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Lush Tongue: Sound Meditation, Improv and Musings #21
Tuesday, May 5, 8pm EST

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How are you doing? How is your heart, mind, body? Voice? We're now in May, and spring is in full swing here in the Western hemisphere. More folks are getting more restless about staying indoors. This is precisely the moment where many among us are being called to greater resilience, flexibility, imagination, innovation and awareness in how we navigate space with each other, in the outer world, and in our homes. 

Are you starting to (or have you long been) cranky while living alone? Feeling cranky with your significant other or family? Have you tried singing together? It's a great way to open your heart within yourself and with others. If you're living with family, see what happens when you come together once a week, get off your screens for 90 minutes, and sing together: karaoke, open mic, improv games, or even an all-out jam session! It doesn't matter if you're not a "musical" family. It doesn't matter if it's your older brother who is "the" singer in the family. This could be a fun practice in holding non-judgmental, compassionate space for each other as you share your creative expression.

If you live alone, you could do something different everyday: a sound meditation, sing along with a favorite song (add harmonies!), make up your own abstract soundscape or traditionally structured song. For every million songs that are codified onto an album, there are millions more that exist solely for your ears or those of your other loved ones. Those moments are special. Savor them.
1. Open Sing: Online! NEW TIME!

Sunday, May 10
5pm EST

Speaking of singing together, mark your calendars and set your clocks.

The Open Sing is nigh!

It will be 90 minutes, with time to e-mingle afterwards.

You will receive the Zoom link in the confirmation email.
You can download the free Zoom app here:

Feel free to:
-Invite your mother figures to join the Open Sing!
-Upload and display a virtual Zoom background that is meaningful to you, inspiring, or funny!

$20 suggested donation through World in One Arts, at
2. Online Vocal Offerings: 40 for 40 Introductory Session! 
Thank you to everyone who has booked an online session with me! If you are thinking about it but concerned about your budget, now would be a great opportunity to gift yourself a one-on-one Zoom session:

$40 per participant for an introductory 40 minute session!

You can book a:

Private vocal session
Private one-on-one vocal sound bath session
Private small group vocal sound bath session (7 people maximum)

Your literal voice serves as a powerful portal for your symbolic voice in the world. Would you like to feel more grounded and confident in the dynamic capacities of your voice? Invest in a session with me. Clients leave my sessions feeling revitalized, inspired, more in touch with themselves, and a deeper understanding of what their voices can do. Here is more of what you all have to say about my courses and coaching. Thanks for your feedback! Click the button below to book a session (the link has been updated). 
Book a Private Vocal Session
3. Moving Star Virtual Concert - Save the Date! May 15

We're embarking on our first ever online concert!
More details coming soon.
4. Covid-19 Resources

In case you missed it, here is a comprehensive and ever-evolving list of resources available for those who are dealing with Covid-19, from good news-makers all over the world: mutual aid cooperatives, economic grants, home remedies, online communities, wholeness mindset work, yoga poses, and more. Please pass this information along!
211: Essential Services
Coronavirus Resource Kit
Crisis Counseling from SAMHSA
Distance Resistance Facebook Group
Database of Localized Resources During COVID 19 Outbreak
Iyengar Yoga Poses for the Respiratory System
You Can Heal Your Life Audiobook

Who is Onome?
Onome is a vocalist and interdisciplinary sound artist of Urhobo heritage in the Niger Delta. She incorporates improvisation into her practice as a tool to expand consciousness, creativity, and personal development. Through her audience-interactive performances, workshops and sound installations, Onome embodies joy, enchantment, and infinite possibility. She is an artist-in-residence at Carnegie Hall as a core member of the vocal improvisation lab and ensemble, Moving Star. 

She has performed sound poetry at hundreds of venues nationally, recorded soundscapes for podcasts, and created vocal film scores. She received her MFA in Performance Studies at Pratt Institute. She is the artistic director for Lush Tongue, a project that encompasses improvisation based on a repertoire of songs by women composers, sound healing, singing immersions, workshops, vocal coaching, retreats, and concerts. She facilitates community vocal immersions at concert halls, conferences, galleries, museums, schools, cultural centers, shelters, prisons, parks, churches, wherever voices gather.
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Love and gratitude,
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