We are happy to announce that Raquy and the Cavemen will be coming back for the third year in a row to help raise funds for the Vegan Bus! Hailing from Brooklyn Raquy brings traditional Middle Eastern music and modern drumming together for a unique sound. Raquy has traveled to and immersed herself in the musical cultures of the Middle East, Egypt and India. Raquy performs with the Dumbek (Arabic hand drum) and the Iranian Kamanche, similar to a violin.
The show will begin with performances by local musicians and belly dancers. Musicians will include Amanda Turk, who studies with Raquy, as well as Christopher Phillips, Sharon Arslanian, & Stephen Malachite. Dancers include Sugati Phillips, Felicia Malachite and Sahina.
Raw vegan treats will be for sale from
Bone Flower Tea Botanikal Lounge and Raw Delights Bar – Herbalista Creatrix Venus Zephyr brings raw delights and herbal medicine into synergistic harmony. (Please bring a re~usable cup~travel mug or mason jar for the infusion, elixir and tea bar). A portion of the proceeds will go to the Vegan Bus Project.
Bone Flower Botanikals is a local woman owned herbal apothecary and healing practice.Community Herbalist Venus Zephyr brings spiritually charged botanika and wise woman herbalism together to create herbal delights, medicines and formulas honoring botanical traditions from cultures around the globe. All Bone Flower Offerings are Organic, Locally sourced when possible, grown and harvested by the cycles of the moon, seasons and astrological influences to create the most potent products and offerings. email@example.com
OCTOBER 2, 2010 at 7:30PM
KARUNA CENTER for YOGA & HEALING ARTS
25 Main Street, Third Floor • Northampton, MA 01060
Tickets are $15 at the door. Children 12 & under are $7
Raquy will be teaching a special all-levels Dumbek workshop (Middle Eastern drumming) at the Karuna Center on Saturday October 2nd at 4pm. Bring your own drum if you have one (we will have several extras). Workshop is $20 or $30 with concert.