Sacred Math and Music

with Laina Reynolds

Laina presents pure and beautiful music from an unknown ancient system of math.
Elaine studied with Orlando Cole (Cellist of the Curtis Quartet) of the Curtis Quartet in their conservatory in Philadelphia where she received her bachelors degree. She was a member of the Wilmington Symphony and played with the Concerto Soloist of Philadelphia. She has performed professionally on stage with notable people i.e. Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr., Wayne Newton, Liberace and many more in the casinos of Atlantic City.

She has also performed in the classical genre with symphonies and chamber groups across the country. Her own compositions and arrangements have been performed with the Wasatch Chamber Music Society in Utah.  Elaine is also a professional recording artist and has done many recordings with well known performers.

Elaine holds a Masters degree from the University of Utah and has taught cello for many years in her private studio, in music schools, public schools and at Weber State University in Utah.

Laina has lived in Sedona for two years doing research on frequency and sound.  She has discovered an ancient system of math within our present system which uncovers information on vortex energy, geometry and frequency.  This exciting information is new and fascinating.

July 9, 2017

 3-4pm in the Great Room.

$20 donation at the door. Donations will go to the wild life preservation of wolves.

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“Sacred Math and Music”

Drawing at the performance for free wolf visit to The Medicine Wheel.