There are concerts and then there are CONCERTS! You will not want to miss the KOKOPELLI CONCERT taking place this Saturday, February 17th in Sedona, AZ! Musicians Anthony Mazzella, Kel Mockingbird and Peter Sterling will be teaming up for a concert of beautiful music at Mary Fisher Theater at 7:00 pm!
The Kokopelli Concert will consist of Native American flute, guitar and harp. The synergy between the three artists create a sonic landscape that is in tune with the spirit of Sedona. The legend of Kokopelli represents different things to different people and is a fun and interesting topic to research. In the context of this concert, Kokopelli represents the musical spirit of the southwest.
Mazzella, Mockingbird & Sterling
Kel Mockingbird describes his music as “Buddha raised on fried bread. His music is quietly uplifting to create a centered feeling and his emotive soft woodwind notes and breathy trills evoke the images of the Southwest. In concert, he claims to float the listener above the sounds of birds in a morning meadow and says it’s almost possible to picture the round, woody flute tones resonating between an elk’s spreading rack.
Celebrated Harpist Peter Sterling’s life is a reminder to all who offer themselves as an open vessel for the Divine, that there’s no stop button once Spirit unleashes its creativity. Peters response to his heavenly calling 25 years ago, blossomed into an endlessly-creative multi-media career, spanning 16 studio albums, numerous Music Awards, a book called Hearing the Angels Sing, and an impressive series of crystal-frosted Mandala art prints — enough to fill a gallery.
Anthony Mazzella began studying music on the violin at age five. He then proceeded to learn the rudiments of music on piano until falling in love with the guitar at age thirteen. Throughout his adolescence he studied with several private guitar teachers, but Anthony attributes the greater part of his education to ear training. His influences are many, but none more profound than the music and techniques of guitar masters such as Michael Hedges, Pat Metheny, Carlos Montoya, Eddie Van Halen, Andres Segovia and countless others.
Tickets for this must see event are only $20 per person! For more information or to purchase tickets please visit www.sedonafilmfestival.org or call 928.282.1177. You may also purchase tickets at the Sedona Film Festival office and Mary D. Fisher Theatre, located at 2030 W. Hwy. 89A, in West Sedona.
If you are staying at our Sedona hotel we will be more than happy to drop you off and pick you up from this concert in our Inn of Sedona Complimentary “About Town” Guest Shuttle.
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