Ayni Projects Presents

Ian Dogole & René Jenkins
Sacred Spaces and Wild Places

Saturday Evening, October 27th

Munay Farm Sound Temple (North Petaluma)*
7:00 pm – Doors Open / 8:00 pm – Concert

Two adventurous musical spirits who delight in the here and now. Over the last few years, internationally acclaimed recording artist and multipercussionist Ian Dogole (www.iandogole.com) and master multi-instrumentalist and sound healer René Jenkins (www.vibetherapy.org) have developed a symbiotic chemistry that knows no bounds. Their musical forays are deeply rooted in the ancestral indigenous music cultures of the Americas, Africa and beyond and when combined with their irrepressible spirit of adventure, the result is a sonic feast for the senses and an uplifting, healing experience that is transformational.

On Saturday evening, October 27th, Ian and René will once again unite their talents and musical worldviews in the warm and welcoming Munay Farm sanctuary. If you’ve ever experienced these two musicians in concert, you already know how entrancing and energized their performances can be.

Feel free to arrive up to an hour before the show so that you can commune with one another before getting comfortable in our lovely sound temple. Adult beverages will be available for purchase prior to the concert.


  • René Jenkins – Native American, Zapotec and Mayan drone flutes, didjeridu, trombone, condor quill antara (Andean pan flute), djembe and assorted bowls, bells and rattles
  • Ian Dogole – udu, kalimbas, hang, doumbek, talking drum, bells and shakers
  • View a video of René Jenkins, Ian Dogole and Kim Atkinson in concert - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fcd2b4RzrI8

    Tickets: $25 – Wine and other beverages will be available for purchase at a nominal price.

    A portion of the proceeds from this concert will go to support The Beneficiencia in Carhuaz , Peru for the purchase of wheelchairs, walkers and crutches for disabled people who can not afford them.

    Purchase tickets online here.

    * Exact concert location will be emailed upon completion of your online purchase.

    Ayni Projects
    [i-nee] (n.)
    A Quechua word meaning reprocity whose underlying premise is; so as I give, so shall I be provided for. A principle which when operant in any relationship, group, or system creates a field of intention that allows for the possibility of positive change, synchronicity and miracles.

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