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Tuesday, November 14 | 7:30 pm

Madame Gandhi

Madame Gandhi is an award-winning artist and activist known for her uplifting, percussive electronic music about gender liberation and personal power. Don’t miss her live as she takes over the Planetarium with her mission to use music as a medium for a message about positivity, personal expression, and human thriving.

“Going deep, bravely into the pain” is how Madame Gandhi describes Vibrations, her third studio album, and this could easily double as a subtitle for it. For several years prior to the pandemic, the overachieving artist and public speaker traveled on and off, including touring Oprah and MIA alike, leading a Ted Talk, and writing a song for Hillary Clinton’s streaming series, Gutsy. “While that time was beautiful, it distracted me from deeper emotional work that I didn’t know I had to do. Sometimes when we’re in that pain,” Gandhi says, “we forget that getting past it is possible. After all, pain are the pulsations that remind us we’re alive.”

In the end, her healing is our healing. “We need to show the multidimensionality of our existence,” she says. “I think that’s part of the message of my entire project. Don’t limit yourself. What is your authentic expression as a human?” Of course, she doesn’t expect you to know all the answers. So she put Vibrations out into the world to inspire that journey.

With support from Violet Nox, with visuals by Allison Tanenhaus and Mr. Improbable.

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Cost: $25

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Tuesday, November 14 | 7:30 pm
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