For a decade, Women of Spirit and Faith has been following sacred streams of Divine Feminine wisdom in service of this Earth since the beginning of time. This ancient wisdom is an antidote to the toxicity of our times. We are honored to join with our sisters at The Museum of Women to bring renowned international performers Catherine Braslavsky and Joseph Rowe to Southern California. We first heard Catherine and Joseph in the south of France on a pilgrimage in search of Mary Magdalene and knew we were having a lived experience of healing feminine wisdom.

Coming to us direct from a six-week concert tour in Paris, they will perform their profoundly moving narrative concert weaving ancient texts with haunting global rhythms in service of balancing the Divine Feminine and Divine Masculine.

The Dream of King Solomon
An Initiatory Musical Voyage In Service of the Divine Feminine

Exploring scriptures, legends, and myths of King Solomon — ancient and modern works from Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, and African tribal wisdom.

Women of Spirit and Faith
The Museum of Woman
are delighted to bring to Southern California

Renowned international performers  
Catherine Braslavsky and Joseph Rowe
~Coming to us direct from a six-week concert tour in Paris~

Thursday – April 4, 2019
7 pm – 9 pm

The Museum of Woman
17905 Sky Park Cir #A, Irvine, CA 92614

$20 per person
$30 per couple
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Solomon (whom Muslims consider a prophet, though Jews do not) manifests a teaching which is profoundly akin to that of Jesus — together, they manifest the fullest flowering of this ancient current of wisdom. Perhaps the most remarkable trait that Solomon and Jesus had in common was their affirmation, not only of the absolute right of women to teach and conduct spiritual offices, but of the need to overcome the dogmas of patriarchy, and restore the balance between the feminine and masculine archetypes. A second, related theme is that of the unprecedented evolutionary crisis of today, one of whose primary roots is the patriarchal repression and denial of the sacred Feminine, reflected in our treatment of Nature, as well as of women. Both Jesus and Solomon were kindred revolutionaries, far ahead of their times in this respect.  The performance concludes with two compositions by the musicians, based on words from The Gospel of Mary Magdalene, and from the Gospel of Thomas.

“King Solomon’s Dream” is an initiatory musical voyage, born of the fusion of two cultural universes: the Medieval chants sung with passion by Catherine Braslavsky; and the world-music influences of globe-trotter Joseph Rowe. 
— Marc Bonomelli, Le Monde 


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