Will Tuttle to Awaken the Inner Genius
Acclaimed pianist, philosopher, educator and former monk Will Tuttle, Ph.D., will appear at Unity Church for a lecture and performance. The talk, Opening the Intuitive Gate, will be at 10 a.m., September 25, and will explore the inner realms of intuitive imagery and the art of meditative listening. A piano concert, Piano Passion: Concert For A New World, will take place 7 p.m., September 26, and is aimed as an uplifting, instrumental prayer for world peace celebrating the beauty of the Earth and the potential of the human spirit. The evening includes visionary art by Tuttle’s spouse, Madeleine, a nature artist from Switzerland.
A former Zen monk and philosophy professor, Tuttle has performed and lectured widely throughout North America and Europe. He is the author of the Amazon bestseller The World Peace Diet. The Tuttles will take appointments early in the week for individuals or couples that wish to receive their own personalized music and art portraits. Digital recording equipment and the piano will be used to intuitively design a 30-minute recording of music, and a watercolor painting will be created, as well. The intention of both pieces will be to provide support and upliftment to the people involved.
Cost: Donations will be collected at event. Location: 1717 N. 73rd St., Wauwatosa. For more information, call 414-475-0105 or visit UnityChurchInMilwaukee.org or WillTuttle.com.
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