The musician, Bright Hawk, is gifted at playing many instruments and has been performing, teaching and playing music throughout her life, in a variety of venues around the world including hospitals, hospice, schools, yoga classes, and healing programs. Today Bright Hawk offers a variety of programming for all sorts of communities with Let’s Dance.
In addition to music, Bright Hawk is also a storyteller and has worked with a children’s hospital to provide music and storytelling as a regular weekly program. She also has a marimba band in Boulder, Colorado that is well loved by the local retirement home. Currently, she plays the PanArt music in many residential and long term care facilities and is a certified hospice volunteer in Boulder, Colorado.
Her CD, Echoes of the Deep Waters with Sacred Side Project is a favorite for its deeply healing, relaxing and inspiring music. Practitioners around the world are finding it helpful in supporting people on their healing journey.
Bright Hawk has a Bachelor of Arts, summa cum laude from California State University Long Beach. As a musician, she is playing and supporting healing programs through her music on the Hang PanArt around the world. A compassionate humanitarian, Bright Hawk is building a life of doing what she loves and loving what she does.