Event List

FALL 2022

Happily, the moment has finally arrived and I’m taking baby steps back into live performances.  Please visit this page as I will be adding more dates this Fall. I can’t wait to see you again!

Friday, September 23 at 4PM – Sunday, September 25 at 11AM.  Chateau Wellness Retreat & Mastermind in Auburn, CA   Free Your Mind, Body & Spirit

– Movement and Meditation with Kat Flowers, – Organic, Plant Based Meals with Rachel Yen, – Flower Arranging Workshop with Rachel Yen, – Healing Harp with Diana Stork, – Empowerment Tapping with Carly Wise,  Master Coach session with multiple time founder Kwiri Yang, – Group Mastermind with Brenda Chen, – Dinner Party by Rachel Yen, – Personal Brand Photo Shoot with Galina Lang.  Other activities include: painting, spa skincare, afternoon tea, aromatherapy, community circles, journaling, volleyball, etc!  For more information and to register, contact: Brenda Chen:  (626) 353-7098  [email protected];brendatchen.com; venusventures.co

Wednesday, October 12 – 3 – 4 pm.
Point Richmond public library – a whirlwind “History of the Harp” – from ancient Egypt to the present day. Learn and hear a variety of harps – African, early Celtic, Latin and more! Presented by Diana Stork (MCMF Director).  FREE and open to the public.  135 Washington Street. For more info, call: (510) 620-6567.      
Saturday, October 15 – Meet Richmond Mayoral candidate Shawn Dunning 5 pm – 8:00 pm at the Baltic Kiss Restaurant – 135 Park Place, Point Richmond, CA 94801. Music by Diana Stork and Steve Seskin. More info: DunningForRichmond.com/baltic_kiss_event       **************************************************************************************************                Sunday, October 23 ~ 10 am – 3 pm – Annual Community Music Day at the Crowden Music Center, 1475 Rose (at Sacramento), Berkeley, CA.                           FREE to the entire community!

Info: https://www.crowden.org/concerts-and-events/community-music-day           Join us for musical fun throughout the day! Community Music Day is Crowden’s largest outreach event, attracting around 1,700 individuals each year.

Instrument Petting Zoo – Kids and adults alike explore, touch, and learn to make sounds on all the different instruments in a symphony orchestra! We even have special miniature string instruments for tiny hands and fingers. Ongoing Concerts of Live Music by a wide variety of talented youth and their ensembles throughout the day in the main hall.

Tumbling mats for wriggling toddlers, short selections, and hands-on musical activities make this the perfect way to introduce the youngest children to the joys of live classical music. Class demonstrations – Family members of all ages can sing, dance, move, and drum together in our short class demonstrations. Harp Room – Enjoy learning basics on how to play the harp on a variety of different folk-style harps with local harp teacher Diana Stork and other harpists. 10 – 3 in the harp room.

Instrument making – Construct your own instruments to make music at home with!  “Chill” room – Relax from the crowds in the “chill” room, where we’ll show music-related movies. Musical performances by kids, for kids (including Crowden School students), Face painting, Music Sale, admissions information, BBQ & baked good sales

******************************************************                                                                        Friday, November 18 7 pm – Saturday Nov. 19, 12 noon ~ Grace Cathedral’s Annual Women’s Dream Quest~Dreaming the Inner Landscape

Join us in deep November as we regather in person to contemplate the rich potential of our inner landscapes. In these unprecedented times, it is so important to plum the depths of our hearts and minds to find places of refuge as well as inspiration for individual and collective healing. As always, we will call on the Circle to hold us, the beauty of Grace Cathedral to fill us, and this year, the extraordinary images of Johanna Baruch to guide us.
The 35th annual Women’s Dream Quest offers a group of up to 80 women the rare opportunity of spending the night in Grace Cathedral. Join us overnight for large and small group ritual, song, meditation, art and healing.


Candlelight Labyrinth Walk at Grace Cathedral
Friday, December 2, 2022. 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Diana Stork and Portia Diwa, Celtic Harps                                                                   Experience an evening of gentle harp music and quiet meditation. Open your
heart and soul to the music of harpists Diana Stork and Portia Diwa by Grace
Cathedral’s beautiful indoor stone labyrinth in candlelight. Walk the labyrinth,
meditate, or sit and listen.
Grace Cathedral
1100 California Street (at Taylor Street); San Francisco, CA 94108
Register:                                                                                                      https://gracecathedral.org/calendar-events/candlelight-labyrinth-walk-2/2022-12-02/
More info: www.gracecathedral.org 415-749-6300
Sponsored by Grace Cathedral & Veriditas. $15.00


Saturday December 22, 7:00 pm. Winter Solstice Holiday Concert In the Heart of Sonoma County ~ Celebrating the Winter Holiday Solstice Season. Redwood Theatre. ISIS OASIS SANCTUARY.  20889 Geyserville Avenue, Geyserville, California 95441

Harpists Diana Stork and Laurel North, Celtic lever harps, Sean Wahl, Traditional Irish concertina, tin whistles and flutes & Friends.

Join us for this very special evening as an ensemble of Harpists, Singers and Storytellers weave a tapestry of Holiday Music and Winter Rituals. Singalongs of Traditional Holiday songs will be interspersed with bells and candles as we welcome back the light of the sun on this longest night of the Year. A perfect event for the whole family, or for a quiet evening of inner reflections to honor the Old and welcome in the New!!

$15 General; $10 Children, Students & Seniors Tickets available at the Door at 6:30. Gourmet Dinner before the concert 6 pm. $20.   Concert info and Dinner Reservations: 707-857-4747.  


Wednesday, December 21,  7pm – 9pm. Winter Solstice Labyrinth Walk at Community Congreational Church, Tiburon, CA

Music played by Harpist Diana Stork beside the beautiful indoor labyrinth of sweet-smelling evergreen boughs. Lit by hundreds of white candles. 

Celebrate the Winter Solstice with a time to give yourself to the deep, rich darkness and to enjoy the quiet interval that comes when the curtain has gone down over the stage of this year’s rich drama, and the new play has not yet commenced.
It’s a time to go within to a deeper level of awareness—a quiet time of reflection and inner light from which we emerge rejuvenated from the deep rest within. It’s a time of rebirth and renewal, of Being and Becoming whole. Take time away from the frenetic stress of Christmas preparations. Wrap yourself in the velvet mothering darkness of midwinter. Rest, and be renewed!

Holiday treats and warm drinks served.  Public invited. FREE.                                   CCC Church, Tiburon: 145 Rock hill Drive, Tiburon, CA 94920                         415-435-9108; www.ccctiburon.org

Directions: The church is 2.5 miles from Highway 101 in southern Marin County. Take the East Blithedale/Tiburon Blvd. exit and 
continue toward. Turn left on Rock Hill Drive and drive to the top of the hill into our parking area.