SINGER - ARTIST
FOR RELIGIOUS SERVICES, WEDDINGS
EVENTS AND PERFORMANCES
Lainie's joy and work also teaching therapeutic movement- breathing exercises to active military and veterans through both her Houston Laughter Yoga, and The Jung Center, includes teaching veterans at Michael E. DeBakey Veterans Hospital, Houston, US Veterans Initiative and
US Vets- veterans outreach.
Sing Divine Music- Even while doing the difficult:
Singing with a mask on- Cantoring Mass on 9/6/20: :
"Memorial Day, May 25, 2020: The New York Philharmonic and Lincoln Center at Home co-present a rebroadcast of the Philharmonic’s first performance after 9/11: Brahms’s A German Requiem, led by then Music Director Kurt Masur on September 20, 2001, in a concert dedicated to the memory of the victims.
(Read the program notes.) " :
Lainie sang with the beloved New York Choral Artists with the New York Philharmonic in this, and many other concerts, including John Adam's 'On The Transmigration of Souls'
"God has done great things for us, filled us with laughter and music."
~ Psalm 126
"Art is in itself a creator, it creates its own life, beautiful in its abstraction, beyond the limits of time and space."
"The mysticism of sound and music."
~ Hazrat Inayat Khan
Photo credit: NASA
The Carina Nebula, a star-formation region, found in the Milky Way.