Sunday Music & Movement Jam with Jason Cohen (cancelled)

April 19, 2020 -
7:30pm to 9:30pm

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Sunday Music & Movement Jam Update:
Earthdance has been closely monitoring news regarding coronavirus (COVID-19). The situation is evolving rapidly with new information available daily. At this point, we have decided that it is best to cancel our March & April events. We greatly appreciate your continued support, care, and compassion during this time, and hope to see you on the dance floor in the future.


Experience music & movement unfolding together in improvisation. Each month a new musician fills the space as we dance in playful exploration. Earthdance's Sunday Music & Movement Jams invite Contact Improvisation dancing at all levels.

This Sunday Music & Movement Jam follows a Community SING! with Penny Schultz.

Community SING! 5–6:30pm ($5–15)
Potluck Dinner 6:30–7:30pm (bring a dish or pay $10)
Music & Movement Jam 7:30–9:30pm ($15–20)
$20–35 for SING!+Jam; $30–50 for SING!+Jam+dinner
Youth (0–16) FREE
(no one turned away for lack of funds)

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Earthdance's buildings are ADA accessible. More info here.

Jason Cohen plays the Hang drum, accordion, keyboards, and other percussion. Creator of Forestdance, Sacred World Interdependence Day, and founder of Unifier Festival, he has experienced and facilitated numerous healing and expressive arts rituals around the world. He plays for sacred ceremonies during all-night rites, often till dawn. Whether in the red woods, the Yucatan, Costa Rica, Maui, or in his home state of Massachusetts, his improvisations flow and inspire the dance and total bliss in all who listen. Jason often is composing and performing with his musical projects Incus and Sacred Side Project, or directing events for the heARTbeat Collective. His latest endeavor, Unifier Festival, is a transformational healing and expressive arts festival with a mission that includes bringing people together to create a community owned Land Trust. Jason is a community organizer deeply committed to creating spaces where people can become empowered and inspired. Jason has held ceremonial space and studied with many blessed teachers, including Suzanne Rancourt (Abenaki Bear Clan), Mandaza Kandemwa (Shona), Malidoma Some (Dagara), and Starhawk, and takes much of his inspiration from his humble and direct connections to nature and his ancestors.

photos © Aurore Biry (top)


Join us for our next Sunday Music & Movement Jam with Amanda Turk & Guest.