Last night was sublime, I didn't want the experience to end. The whole thing was so uplifting.
Recommended in TimeOut London as top 'really,really good things to do this May
WORLD MEDITATION DAY CONCERT
KINGS PLACE, LONDON
SUNDAY 23 MAY 6.00pm
MEDITATION AND CHAIR YOGA WITH TANIA BROWN
CONCERT BY CHRISTINA MCMASTER AND LANA TROTOVSEK
Join us in person for this very special concert on World Meditation day. We'll be socially distanced, but together in the same room connected through meditation and live music. CLICK HERE for more details.
Tania Brown Yoga/Meditation Teacher
Christina McMaster is a pianist, collaborator and educator on a mission to bring the wellbeing and healing benefits of music to all. She has initiated and curated multiple entrepreneurial arts projects and in 2017 was awarded an Associate from the Royal Academy of Music for her contribution to the music industry.
She has worked with rappers, scientists, theatre directors etc. Most recently she has collaborated with folk legend Peggy Seeger and on music and words collaboration for a climate change and sustainability film by Mary McCartney.
In 2017-18 she was a Visiting Associate at Kings College London Institute of Psychology, psychiatry and Neuroscience, testing the benefits of music and psychedelic visuals in a lying down concert. This evolved into Lie down and Listen combining the benefits of meditation and classical music whilst lying down.
In 2016 Christina was selected as a young artist in residence at St John’s Smith square, and from 2013-17 she curated programmes of multimedia, dance and music events for The Royal Academy of Music annual Piano Festival where she also created a new partnership with Central Saint Martins. She has been a mentor for the WOW festival and given talks at Kings Place and Universities world wide.
Christina has performed at leading venues/festivals including Cheltenham, Aldeburgh, QEH and worked with composers such as Harrison Birtwistle, Tansy Davies, Stephen Montague, Ayanna Witter-Johnson, Freya Waley-Cohen etc. She has appeared multiple times on Radio 3 and Classic FM.