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Healing Sound Project

Flutist Sarah Jane Hargis is the creative force behind the Healing Sound Project. She has collaborated with other artists under the moniker Healing Sound Project, using both modern and world flutes.

 

Her project with Matt Hubbard, “Elements”, is a meditative exploration of Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, and Water. Ambient flute, piano, harmonium, vibraphone and more invite the listener on a musical journey through the natural world and into the infinite.

Her newest release "Chakras" was created to help listeners clear the seven chakras, as well as use the music for relaxation, meditation, and healing. Music from Chakras can be heard on the Spotify editorial playlist Ayurveda Yoga as well as radio stations around the globe.

Collaborators


American composer, producer and multi-instrumentalist Matt Hubbard (born 1970) grew up in Michigan and attended Oberlin Conservatory of Music, graduating in 1994.  Matt has collaborated with legend Willie Nelson for many years since co-producing and engineering Rainbow Connection and Run That By Me One More Time both nominated for the Country Album of the Year Grammy in 2001 and 2003.  He played keyboards, trombone and harmonica in jam band 7 Walkers with Grateful Dead drummer Bill Kreutzmann, Meters’ bassist George Porter Jr. and guitarist Papa Mali.  Matt co-wrote songs with the band and lyricist Robert Hunter, releasing their self-titled “7 Walkers” in 2010.  He has also worked with Wanda Jackson, Ray Price, Lee “Scratch” Perry, Rickie Lee Jones, Billy Bob Thornton, Fastball, Jesse Dayton and many others.  Matt now records and tours with Edie Brickell & New Bohemians as well as releasing his own “Nobody’s Fault But Mine” in 2017 and “Live at C-Boy’s” in 2019 as the Matt Hubbard Trio.

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Andrea Cortez, MM, MT-BC, is a board certified music therapist and holds a masters degree in Music Therapy with an emphasis in neurologic rehabilitation through music. She is a harpist, multi-instrumentalist, entrepreneur, and sound meditation teacher dedicated to creating restorative listening spaces that enhance health and wellbeing. Andrea’s diverse work is at the intersection of performance art, sound therapy, and sound meditation. Deeply inspired by nature, Andrea explores the relationship between music and the natural world. Her mission offers restorative methods to connect to nature through deep listening. Merging knowledge of Hindustani classical raag systems, indigenous Meso-American tradition, and contemporary Western classical training, her performances combine processed harp, ambient effects, and midi-plant generated sounds. Andrea is the founder of Mind Body Music Center based in Austin, TX. She offers private music therapy sessions, group classes, trainings, and community sound meditations

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