The Invisible Architecture of Compassion Concert with Rupert Guenther

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"The Invisible Architecture of Compassion" with violinist Rupert Guenther

Using musical elements from old Europe, the Middle Ages and beyond, this concert is a musical immersion in the greatest universal humanitarian ideals and aspirations and will be performed in the old historic St Stephen's Church in Toodyay. Compassion is the light which guides all recovery and healing in humanity. The most evolved civilisations have all been highly altruistic and compassionate. It is the recall of the sensitivity and empathic disposition which has become all but lost to us in the modern world - and the antidote in the vibrational medicine of compassion through the invisible architecture and resonance of this music.

Violinist Rupert Guenther’s imaginative playing and diversity of style deeply captures a ‘spirit of place’ through his music. Trained as a concert violinist in Vienna, Austria, his deep love of all things of nature and the cosmos has fueled his musical passions since a young age. His versatility has seen him work as sideman to the stars with many artists and orchestras including the Vienna Chamber Opera, the Australian Pops Orchestra, Beatles’ producer Sir George Martin, Olivia-Newton John, Demis Roussos, John Farnham and Hollywood singer-songwriter Lisbeth Scott.

Event Details

Time: 7:00 PM-8:15 PM

Location: 132 Stirling Terrace, Toodyay

Venue: St Stephen's Anglican Church, Toodyay

Cost: $25 + Booking Fee

Category: General

Type: General

Audience: All Ages

Event Date(s)

  • Friday 19th April 2024

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