5 POINTS MUSIC BENEFITS: The SHE Collective benefiting S.A.R.A Roanoke
$10 TICKETS for WIN-WIN WEDNESDAY’s 5 Points Music Benefits Series with The SHE Collective supporting S.A.R.A Roanoke! Hear an awesome show, empower exceptional local female artists, AND raise money for an essential local crisis center – we’re failing to see a downside.
After Jack is a musical celebration of togetherness. Combine your most beloved musical memories with a foot-stomping string band and top it off with harmonies that spring straight from the soul of the mountains, and you’ve got After Jack.
Rae Barker was trained as a classical singer, in jazz choir, and in music theatre, and she’s now venturing as a singer-songwriter. She is a vocalist in a new rock-and-soul project, Clean Hearts Club. Rae’s lyrics are simple and evocative, and her vocals reach straight into your heart and give it a good squeeze. Her solo set isn’t one to miss!!
Elise Templeton has been playing acoustic guitar and writing songs for 19 years. Drawing from an eclectic blend of rock, blues, soul and indie roots, she sings with raw emotion and honesty. Her thoughtful lyrics and catchy melodies create a harmonious mix of lovely tunes.
Doors open at 6:30pm.
HUDDLE UP MOMS: Love Your Body
The theme for February is Love Your Body!
Join us for an evening out where you will learn about a holistic approach to women’s health, centered on mind, body, heart, and soul. Holistic wellness is an approach to being healthy in all aspects to live a balanced life. We hope you leave our event feeling rejuvenated, revitalized, restored, and renewed, with takeaways to help inspire you with the year to come.
Our educational panel will feature great community resources! The panel discussion will be from 6:00 – 7:30pm with time for Q&A at the end.
The event is free to attend, but bring your friends and reserve your seats today!
Neuropsychotherapy – A Music Therapy Approach to Trauma
Trauma or PTSD is one of the more common topics in the neuroscience and therapy literature. However, the articles are often technical and tend to limit access to therapists, including music therapists. In addition, music therapists have an increasing body of literature on music and the brain to reference for interventions. Gene Ann will present in depth discussions, rehearsals, and experiences of recent neuroscience research and relate the outcomes to trauma-informed music therapy. No matter what theoretical approach is used, neuroscience enhances music therapists’ perspectives and treatment interventions to trauma work.
Gene Ann Behrens’ research on music therapy and the neurobiology of trauma has led to national and international publications and presentations in several countries. In addition to her current trauma work, some of her international work includes conducting music therapy sessions for over two months in Bethlehem, OPT, with children traumatized by the ongoing conflict; and workshops with NGO staff in Somalia and teachers in Kenya on the neurobiology of trauma.
“Neuropsychotherapy – A Music Therapy Approach to Trauma” is approved by the Certification Board for Music Therapists (CBMT) for 14 Continuing Music Therapy Education credits. The MAR-AMTA, P#065, maintains responsibility for program quality and adherence to CBMT policies and criteria. The course provides 0 contact hours for LCAT.
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5 POINTS MUSIC BENEFITS: BLUE MULE w. Jazzalachian Playboys benefiting The Robert L.A. Keeley Healing Arts Program at Carilion Clinic
The Dr. Robert L.A. Keeley Healing Arts Program at Carilion Clinic has been selected as the recipient of our March 5 Points Music Benefits Concert. The Keeley Healing Arts Program addresses the emotional needs of patients and families by integrating literary, performing, and visual art experiences into the healing process. Flat 5 Studio’s Tom Ohmsen will be pulling double duty on this night as his band Blue Mule headlines, while his other band Jazzalachian Playboys open the night. Doors open at 6:30pm, band starts at 7:30pm, tickets are just $10!
Acid VooDoo Tour, celebrating the new album which is being released on May 1st – with the first single dropping on Feb 14th – Lets get weird!!!
An-ten-nae is an instrumental figure on the west coast, from his role as music director, producing legendary events at the iconic 1015 Folsom in San Francisco, to his signature Acid Crunk Compilations which helped define an era and help lay the foundation to what is now the West coast Bass scene. One thing is always constant, and that is constant evolution. With numerous successful projects like Dimond Saints & WHYT RBBT, An-ten-nae always manages to reinvent himself and push his boundaries. Utilizing his own custom set up, An-ten-nae pushes the envelope with his live remixing abilities and wildly engaging performances.
An-ten-nae has well over 200 releases under his belt and collaborations far and wide including artists like Bassnectar, Beats Antique, Dirtwire, Desert Dwellers. He has charted in the iTunes Top 10, constantly in top charts on Beatport and featured in the Huffington Post, This Song Is Sick and Billboard. With over 60 Million combined streams / Downloads to date, and has played such venues and festivals such as Red Rocks, Electric Forest, Shambhala, Lightning in a Bottle. 2020 promises to be his most prolific one yet with the launch of WHYT RBBT and a constant stream of new music that sees him pushing boundaries into new realms with exciting new collaborations and productions.