“There’s nothing that allows you to invest wholly into the state of your soul like music does.”

– Canadian soprano Measha Brueggergosman,

quoted in the Globe and Mail, March 28, 2020

 

Now is the time to bathe yourself in the healing sounds of music.

“You see more and more … why healing is happening through music. It’s because music causes a reorganization of the tonal structure, and Man in essence is a vibration. The molecule sings, the heart of the atom is tone – it’s not matter at all, it’s Light. And if you have these incredible earphones and the power to magnify that tone, that Light turns to Sound.” (Kenneth G. Mills, quoted in Music: Physician for Times to Come, compiled by Don Campbell)

Maestro Kenneth G. Mills, composer and conductor of the Star-Scape Singers, received MedArt USA’s Special Recognition Award “for the outstanding healing power of his art.” He said in his memoirs, The Candy Maker’s Son, that the Star-Scape Singers “are in essence a tonal vibration, and rhythm and harmony abound in order for man to sing!”

Listen to the uplifting, soaring tones of the Star-Scape Singers!

Watch this internationally acclaimed vocal ensemble in concert!

Hear Kenneth Mills’s original keyboard compositions, performed by classical musicians under the baton of Mark Skazinetsky, associate concertmaster of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra!

“What the Singers do now with overtones, echoes, parallel glissandi, shared vibrati, and unamplified energy is nothing short of astonishing.”

Wilder Penfield III, music critic, Toronto Sun

 

 

2 Comments

  1. Joanna on April 20, 2020 at 8:33 pm

    I was there, in Montreux, and I will never forget it. People in the audience were enchanted, uplifted, and changed. These are some comments I personally heard from enthused people that were present. An unforgettable musical experience.

  2. Scarlette on June 3, 2020 at 2:34 am

    I was there too! Montreux was the first stop on the first European tour for the Star-Scape Singers, and it was an unforgettable experience. I also can attest to the profound effect the Singers had on their packed audiences and the high respect paid to their accomplishment by music critics, conductors, other musicians, and music lovers from every walk of life.

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