This page is devoted to all the Musical talent we have in our Spiritual community....
each week we will be adding information on each artist and a link to their website. Join us in supporting their works
and efforts to make our Spiritual Communities richer because of the talents they offer!
With terrific musicianship, singing in five languages and
unique brand of humor John Cain is always fun and entertaining.
JOHN CAIN is a
musician, composer, author, teacher, singer, entertainer, and motivational speaker. He plays piano, guitar, bass, harmonica,
and accordion. In addition to live performances he gives educational seminars on the history of jazz, Latin music, and
classical music. He has recently been on tour performing and promoting his new book "Life's A Good Gig."
Om Spiritual Center is proud to announce that Daniel Hendrick will be bring his talents
to our Center on a regular basis this year. Daniel is a world renowned Tenor, Composer and has thrilled audiences throughout
the world. On a personal note Daniel hosts a bi-monthly New Thougth Spiritual Group called "Inner Circle" (More
info on our SOM Community Events Page) and is the founder of H.M. Artist Foundation that assist and works with
artist of all kinds - singers, painters, musicians, sculptures, poets, philosophers, inventors, and composers. The
foundations passion and mission is to assist the artistic to discover and Express the Genius!
(more information can be found http://www.hmartistfoundation.com/) We are thrilled and honored
to have Daniel bless Om Spirtual Center with his many talents.
Website Link: www.danielhendrick.com/
Chanara - Tone for Peace
began performing when
she was a small child. It’s always been a part of her life in some capacity. Her academic achievements have earned her
a Masters of Music degree. She has been equally serious about her life-long study of spirituality, metaphysics and consciousness.
Like strands of a rope, she has entwined the two disciplines. "Performing takes me into a dimension beyond time.
It’s wonderful. While I am singing, I can sense a soft dazzling, golden light coming into the top of my head and anchoring
into my spine, just behind my heart.
It somehow merges with the sound waves of my voice and goes out to touch others. It goes inside of them.
Whether I am singing an aria or chanting overtones, it’s the same. I sing to instill a sense of well-being in myself
As a teacher, Chanara creates a mind-body approach to speaking, singing and performing. A before-and-after
video demonstrating the results of her methodology is available on request.
She is also an astrologer and author.
Her book, "Money, Astrology and You in the Driver’s Seat" was the mother of MoneyHoroscopes, individual life
readings that guide people to their personal path of financial contentment.
Kurland began her musical career at the age of five, when she begged her parents for a piano-- and knew how to play it before
taking any lessons Joan studied classical piano at
the Manhattan School of Music and the Oberlin Conservatory, but her claim to fame has always been her incredible ear.
Her ability to play pretty much anything she hears in any key (she has perfect pitch) makes her the ideal choice for any special
event, since she doesn't need sheet music to accommodate requests. From Beethoven to the Beatles, Joan has it all in her head,
ready to pull out when needed.
completing her collegiate musical studies, Joan sang and played keyboards in a highly successful Top-40 band on the East Coast.
The culmination of the band's career was a performance in front of 10,000 people at the Meadowlands in New Jersey. In 1988, wanting a healthier and more spiritually oriented
life, Joan left the band and fulfilled her longtime dream of moving to California. She began playing at Nordstrom,
performing at parties and weddings, and teaching piano and voice. Her longtime association with the Optimum Health Institute
in Lemon Grove, California, a healing center based around live foods, inspired her to start writing funny songs about the
health food lifestyle. Her album of parodies, “Eat It Raw: Food, Love, and Other Disasters,” with
its hilarious takes on such topics as sugar addiction, singlehood, and wheatgrass juice, has brought laughter to thousands,
and was performed at the Comedy Store in La Jolla to great acclaim.
In the 90s, a relative's bout with breast cancer prompted Joan to write
the healing song, “I Believe," which she performed on NBC television during breast cancer awareness month
in 2001. After many requests
from fans for more recordings, Joan recently completed and released a CD entitled, “Looking Up: Songs of Hope and Inspiration,” which features several of her own compositions, as well
as such popular favorites as “The Rose” and “The Wind Beneath My Wings.” The album is available
through Joan Kurland Music (619)464-2525 and on the web at cdbaby.com .