 High Street, Santa Cruz, CA
St. Alban’s Church, 1501 Washington Avenue, Albany, CA, 94707

What Time?
MRM Workshops (8/20-Santa Cruz) and (8/27- Albany): 1:30pm – 6pm
MRM Music Improvisation Facilitator Training (8/21): 11am – 6pm

How Do I Register? Online
or by check: Santa Cruz: MMI/MRM Workshop, PO Box 493, Capitola, CA 95010
Albany: Alison Cardinet, 725 Everett St, El Cerrito, CA, 94530
What Participants are saying:
“Very quickly into the workshop, Mary established a collaborative, safe, and supportive environment in which I felt free to play, able to experiment, and ready to grow.” – Princeton workshop participant

“ I was effortlessly led by Mary Knysh to make music with a group of people at a higher level than I thought possible. We sang, moved and played instruments forming a true community of sound. And finally, I felt like a Music Together Teacher, filled with the joy of making music, excited to go back and share that with my families and hopefully help awaken their own joy at making music themselves.” – Music Together Teacher

Then she is off to Japan for more inspiring presentations! We will get that schedule for all those in Japan!

Who is Gary Malkin?

Gary Malkin is a multiple Emmy, CLIO, and ASCAP award-winning composer, producer and recording artist dedicated to making a difference in the world by creating music-driven media and events that inspire the heart and catalyze individual and social healing. He is a dynamic presenter, passionately speaking and performing on the vital role music and the media can serve as a catalyst for greater emotional and spiritual coherence throughout our world’s institutions.

Gary is the co-creator of the internationally acclaimed book and CD set, Graceful Passages: A Companion for Living and Dying, produced by his life-enhancing media production company, Wisdom of the World. Wisdom of the World is dedicated to producing innovative ways to access and experience spoken messages from the world’s known and unknown visionaries so that we might live our lives and face our transitions with more mindfulness and compassion. He is the founder, along with co-author Michael Stillwater, of a non-profit organization, Companion Arts, dedicated to addressing the rampant ‘burn out’ in the caregiver community, while integrating the values of a tolerant spirituality into our health care systems through provider-focused educational programs and resources called Care for the Journey.

In June of 2005, he and Stillwater received the first annual Elisabeth Kubler-Ross Award for significant contribution to the field of End of Life, sharing the award with internationally known speakers and authors, Frank Ostaseski of the Meta institute, and Joan Halifax of the Upaya Institute, both nationally respected educational institutions for end of life professionals.

He has given keynotes, presentations, and performances for the Harvard Medical School/George Washington Institute for Spirituality and Health’s’ Conference on Spirituality and Health, Healing Journeys: Cancer as a Turning Point Conferences; Scripps Clinic, National Hospice and Palliative Care Association, Association for Professional Chaplains, Casa De La Luz Hospice’s The Unbroken Circle: Deepening the Power of Presence at the End of Life, The British Columbia Hospice and Palliative Care Association, Institute for Noetic Sciences, The Center for Integrative Medicine, as well as the Sunstone Cancer Center, among many others. He is a contributing author to the recently released Oxford University Press compilation edited by Dr. Christina Puchalski, entitled, A Time for Listening and Caring: Spirituality at the End of Life, for an essay on the power of music as a catalyst for greater meaning during the end of life process.

Gary is proud to have served as the Artistic Director for a number of global events, such as the ’04 and ‘06 Quest for Global Healing Conferences, featuring Archbishop Desmond Tutu and other Nobel Laureates, in Bali, Indonesia. He was asked to serve as Artistic Director for the Noetic Sciences International Conference on Health and Consciousness, weaving relevant arts performances throughout. In 2006 at San Francisco’s Grace Cathedral, Gary was the producer of
a breathtaking Middle Eastern Peace Concert, Music Heals, to a capacity audience, gathering together multi-faith musicians from all over the embattled region. For all of these events, his role was to revitalize the role the performing arts could play within a conference setting that gathered around a particular theme, dramatically deepening the involvement of the participants exponentially.

In May of 2008, TED Curator, Chris Anderson, commissioned him to compose the theme package for the global media phenomenon, PANGEA DAY. Airing on Chinese national television during the 2008 Beijing Olympics, he was the only American featured performer in the Great Hall of China as part of an annual cultural festival where he was introduced as a pioneer in the field of music and healing.

After many years of exploring the power of combining music with spoken wisdom, he and his team are now launching a new concept in contemporary digital media called WisdomFIlms: Media for Human Being” featuring the world’s known and unknown visionaries, awakened with the power of music and imagery. Through his performances, presentations and recordings, he is committed to promoting a greater understanding of the power of music and the media arts as a potential source of healing and integration of body, mind, spirit and heart. His websites are,,, and

To Contact Gary for a Public Speaking Engagement, Keynote Speech, Renewal Retreat, or Workshop, please call Wisdom of the World at 888 242 6608 or email him at

Gary Malkin of Honorary Chair 5th Annual UMD

Join the world community in Music-making!

Honorary chair, GARY MALKIN –
Emmy award-winning composer & founder of – encourages everyone to 
unite in this worldwide effort.

WHEN: October 08, 2011

WHERE: Take the initiative at your school, 
place of worship, park, club, community,
 business or family gathering.

HOW: For ideas & inspiration, and to get your
 event on the worldwide calendar, 
contact: Universal Music Day at 727-804-4908 or

WHY: Music-making is everyone’s birthright!
Take this opportunity to have fun and
“Speak the Universal Language of MUSIC!”

Meet Cymphonique!

Experience the musical magic of the Piano Wizard method with our Cymphonique Starter Software.

A really cool video game – real music playing!

The Cymphonique Piano Wizard Starter Version is the perfect – and affordable way to “get started” using the Piano Wizard method.. Just match the color-coded key on your keyboard with the color game object on your screen and you’re playing a song!

2018 Come and Play

2018 Universal Music Day Please go to our Facebook Event page and like us!

Bring young people, they will have bragging rights in 40 years.

Please Donate

Creating Music and Reading Progams
for Children in the St. Petersburg, FL


The Gift of Music

Invite a Speaker

Susan has extensive training in the
Power and Importance of Music, Music Making and the Arts for people of all ages and loves to share that information!

Susan will speak on Saturday at the Palm Beach Music Therapy Institute Conference

An Online Educational Symposium on the Creative Arts Therapies  Saturday, August 4th and Sunday, August 5th 2018: 8am-8pm

Call: 727.804.4908
Email: spg at