A Musical Journey with Max Ribner Resilient Beings: Concert & Workshop

With Spring Equinox Ostara Ceremony by the Sisters of Red Moon Temple

Saturday, Mar. 23, 2024

AyurPrana Listening Room

312 Haywood Rd

Asheville, NC 28806

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A Musical Journey with Max Ribner - Resilient Beings

When we speak, there is tone. When we move, there is rhythm. Bridging the gap between stage and audience, Max Ribner and local artists welcome you to an immersive experience where we all become part of the orchestra.

Saturday, March 23, 7:30PM
Join us for an electrifying and interactive concert experience with Max Ribner and Friends!

Saturday, March 23, 1 to 3 pm
Join us for this unique and inspiring opportunity to write a song as a community! Over two hours, we will be writing a song that presents itself in the moment while learning basic rhythms, choir parts, deep listening, and creative lyric writing. As a collective, we will journey into a prayerful space of connectivity, belonging, and coming home through song. Participants will then have the opportunity to share this song that evening during the evening performance.

All voices, ages, backgrounds, and levels of experience are welcome.

Opening Spring Equinox Ostara Ceremony
Also, join us in an opening ceremony with Ashae Tenderfire, Juniper Cloude, & Willow Victoria to welcome Ostara, the Spring Equinox, and the awakening of the Earth. The Sisters of Red Moon Temple are ritual keepers and ceremony holders honoring the wheel in its cycles. We will be co-creating ceremony together through intention setting, story, and song to celebrate the return of life and new beginnings.

About Max Ribner
What are the common threads that bridge soulful music to spiritual connection and community service?

This is the question that drives international touring artist and Berklee School of Music graduate, Max Ribner (he/him). The sound is rich, reverent, and intimate, connecting us through the lineage of music, to the stories of our ancestors. Max's unique and fusion-inspired approach to Flugelhorn and trumpet has led him to perform with artists such as Esperanza Spalding, Nahko And Medicine For The People, Rising Appalachia, Trevor Hall, and Liv Warfield (Prince). The result of years of collaboration with such a broad musical community is powerfully illustrated on Max's debut solo album,* 1st Language*, which brings 50+ artists together in a cross-continental collaboration as a sonic calling together of our collective humanity.

Inspired by a deeply personal three-year journey of being cracked open and alchemized by life’s challenges, Max’s upcoming album, Resilient Beings, will be a collection of modern-day mantras and torch-bearing songs to bring the listener a sense of coming home to self. By piecing soulful grooves with community singing, we welcome you on a musical journey that creates a path of presence by going into the heart.

www.maxribner.com • Doors open for the workshop at 12:15pm and the concert at 6:30pm


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