World Festival of Sacred Music

Sacred Music

Every three years the city of Los Angeles plays host to the World Festival of Sacred Music.
The community-oriented model of the festival is designed to stand in contrast to the prevailing entertainment industry of the city of angels. The Japanese American National Museum plays host to Greek-born vocalist Savina Yannatou in a concert of traditional and improvisational sacred music. The New York-based Shakers n’ Bakers reinterpret the ecstatic Shaker “vision” songs.
Don’t miss the festival’s closing ceremony at the Santa Monica Beach, where three hundred artists will converge to honor the sea through sacred ceremonies from myriad world cultures.
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