Thunder Of Silence - Tranquil Soundscapes is a unique 50-minute uninterrupted performance presented by Nouveau Papillon.
Let your mind and body be taken to a state of tranquility and well-being. Immerse yourself in the heavenly strings of electric harp and guitar, melodic percussion with steel handpans and haunting Native American-style flutes. This is the medicine of music: performance art reborn as sound immersion.
Sit back, close your eyes and prepare to embark on a serene musical journey. Our intention is to invite each listener to discover their own distinctive enlightenment within this musical experience.
Born from our own inner sonic meditations, the music - although similar - is never quite the same each time. Therefore, one can discover new pathways along each journey. We truly believe the power of this soothing music will provide a sense of ease throughout the mind, body and soul.
This presentation was designed specifically for the Evans & Sutherland Digistar 6 planetarium system, programmed by James Enos of the MCC Planetarium, and produced by the Nouveau Papillon design team, headed by Ed Capps.
Items Not Allowed
No food or drink is permitted. No flash photography or the use of cellphone flashlights is allowed during the performance. Please silence your phone for the duration of the show.
Wheelchair seating is available in the Planetarium. Planetarium is located on south side of Physical Science Building (PS 15) in the southwest corner of the Southern & Dobson campus, near Dobson Road & Planetarium Way. Campus map online available at www.mesacc.edu/maps/southern-dobson-campus
6:00pm to 7:00pm
General Admission: $20.00
Saturday, May 11th
Mesa Community College Planetarium