Armand And Angelina Perform At Christ Unity Sunday

Monday, November 20, 2017

Armand and Angelina will sing at Christ Unity Church, 105 McBrien Road, on Sunday at 6 p.m. A love offering will be accepted. 

Review for Armand and Angelina: 

Armand is singer/songwriter/pianist/Native American flautist and Angelina - classically trained vocalist/classical guitarist travel across the country sharing their World Popera Music. The tour is called "Our Neverending Story" and its purpose is to remind of our oneness and help the world to experience "Heaven on Earth." 

You are sure to see Armand in mismatched shoes and a variety of Fun-omenal hats, which are symbols of his lighthearted approach to spirit based on love and joy, rather than fear and dogma. He is a master at presenting the humorous side of life, and also writes thought-provoking material about his spiritual journey on this planet. Without restraint, he shares who he is and lifts the audience with his inexhaustible energy. 

Angelina's angelic voice will penetrate your heart with its enchanting beauty, as she sings and chants her spirit-affirming melodies. 

Their complementary styles and passionate love for each other have inspired them to bring their music to churches, conventions, conferences, and yoga centers, spreading their message of personal and spiritual transformation in their own delightful way. 

Armand and Angelina have performed with speakers, such as Marianne Williamson, Neale Donald Walsh, Alan Cohen, Gerald Jampolsky, Dan Millman, Swami Beyondananda, and Edwene Gaines and performers, David Roth, Jana Stanfield, Steven Halpern, James Twyman, Leroy White and Greg Tamblyn. 

Armand has written songs for the TV shows "Jim Fowler's Life in the Wild" and "Keepin' It Wild with Jason Raize". They share a home in Orlando with their dog "Boomerang" when they are not touring.

 


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