The Light in the Stone
A tale of sacred stones and ancient secrets

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An ancient stone, containing primordial light, is given to Adam and Eve by Raziel, Angel of Mysteries. It brings wisdom and transformation to all who encounter as it is passed from one generation to the next. Sometimes lost for eons, it rolls through ancient time and in its long and eventful journey approaches our own time. For more about the story see my Blog

The Light in the Stone weaves together tales from the three Abrahamic religions drawing from the oral traditions, stories and legends of Judaism, Christianity and Islam.

with music by Ilana Cravitz and Elizabeth Nott

Ilana CravitzIlana Cravitz Violin,  Harp, specialises in traditional and baroque repertoire, with a particular focus on klezmer, the music of Jewish eastern Europe. Ilana has performed and taught klezmer repertoire all over the world, particularly with her group the London Klezmer Quartet. Ilana also plays Sephardic music (the repertoire of Ladino-speaking Jews) and regularly performs with Essex Baroque Orchestra and Suffolk Baroque Players.

Elizabeth NottElizabeth Nott, Percussion, studied Ethnomusicology at SOAS. Her collaborations since include work with Kanun player and composer Maya Youssef, Syrian Oud/composer Khyam Allami, Balkan/Eastern European band Tatcho Drom and singer songwriters Nadine Khouri and Amira Kheir.



Booking for November 14th: link to Eventbrite
Booking for November 16th: link to Eventbrite
Booking for December 9th: 020 7485 9899
All tickets £12.00

November 14th, 7.30pm
The London Interfaith Centre,
125 Salisbury Road, London NW6 6RGE

November 16th, 7.30pm
St Ethelburga’s Centre for Peace and Reconciliation,
78 Bishopsgate
London EC2N 4AG

December 9th, 2.30pm
Green Note, £12.00
106 Parkway Camden,
London NW1 7AN