Join Rob Meyer-Kukan and Celia van den Bogert for this special event celebrating the sound of harp and bowls. Join us as we celebrate our 7th business anniversary with this restorative and delightful pairing of instruments.
Please bring a mat and any additional supports you would like for your comfort (blankets, pillows, bolster, eye pillow, etc). A limited number of yoga blankets will be available. Current COVID safety protocols will be observed. Please use the practice of personal accountability, as far as health goes prior to the event.
Investment: $50 Advanced Registration Required
Space is limited, please register early.
Regretfully, we are unable to accommodate registrations or payments at the door. Advanced registration and payment is required to secure your space at this event.
Doors will open 15 minutes prior, please arrive early to allow time to check-in and get settled. Doors will close promptly at the starting time of the event. Ample FREE parking is available onsite.
7 Notes Natural Health, LLC reserves the right to adjust this event based on concerns related to COVID-19. Learn more about 7 Notes Natural Health by visiting: www.7notesnaturalhealth.com
Meet our Special Guest...
Celia van den Bogert started studying the harp before entering the 8th grade at Roxboro Middle School in Cleveland Heights, OH. Following her experiences playing piano and flute, this new adventure would open up a world of new sound possibilities.
Currently based in Ypsilanti, MI, Celia plays in the band MoonGreen (hp/bassoon). Celia’s playing can be heard on recordings of the Creative Arts Orchestra, and Symphony Band
large ensembles, both of which call U of M School of Music, Theatre and Dance home. As an improviser, she has collaborated with dancers, directors, and actors. In 2018, she studied for a
semester at Utrechts Conservatorium and while there, performed improvisations with members
of the Rood Noot and BUI (Bevordering Utrechtse Improvisatie) collectives. Celia has performed with the Adrian Symphony, AEPEX Contemporary Performance, and the Midland Symphony in the areas surrounding Ann Arbor. As a soloist, she has appeared with M.U.S.i.C. (Northeast
Ohio) and Ann Arbor Camerata ensembles. She holds a BM in Music Performance from the
University of Michigan with supplemental study in mathematics, and is currently an assistant
teacher at Ann Arbor Children's House Montessori school.
Her main teachers have included Jody Guinn, Jennifer Ellis, Joan Holland, Erika
Waardenburg, Esmée Olthuis, and Mark Kirschenmann. Other interests or activities she pursues in her free time include walking in nature, fractal images, spending time with cats, and listening to David Bowie.