Official tour dates
Our "one tunic" pilgrimage is approaching!
As we prepare to embark on our “one tunic” pilgrimage and small concert tour, we are deepening the details of what we are bringing with us.
Our 6-year-old has already packed :)
The grown ups will have small backpacks with camel packs that have a built-in cooler for food storage, and the little ones will be able to carry their extra set of soft merino wool outfits, a sweater, and their sketch books.
Here are the concert dates:
Sept 9-11th - Gdańsk, Poland
Sept 17th - Isle of Lewis (tba)
Sept 22nd - Wellington Church, Glasgow w/ Simon de Voil
Sept 24th - St Mary’s Holy Isle of Lindisfarne w/ Malcolm Guite
Sept 27th - Kilmore Church, Dervaig, Isle of Mull
Sept 29th - Isle of Iona (tba)
Oct 8th - Universal Hall, Findhorn
Oct 12th - Christ Church, Penrith, Cumbria
Oct 22nd - Devon, England (details tba)
Oct 28th - Meditation with Children - Meditatio Center, London
Along the way, I will be capturing footage of my ancestral lands, and of me in my ancestral lands, that will be one aspect of my Folk Opera music video, in addition to a lot of work that needs to be done on the ground here.
You can be notified by going to this link https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/thislongingisourhome/cianalas-tasknota-an-album-length-folk-opera-music-video
when the Kickstarter fundraiser goes live on August 11th. There will be 30 days to achieve the goal! You can do so by clicking on the “notify me on the launch”.
Also, here is a preview of the kickstarter video:
We’re getting very excited, and a bit jittery about this, and I look forward to including you in our journey. I will be singing in very intentionally chosen ancient buildings and spaces, and touching down in places that could be very impactful on the future of this work.
Just sending deep gratitude to you, for the work that you do in this world. For all your dreaming and for all the times you have surrendered, and looked after yourself, and looked after the whole in your way. Thank-you.
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