Music is a key element of all civilizations and spiritual traditions. It is a second language that brings us closer to our better selves and the people we love. Perhaps no other medium brings us starkly face-to-face with the deep emotions and spiritual yearnings that are all too frequently ignored and even repressed in our modern world. In this celebration of joyful and inspirational music, Karen Karsh will perform a wide variety of music from secular and spiritual sources and engage us in expressing with our own voices through simple sing-along adventures. Come and experience vibrant joy coursing through belly and brain. Touch a unique form of beauty that will bring tears to your eyes and an upwelling of nobleness of spirit. Shine light on and experience the sacred core of your being where you are one with God and all creation. Come and treat yourself to a unique evening of music with a magical musician.

Third Thursday Spiritual Forum
January 17, 2019, 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Center for Spiritual Living Boulder Valley
107 E. Geneseo St, Lafayette, CO

Biography.Karen has been blind since birth, which has enabled her to take to music with a natural passion that has matured into exceptional artistry. She recorded her first song at age 15 and has sung professionally since then. She earned a degree in Music Performance, and had a long career singing in local nightclubs, jazz clubs, and other venues. She has performed with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra and recorded for ABC Dunhill Records. As she matured and worked her way through a variety of spiritual traditions, she realized that she wanted her music to be more than toe-tapping melodies and fun riffs, to be an experience that uplifts the spirit and brings deeper meaning. She evolved to use music as a tool for taking care of each other and finding a better way to live. She is now the musical director at the Center for Spiritual Living Boulder Valley, weekly bringing tears of sweet sadness, joy, and beauty to her congregation.

Third Thursday Spiritual Forums present mind-broadening and spirit-enriching topics every month. For further information, contact Dr. Jay Burch (phone 720-917-9303, or email: