You are invited to share in one hour of live music and deep relaxation on Sunday 10th May 11am.

Katy Tsai and Miriam Lieberman have been crafting a beautiful program of original and sacred music to be performed live on piano, kora ( 21stringed African harp ) and voice. This will be guided by renowned meditation facilitator Lynda Kerr.

It’s not often you get invited to lie down and experience live music and just get to relax and bathe in the sounds but thats what you’ll get to do here.

This event has proven very popular in the past so bookings are essential as spaces are limited

Hope you can make it!

TICKETS: $22.00 presale/ $25.00 door

BOOKINGS : ph 9922 2299

LOCATION: North Sydney Community Centre – 220 Miller st North Sydney

BRING: A cushion (A blanket and yoga mat are provided)

MUSIC: If you like what you hear Katy Tsai and Miriam’s latest recordings will be available to take home


Katy Tsai’s music training began on piano in Taiwan at the age of five. Having immigrated to Australia to study at the Conservatorium of Music as a teenager, she has been performing both locally and internationally from a young age. Katy’s own compositions have a filmic quality and draw from her strong classical training Being the founder of Sound Oasis music mediation events, Katy has combined her love of music and spiritual wellbeing. She has so far recorded four albums of original music.

Miriam Lieberman is a singer songwriter who accompanies her powerful vocals with kora (21-stringed African harp) and acoustic guitar. Her unique musical style has developed out of long periods of time spent immersed in the distant places and cultures of the music that inspires her (particularly West Africa) She has a passion for song writing and cross cultural sound. Miriam has recorded four albums of original music. Her latest album Birds of The Moon was made album of the week on radio national, and received an ARIA nomination in the category world music.

Lynda Kerr
Lynda is a professionally qualified and experienced Meditation teacher and an active member of the Australian Teachers of Meditation Association who shares her extensive knowledge generously with others. Over the past two decades Lynda has trained in many traditions and techniques, and facilitated wellbeing workshops and retreats.

Lynda is a passionate and inspiring teacher with an enthusiasm for sharing the benefits of meditation with others to enhance their own wellbeing and personal development.