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April 16, 2016 Concert
Written by Administrator   
Tuesday, 15 March 2016 13:44

Concerts at the Farm Series (North Petaluma*)
Invites you to experience

The Enchanting Sonic Sculptures of PANArt
Featuring the Hang, Gubal, Hang® Gudu
& Other Indigenous Instruments from Across the Globe


Matt Venuti & Ian Dogole
Special Guest Robert M. Powell

Saturday Evening, April 16
7:00 pm (Pre-concert Culinary Treats) / 8:00 pm Concert

Ayni Projects is happy to announce the return of the Concerts at the Farm series on Saturday evening, April 16th. Ailish Schutz, Ayni Projects founder and Ian Dogole (www.iandogole.com), musical director, invite you to the Munay Farm sanctuary to experience the captivating contemporary melodic percussion instrument from Switzerland called the Hang.

Joining Ian in this unique musical collaboration is one of the world’s most prolific Hang music performers – Matt Venuti (www.mattvenuti.com). Together, they will take you on a musical adventure that features several generations of the Hang and two new PANArt instruments called the Tubal and Hang® Gudu (among the first ever in the U.S.). Ian’s instrumental compositions and Matt’s heart-inspired vocal songs will be among a diverse range of musical settings, which will include both ensemble and solo performances. For added depth and color, Ian and Matt have solicited the stellar talents of Robert M. Powell (www.robertpowellmusic.com), a virtuoso performer on guitars of all types, as well as a highly acclaimed composer and producer.

If you’ve ever heard the entrancing sounds of the Hang, you already know how uplifting and transporting this wondrous instrument can be. If you are new to this instrument, get ready for a transformational experience.

As is customary at our concerts, the evening will commence with some tasty snacks, sweets and libations and opportunities for all of you to commune with one another before getting comfortable in our lovely sound temple where we can take in the spring evening with the intoxicating sounds of the PANArt sound sculptures.

And when the concert is over, you can go sit by the pond and if the frogs are in just the right mood, they will sing for you.

We look forward to seeing you at the Farm!

Proceeds from this concert will go to support the Chaupin School in Carhuaz, Peru.

Tickets: $35 – Includes a substantial appetizer, something sweet and a beverage of your choice (wine or non-alcoholic). Additional appetizers and beverages will be available at a nominal price.

Purchase tickets online at http://www.ayniprojects.com/news-and-events/events.html. * Exact concert location will be emailed upon completion of your online purchase.


  • Ian Dogole – Hangs (1st generation and Integral), Hang® Gudu, Udu (Nigerian clay pot), African Talking Drum & East African Kalimba
  • Matt Venuti – Hangs (2nd generation and Free Integral), Gubal, Vocals
  • Robert M. Powell – Pedal Steel, Slide & Acoustic Guitars, Vocals

Hang / Tubal Videos:

Matt Venuti
Promo video – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=evpV9JIv5j8
Gubal video – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDTFLOqiQnw

Ian Dogole
“Brother Pax” – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bMep9z_PRG8
“Mirror Images” – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qNZCQewfRZ0

Musician Bios

Ian Dogole

For over 30 years, Ian Dogole (www.iandogole.com) has articulated his vision of Global Fusion Music as a multipercussionist, bandleader, educator, recording artist, composer and producer. He has released seven records and a DVD as a leader – Along the Route, Dangerous Ground, Ionospheres, Night Harvest, Convergence, Crossroads, Outside the Box – Jazz Journeys & Worlds Beyond and Ian Dogole & Hemispheres In Concert (DVD). Ian has recorded and performed with artists such as Hamza el Din, Tito La Rosa, Richie Cole, Paul Mccandleuss and Alex de Grassi. He performs on a wide variety of African, Middle Eastern and South American percussion instruments, including the udu, cajon, Hang, African talking drum, kalimba and dumbek. Ian has received numerous grants, including a Jazz Performance Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts, three recent grants from the San Francisco Friends of Chamber Music (SFFCM) to present musical tribute concerts in honor of jazz legends Woody Shaw, Wayne Shorter and Randy Weston, and multiple grants from the Marin Arts Council. Ian is very active as a music educator – having presented assemblies to more than 60,000 elementary school students in his four seasons with the San Francisco Symphony’s Adventures in Music program, three seasons presenting a global world music appreciation series to students at Redwood High School and a recent presentation of a world music appreciation course for senior citizens through the Osher Life Learning Institute at Dominican University. Ian has also offered his music education programs through numerous nonprofit organizations, including Bread & Roses, Young Imaginations, Youth in Arts and Young Audiences of the Bay Area.

Matt Venuti

Composer, performer and masterful instrumentalist Matt Venuti tours 10 months out of the year singing his original compositions while accompanying himself on the Swiss-made Hang and Gubal; innovative new instruments made famous through the internet but extremely rare to encounter live. The sounds from these instruments have the potential to impart a powerful and positive effect on the listener, and Matt is a gifted player who takes his audiences on a melodic and rhythmic journey while singing songs that “open the heart, quiet the mind, and touch the soul”. It’s a magical experience that is at once contemplative, energizing enchanting and fun! Matt also weaves intriguing dialogue about the instruments and his experience as a composer and musical shaman who has persevered and grown through some of life’s profound challenges. Matt’s compositions and performances have been commended by his world-wide fans. He has a history of performing at progressive happenings like the TED Conferences and diverse concert venues either as a soloist or with his San Francisco-based ensemble, The Venusians. Visit Matt’s website at www.mattvenuti.com for video excerpts of his performances and demonstrations of the Hang and Tubal.

“Matt’s performance opens the heart, quiets the mind and touches the soul.” – Arun Gandhi, author, lecturer, grandson of Mahatma Gandhi

“A fabulous one-man concert” – Eddie King, president, Arts in the Parks, Nashville, TN

“Akin to the Aurora Borealis for your ears” – James Stimpson, Charlottesville Weekly

“One of the world’s premier players of the Hang” – Washington Post

“A soul-stirring Maestro who invokes the essence of love into his music” – Jill Lawson, Huffington Post

Robert M. Powell

Musician and producer Robert Powell has worked with a veritable United Nations of artists from around the world, including Ustad Salamat Ali Khan, Titos Sompa, Clothesline Revival, Kundalini Boombox, Airto Moreira, Deva Premal, Kingfish, The Venusians, Shana Morrison and Roy Rogers, to name a few. Through his work with Amnesty International he has co-produced and performed on recordings by Peter Gabriel, John Lee Hooker, Jackson Browne and others. Robert recently released a five-song EP of his band Everett Tree and is at work on a full album for release in the fall of 2016. A multi-instrumentalist, Robert plays all manner of guitars, as well as a variety of other stringed and not-so-stringed instruments but is perhaps best known for his distinctive approach to the pedal steel guitar. He currently produces various artists at his recording studio in Fairfax, CA and composes music for documentary and independent films. T o learn more about Robert, visit www.Robertpowellmusic.com or www.Everetttree.com

PANArt Instruments

Hang & Gubal

The Hang is a contemporary musical instrument, often referred to as a “sound-sculpture” created in 2000 by Felix Rohner and Sabina Schärer, owners of a small company called PANArt in Bern, Switzerland. By the year 2013, following the evolution of several generations of several thousand Hang instruments, PANArt had decided to focus on a new creation, the Tubal.

Both the Hang and Gubal are made from a steel-based alloy called Pang®, a patented material developed by the instrument makers themselves. This material is partly what gives their instruments such a captivating sound with the slightest of effort. The non-linear, somewhat cosmic playing field, the richness of tone, the unprecedented versatility of playing options and the dynamic response to the slightest touch has caught the attention of the masses and has generated a legion of devoted players and listeners worldwide.

Hang® Gudu

The Hang® Gudu is a hand-played percussion instrument that projects the enchanting sonic properties and resonance of Pang®, a composite material developed by PANArt, while honoring the indigenous udu clay pot from Nigeria. Matt Venuti was the first to transport this recent creation to the U.S and tonight, Ian Dogole will be performing on what is likely the second such instrument to cross our borders.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 16 March 2016 11:16
July 9th 2016 Concert
Written by Administrator   
Tuesday, 15 March 2016 13:44

Ayni Projects and Concerts at the Farm Present

Ian Dogole & René Jenkins

with Special Guest Rafael Meza

Sacred Spaces and Wild Places

Saturday Evening, July 9
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, Global Fusion Music 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, July 9th, Ian and René will once again unite their talents and musical worldviews in the warm and welcoming Munay Farm sanctuary. If you were in attendance last year at René’s Weya CD Release Concert or at the performance featuring Peruvian multi-instrumentalist/shaman Tito La Rosa, you already know how compelling and entrancing these musicians are. And we have a delightful treat at the conclusion of this performance, when the charming and lyrical Rafael Meza will regale us with his guitar and voice (with Ian and René accompanying) on a few “huayños,” (or “wayñus” in Quechua), a highly popular musical form that originated in the Andean highlands. The huayño is believed to have developed during colonial Peruvian times (mid-1500s). This music is sure to send everyone home with a smile on their face and a bounce in their step.

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. And when the concert is over, you can go sit by the pond and if the frogs are in just the right mood, they might sing for you.


  • René Jenkins – Native American, Zapotec and Mayan drone flutes, didjeridu, antara (Andean pan flute), djembe and assorted bowls, bells and rattles
  • Ian Dogole – udu, kalimbas, hang, doumbek, talking drum, cajon, bells and shakers
  • Rafael Meza – guitar and vocals

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 Chaupin School in Carhuaz, Peru.

NOTE: We are no longer serving food at these concerts, so please don’t arrive hungry.

Purchase tickets online at http://www.ayniprojects.com/news-and-events/events.html.
* Exact concert location will be emailed upon completion of your online purchase.

Last Updated on Monday, 13 June 2016 09:37
Mama Pacha Sanctuary
Written by Administrator   
Wednesday, 30 December 2015 11:40

The Mama Pacha Sanctuary located in the Amazonian Region of Peru, aims to conserve, preserve and protect a wide variety of indigenous Amazonian plants. It is a place to study and share information once central to the indigenous people of the Amazon.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 30 December 2015 12:05
Concert at The Farm Series - August Update
Written by Administrator   
Tuesday, 04 August 2015 00:46

Concerts at the Farm Series

(North Petaluma*)

Alex de Grassi, Ian Dogole & Paul McCandless

Saturday Evening, September 12
7:00 pm (Pre-concert Culinary Treats) / 8:00 pm Concert

Three originals. Three musical explorers. Their music knows no boundaries.

As the summer season draws to a close, the Concerts at the Farm Series will fire up again on Saturday evening, September 12, when Alex de Grassi, Paul McCandless and Ian Dogole take the Munay Farm “stage” for an unforgettable evening of highly adventurous music. Whether playing jazz, indigenous music from the far corners of the globe or any other style that inspires their quest, these three innovators revel in the art of musical story-telling along with improvisational forays into the great unknown.

This concert is likely to sell out so be sure to reserve your seat right away to share in an unforgettable evening of music.

• Alex de Grassi – guitar

• Ian Dogole – global percussion

• Paul McCandless – woodwinds

Grammy-nominated guitarist Alex de Grassi’s early Windham Hill recordings of original music as well as his arrangements of folk, jazz, and world music have influenced a whole generation of young players. For more information, visit www.degrassi.com

Multipercussionst Ian Dogole’s most recent recording, “Outside the Box – Jazz Journeys & Worlds Beyond,” attained Top 50 airplay on the jazzweek.com radio airplay list. He was recently awarded a grant from the San Francisco Friends of Chamber Music (SFFCM) to present a tribute concert honoring the Afro-inspired musical legacy of legendary jazz pianist Randy Weston. For more information, visit www.iandogole.com

During a distinguished career, Grammy-nominated woodwind virtuoso and composer Paul McCandless has brought a soaring lyricism to his playing and composing that has been integral to the ensemble sound of two seminal world music bands, the original Paul Winter Consort and the relentlessly innovative quartet, Oregon. For more information, visit http://oregonband.com/bio/paul-mccandless/

Tickets: $35 (Includes an appetizer, something sweet and a beverage of your choice (wine or non-alcoholic). Additional appetizers and beverages will be available at a nominal price.

To purchase tickets online, visit http://www.ayniprojects.com/news-and-events/events.html

Proceeds from this concert will go to support the Chaupin School in Carhuaz, Peru.

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

Last Updated on Tuesday, 04 August 2015 00:49
Ayni Projects Welcomes back Tito La Rosa 2015
Written by Administrator   
Wednesday, 06 May 2015 11:41

Ayni Projects Welcomes back Tito La Rosa

Photo: Odette Velez Valcarcel

You are invited to
Cantos para Nacer

Songs for being Born

To celebrate with us the theme of Birth.

"The theme of this visit is embodied in the word Paqarina. It is the lake. It is the source, it is every place of and every moment of birth, every space that generates creativity and life. When we are creating, we are a Paqarina, when something opens within us, we are a Paqarina." -- Tito La Rosa

To reserve a space in any of the events below, unless otherwise noted, you can register online at www.ayniprojects.com/events or call 415-990-9042

Please post or pass this Information on to people who you feel might be interested. Thank You.

Schedule of Events


Benefit Concert at Munay Farm with Tito La Rosa, Ian Dogole and Special Guest Rene Jenkins This evening will include Peruvian snacks, Pisco Sours and an assortment of desserts.
Saturday Night May 30, 7pm $40.

Proceeds from this concert will go to support the Chaupin School in Carhuaz, Peru

Group Sound Healing Sessions/Concerts with Tito

Monday, Memorial Day , May 25, 4pm and Saturday night June 6, 7pm
Maximum 40 people $40. per person.

Flower Ceremonies

What is a flower ceremony? - A Tito Tradition, Click here for a full description.
Friday, May 29, 7pm, Friday, June, 5, 7pm Monday June 8, 7pm, Maximum 12 people $100 to $150 sliding scale.

Sacred Chakana Ceremony

Sunday May 31, 3pm

This workshop/ceremony is a shamanic journey of teachings and sound that explore the symbols of the traditional Andean Altar It is a journey into the inner world of the Andean Cosmovision through word, sound writing and drawing and sharing in small groups.. Below Tito writes:

"The Chakana (square cross) is the symbol of symbols in the Ancestral Andean Tradition. It is said that it was not created and that it always existed. The Chakana is that which orders the universe, the space that is within and the space that is outside. Within the Chakana are contained the three worlds. The Hanan Pacha, The Uhju Pacha and the Kay Pacha. The Grandfathers and the Grandmothers of the tradition divided the world, the Chakana, into these three worlds, the Hanan Pacha, the world above, The Uhju Pacha, the world within, and the Kay Pacha, the world of the present or the here and now. This workshop-ceremony is a shamanic journey into these three dimensions of time and space and life.

The Chakana is also a celebration of life and its diversity. It is a bridge to the cosmic, to the trancendent, and to ones interior. The Chakana is sacred geometry, it is sound and it is Light. In this workshop we will also work with the four sacred directions, with your chaupin, your center, your power, and your essence.

This ceremony workshop lasts between four and five hours. $110.

Pacarina: Ritual de Nacimiento

Saturday June 6, 11am

In the Andean tradition, Paqarina is a word and symbol which refers to the origin, which links us to the dawn, with birth and with life. Paqarina is the lake. It is the source, it is every place of and every moment of birth and every space that generates creativity and life. When we are creating, we are a Paqarina, when something opens within us, we are a Paqarina.

Like all transcendental words, there exists in the meaning of Paqarina the idea of duality that is complementary, like the opening and closing of cycles, so that if there is to be a dawn or a beginning, a cycle has to be closed. The closing Paqarina weaves the possibility of the opening of a new time. In this process we ask ourselves, what cycle must end, what spaces should close, what part of me must die so that life can arise again, so that I can start a new cycle, and open a new space within me and in my life.

This ceremony is a ritual of passage and of birth that allows us to close a cycle so that we can open a new cycle. We will have a sacred moment with the the sacred element of water and with messages from Grandparents from the four sacred directions of our Tradition to assist us to dissolve and purify everything we have to leave behind to make space for what we want to be born. On paper we will write and draw from a state of higher consciousness, exploring all that we want to release and transform from our past and our present life. Then we will visualize, and give breath and shape to our dreams together, working with nine sound vibrations of the Andean Tradition in a shamanic journey of inner transformation, life and birth.

This ceremony is between 3-4 hours in length and is for a minimum of 8 people and a maximum 16 people. $100.

Studying with Tito

El Poder Curativa de los instrumentos Ancestrales de Antigua Peru

(The Healing Power of the Ancestral Instruments of Ancient Peru)

This course is my favorite thing that Tito does.” -- Ailish Schutz

This class in sound healing from Tito's perspective, is an exploration of how to work with sound in a shamanic way to assist in healing. It is both demonstration and hands on practice and is different every time it is taught. One does not have to be a musician to participate.

Private Sound Healing Sessions

By appointment, please call 415-990-9042. - 1 person
 $300. - 2 people 
$350. - 3 people
 $375. 4 people $400

Reading of the Oracle of the Abuelos: THE MESA ANDINA

This work is based on the Andean Cosmovision or Mesa. An Andean Mesa is an altar with symbols of power from our tradition. The ancient Elders or AMAUTAS who were the teachers and guardians of the tradition, passed down to us symbols to be read and interpreted. These Symbols are an Oracle. An Oracle is a message, it is a symbolic path, a guide. An Oracle is a metaphor of Life. In this one on one session we work with the Andean mesa, a sacred altar of the Tradition along with the sounds and spirits of 13 musical instruments. The session lasts two and a half hours. $300. One person $350 for a couple. By appointment 415-990-9042.

Private Music Lessons

Tito is available to work with individuals on learning instruments that he plays or to assist students in working with their own instruments and sound healing practice. For more information or an appointment, please call 415-990-9042.

As always we will are asking for donations for the Chaupin School. So far we have raised about $3,000. for this school year that ends at the end of December with the goal to raise at least $ 6,000. or more to complete the year. If you would like to "adopt a child" for the school year, a fifty dollar monthly donation, or donate any other amount please click here to donate. Thank you.

If your interested in Tito's music remember that CDs & MP3s can be purchased online at www.SerpienteAlada.com.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 May 2015 13:32
Ayni Projects Presents...Concerts At The Farm
Written by Administrator   
Saturday, 25 October 2014 00:00

Ayni Projects (www.ayniprojects.com), a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, is launching an exciting new concert series at its enchanting sanctuary in north Petaluma. The new Concerts at the Farm series signals a brand new dimension to Ayni’s outreach with a mission to support the arts, support musicians who give their lives to their art and the communities they uplift, and continue to provide funding for Ayni’s humanitarian projects in the Central Andes in Peru.

Musicians featured in these intimate concerts represent a diverse spectrum of styles that span the “World,” Jazz and Classical arenas with much cross-pollination. The thread that ties all of these performances together is the principle of “Ayni” or reciprocity, through the mutual experience of healing and uplift that occurs when musicians and audiences interact in such an intimate and welcoming environment as the Munay Farms sanctuary.

A Vision of “Ayni” (Reciprocity) and Community
According to series organizer and percussionist Ian Dogole, “I have had the immense pleasure of performing in this magical space on numerous occasions, often with my musical hermano, Tito La Rosa, and the experiences have been both transcendent and unforgettable. Thanks to Ayni Projects founder and series host Ailish Schutz, we now have an opportunity to reach out to our local community with a series of world-class musical performances that is designed to elevate our spirits and bring us all closer together at a time when there is so much chaos and struggle across the planet.”

Performers in the Inaugural Season
One of the intriguing elements of the Concerts at the Farm series is the programming of unusual combinations of performers of diverse backgrounds and cultures who are not only stellar musicians and composers; they are bandleaders and visionaries. This is sure to generate thrilling new possibilities that our guests will experience up-close and in the moment.

Here is a small sample of musicians you will hear in varying combinations during our initial season: Tito La Rosa, Ian Dogole, René Jenkins, Jennifer Curtis, Yassir Chadly, Pauchi Sasaki, Gary Malkin, Matthew Montfort (Ancient Future), Mariah Parker, Paul McCandless, Deborah Winters and many more.

The Concert Experience at the Munay Farms Sanctuary
When you attend a concert at the Munay Farms sanctuary, the feeling is akin to a homey, oversized living room where you can stretch out and still be close enough to the music to feel like you are part of it. The environment is warm and inviting and conducive to a powerful and memorable listening experience.

Community Drumming (and Dancing) at the Farm
One of the most uplifting and healthful activities we can share is the playing of drums as a group. And what could be a more welcoming environment in which to revel in the beat of the drum than the Munay Farms sanctuary?

We invite you to bring your drum (or use one of ours) and join percussionist Ian Dogole in a warm, wild and welcoming ritual of community drumming that will call in the spirits and drive out the demons. And if you just want to dance, come on down and shake it up with us. Stay tuned for dates and times for future drumming extravaganzas.

Upcoming Concerts
Doors open at 7:00 and concerts begin at 8:00 unless otherwise noted.

Saturday, January 17 – Ian Dogole, Matthew Montfort & Mariah Parker – A Magic Carpet Ride Across the Great Musical Divide

Tickets/Reservations – $25 (available online here or at the door). You can purchase tickets online by Paypal or by cash or check at the door. Concert location will be emailed upon completion of your online purchase.


Ian Dogole – udu, cajon, dumbek, kalimba, hang, world percussion

Matthew Montfort – scalloped fretboard and electric guitars

Mariah Parker – piano, santur

Since the late 70s, percussionist Ian Dogole and guitarist Matthew Montfort have been creating multicultural music that knows no boundaries. As the leader of a variety of ensembles, Dogole has integrated the music of many cultures into a highly adventurous, Jazz-based melting pot while Montfort, the architect behind the pioneering world fusion ensemble Ancient Future (including Ian Dogole on five recordings) has assimilated elements of many indigenous music traditions, including those of Indonesia, India and the Middle East, into a captivating brew of cross-cultural delights. Pianist / santurist / composer Mariah Parker has crafted her own delicious blend of “world jazz” as leader of her Indo Latin Jazz Ensemble, which just happens to include Dogole and Montfort. Her compositions are captivating, uplifting and complex. The melding of these three unique musical talents is sure to stir the imagination and transport you to new aural oases never heard before. Fasten your seatbelts and prepare to journey to distant lands.

View a video of Mariah Parker’s Indo-Latin Jazz Ensemble here – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZZhEPGOag30&list=UUw_bNDIooHZz1jD3n5i7qTA

View a video of Ancient Future here – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ro0VAo7a9BY

View a video of Ian Dogole here – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MiOAjWHrCXc

Unless otherwise stated, tickets for concert series events are $25, which includes an appetizer and a beverage of your choice (wine or non-alcoholic). Additional appetizers and beverages will be available at a nominal price.

For more information about the new Concerts at the Farm series, visit here. To learn more about all of Ayni Projects’ humanitarian initiatives in Peru, visit here.

Dear Tito La Rosa Friends and Fans...
Written by Administrator   
Monday, 15 September 2014 00:15

Dear Tito la Rosa Friends and Fans. We received notification today that Tito will not be coming as had been planned this week. We respect and honor his decision and we will let you know when he comes back to visit in the States. Tito wanted to express his apologies for not coming after he had said that he would. He appreciates the love and support that he always receives when he is here and through the invisible world when he is not here. This decision after careful deliberation is essentially about well being and timing. There is nothing to worry about. All is well. Thank you for your love and support. May you have a blessed Equinox and rest of 2014 and Beyond.

From Tito:

Dear Friends, Brothers and Sisters of Ayni community,

I regret to inform you that I have had to make the decision not to travel to San Francisco for my current tour. Family and personal reasons forced me to make this difficult decision not to accompany you on this trip.

The reasons are related to the moment I’m living. Mariel and I will have a baby girl who will be born next month, and it’s important to be together during this last period of waiting. On the other hand, my mother has been ill and I also feel it’s necessary my presence next to her in this moment.

I ask apologies for the suspension of my tour, but I don’t have the peace and strength necessary for a profound healing journey of ceremonies. I know you will understand this time.

I also apologize to the organizers and all those who are generously helping with the organization of this tour, likewise I apologize to my brothers and sisters musicians who always accompany me with its sounds and presence.

A big hug from my sounds, from my heart, and we’ll meet very soon.
Tito La Rosa

Last Updated on Thursday, 18 September 2014 13:04
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