Dennos Museum Hosts ‘Mystical Arts of Tibet’

A monk creating a sand mandala

A monk creating a sand mandala

From Monday, April 14th to Saturday, April 19th, Traverse City’s Dennos Museum will host a music and art presentation by Tibetan monks entitled “Mystical Arts of Tibet.” Monks from the Drepung Monastery in Tibet will visit Traverse City to share their rich cultural history by first creating a sand mandala—a ritual symbol prominent in Buddhism made of colored sand that takes several days to produce—and then performing traditional multi-phonic Tibetan music at Milliken Auditorium on Saturday the 19th.

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Endorsed by His Holiness the Dalai Lama as a means of promoting world peace and healing through sacred performing art, “Mystical Arts of Tibet” has performed in many of America’s greatest theaters and music halls.

Tickets to Saturday’s concert cost $22 for Dennos Museum members, $25 in advance, and $28 at the door.

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