Fiona Hare is a multi-instrumentalist who plays guitar, hang drum, percussion and didgeridoo and is also well known a sound therapist and recording artist. She has has performed around South Africa. As a sound therapist she has developed an ability for overtone singing.
Fiona is also an expert in facilitating interactive circles for teambuilding and the therapeutic use of sound in corporations. She has has produced two CDs combining meditative and world music, composed for relaxation and upliftment. Her work has received acclaim from musicians and therapists.
Fiona is happiest singing and performing live at events and functions & facilitating Sound Journeys. She lives in Cape Town, South Africa. To book:
Buy on Itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/could-i/1176728688?i=1176728957
Phone: 082 457 7472
Sound Journey using an array of instruments.
Native American Prayer Flute, Australian Didgeridoo, South African Rain Stick, Sacred Shaman Drum, Tibeten Singing Bowls, Zimbabwe Finger Piano, Hang Drum and Chakra Tuning Forks. Enjoy an incredible hour of Sound as you go inward on a Journey of deep relaxation.
Sacred Music is music that inspires a person to rise into their highest way of being. Incorporating the ancient and sacred technique of Mantra, Fiona’s songs bring deep healing and open doors of personal transformation in the listener/practitioner. Mantra is a long time “medicine” used by thousands around the world as a tool to help heal from pain and reach beyond it to truly receive the gift of life. Fiona’s calling is to share music and practices with others to facilitate deep healing and personal growth of each person who wants it. Profound heart-opening voice and music conveys innocence, authenticity, and devotion to listeners, bringing you into a state of bliss and healing. I look forward to welcoming you. Much love.
4 Questions With… Fiona Hare
What 3 words would you use to describe your sound?
Where are you currently based out of?
Cape Town, South Africa
If you could go on a dream world tour with any 3 artists, who would you take with you?
Florence & the Machine, Mumford & Sons, and The XX
Any big projects in the works this year?