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Markita Moore believes in getting to the heart of the matter with music informed by life so it is no surprise that her spiritual path through music led her to a study of and work with Singing Bowls. She is also an accomplished musician. With her band “Elemental Meanings” she provided vocals and played guitar, trumpet, and tuba. Singing bowls are bowls used in meditation and to promote relaxation. They produce sounds and vibrations when hit or circled with a mallet. It is an ancient practice used in Tibet and neighboring areas for religious and spiritual ceremonies for centuries. An alumni of Cass Technical High school, whose graduates include icons like Della Reese, Diana Ross, Lily Tomlin, Alice Coltrain, and many more, she continues her role as Band director at the school where she was once a member of the school band (her dream job). She has also begun a new project around this ancient practice with the Singing Bowls- the Detroit Sound Immersion meditation Project. .She will not only update us on life as band director but give an explanation of and sample of the sounds from demonstrate these amazing Singing Bowls.Listeners are in for a unique experience beyond an incredible conversation as she plays her crystal singing bowls.