Singing Bowls at the Gardens

Intuitive sound artist, Ann Martin, presents harmonically beautiful meditative concerts with crystal and Himalayan singing bowls, to help people find deep relaxation and inner stillness. Experience first-hand how to stop the mind chatter and bring the brain and body to a place of uncommon peace. The event concludes with a full spectrum of healing frequencies from the 36" OM Gong, to vibrate and harmonize every cell. Bring centering, awakening, and blissful balance to your world!

Special Instructions will be provided in the participant email. Bring your own mat and cushions.

We have four separate concerts this year:

August 11, 2022 7-8:30 PM. Annuals Garden & Pavilion Outdoor Concert. Rain or Shine. Come prepared for weather as well as a beautiful soul of summer sound bath.

September 15, 2022 5:30-7:00 PM. Annuals Garden & Pavilion Outdoor Concert. Rain or Shine. Come prepared for cooler weather as well as a beautiful vibrational experience to welcome autumn.

November 19, 2022. 1:30-3:00 PM. Mitchell Hall. Recline on your mat or relax on a cushion during this pre-holiday serene soundscape.

December 17, 2022.1:30-3:00 PM. Sturm Auditorium. Seated in our acoustically designed auditorium. Be inspired with waves of gratitude and seasonal joy.


Price: $24, $22 member

Instructor: Ann Martin

Ann Martin is an internationally known musician, healer, educator, and soundscape artist who brings a contemporary approach to singing bowls and gongs. She cultivates dynamic and harmonically beautiful meditative concerts that are deeply relaxing and memorable. She combines 25 years in the healing arts with 40 years as a professional musician to bring a fresh perspective to mindfulness, presence, and wellness. Her meditative concerts offer a new level of insight around working with sound as musical medicine. She is a sought-after recording artist, published author, keynote speaker and international instructor of the BLISSbowls™ series of 5-star online singing bowl training courses, viewed in 92 countries and translated into 31 languages. For more information on classes, concerts, and sessions, visit

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