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The power of sound to heal
The power of sound to heal

There's no doubt music is good for the soul, but now researchers are finding it works wonders for the body. The Healing Center will host the Second Annual Sacred Music Festival, a celebration of spiritual music from around the globe featuring Hindu kirtankars, Jewish cantors, Japanese taiko drummers and Southern gospel singers on Saturday, March 16. Over the last few decades, the healing musical traditions that inspired the festival have found their way into conventional medicine as music therap

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Brad Rhines on the NOSMF / Gambit
Brad Rhines on the NOSMF / Gambit

PHOTO BY SCOTT SALTZMAN John Boutte and cantor Jamie Marx perform at the 2012 Jazz Fest Shabbat. The Sacred Music Festival features spiritual musical traditions from around the globe. The all-day event, which takes place Saturday at the New Orleans Healing Center, features reggae rhythms, Hindu mantras, Southern spirituals and other genres that bridge sacred and secular musical traditions. Read more: http://www.bestofneworleans.com/gambit/preview-new-orleans-sacred-music-festival/Content?oid=2

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OffBeat / NOSMF Sacred Music 2012
OffBeat / NOSMF Sacred Music 2012

MARCH 1, 2012by: ELIZABETH TRAN0 COMMENTS SHARE: New Orleans Sacred Music Festival 2012 The Sacred Music Festival will bring together pastors, priests, Tibetan monks, Native Americans, rabbis and all things spiritual. The festival will host not just gospel music performances, but also Jewish sacred music, Hindu music, Aruban prayers, drum circles, Vodou ceremonies, African ballet and even spontaneous local jazz. “We’re going to have different, diverse faith leaders doing prayers at the beginnin

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NOLA.com / Steven Fforster's Big Eas
NOLA.com / Steven Fforster's Big Eas

Executive producer Sallie Ann Glassman was all smiles as the 2nd year of the Sacred Music Festival “Spirit Grooves” at the New Orleans Healing Center on Saturday, March 16, 2013, which brought together outstanding musicians and performers from diverse spiritual cultures for a glorious all-day party which doubled in attendance from last year. The Saturday celebration upheld sacred music as the power to heal and create bridges of peace across all our communities and this festival was the perfect f

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NOSMF Brings Many Cultures Together
NOSMF Brings Many Cultures Together

Healing Center’s Sacred Music Festival Brings Many Cultures Together: Sallie Ann Glassman, Vodou Priestess Interview by Morgan Molthrop

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The New Orleans Healing Center hosts
The New Orleans Healing Center hosts

The New Orleans Healing Center hosts a two-night festival combining prayers and religious rites, drumming and spiritual music. A Hindu fire ceremony kicks off the festival Saturday and there also will be a Voodoo ceremony, Jewish and Sufi music, and invocations offered from many religious traditions from around the globe. Performers and genres range from gospel singers and Mardi Gras Indian music to African percussion by Kora Konnection and Seguenon Kone and Ivoire Spectacle (pictured) and Sean

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