Lasers and Lights add dazzling effects to Iasos Concert
Posted on November 14 2010Iasos Concert at the new Cobalt Sun studio location at United Earth Networks in the Craneway Pavillion in Richmond, CA Iasos celebrated his return to live concerts after an 8 year break from live concerts to develop his celestial video into his famous new age music. He announced that he is preparing to concert tours with his multi media show. Iasos fantastic New Age Interdimensional Music now is marvelously enriched by that addition of his bliss inducing video imagery blended in harmony with his astral music. Iasos was joined by guest artist, Steve Kindler, playing his unique 8 string electric violin which has tonal ranges from lower notes than a cello to higher notes than a traditional violin. This lovely 1.5 hour concert was a soothing journey to higher conciousness which left the audience in awe. Click here to watch a little series of video clips from the evening's performance. You will find samples of Iasos Music/Video artwork by clicking here http://iasos.com/videoclp You will find his celestial music CDs and music/video DVDs by clicking here INTER-DIMENSIONAL MUSIC - www.iasos.com We added our own bliss inducing presence by adding our BlissLight Laser Starfield projections to the entrance to the studio with BlissLights Laser Starfield Projectors to help contribute to the mind and heart opening mood of the evening. Here are some photos and video clips from last night's concert. Click here to view our lighting effects at the entrance to the event. This studio was also enhanced by dozens of statues of Buddha from the Thailand that were brought here to protect them from possible damage as a result of fighting in that territory. So, we were surrounded by life sized Buddha statues with some dating back to 1500's while traveling into Iasos magnificent audio/visual delicacies. You can take a partial video tour of these lovely statues of Buddha by clicking here. This was the first public performance at the new United Earth Networks studio after the evening before included Buddhist Monk blessing this new venture now surrounded by ancient Buddha's in the form of stauary. You will find more about Lynn Augsten's Cobalt Sun light art by clicking here.