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Church to host music event in Avon

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Avon, CO Colorado
Special to the DailyCorrine Champigny is a musician who has worked with world-renowned author Deepak Chopra. She will be performing Sunday in Avon.

AVON, Colorado – Unity of the Mountains is presenting a special music event, featuring Corrine Champigny and Celebration, on Sunday in Avon.

The free event will be from 5:30-6:30 p.m. in the community room of the Avon Public Library.

For more information, call 970-471-2321

Born in Canada, Champigny made her way down to the states over 15 years ago.

“I learned how to write a song in Nashville,” Champigny after spending years in Nashville, Tenn.

A former staff writer at Nashville’s BMG music, Champigny quickly learned that her unique style of writing and singing was not quite “country” enough for Nashville. Champigny has recorded with Grammy producers Paul Worley and David Malloy.

Champigny’s interest in yoga/meditation and spirituality eventually moved her to San Diego, where she began working with world-renowned author Dr. Deepak Chopra. Her musical approach changed, she changed and her music evolved and changed as well.

Playing music at Deepak’s Chopra Center for Well Being in La Jolla and La Costa, California now gives her the opportunity to express and create music in her own unique way. As one of the founding directors of the Chopra Center Yoga Certification program, her experience as both a yoga and meditation Instructor has inspired her to lead her own programs that includes yoga workshops, chant classes, meditation retreats and, most recently, yoga tours to India.

Champigny resides in both India and Nashville and travels worldwide to share her music and teach classes. For more information and to listen to Corrine’s music, visit her Web site at Information about tours to India is at You can contact Corrine directly at 619-922-5477.

Celebration from Unity Church of the Hills in Austin, Texas, is a group of professional musicians who joined together to serve their spiritual community through music. The group was a vision of one of the members, who chose to develop a music ministry at the church. Their intention is to “transform” not perform, organizers say. As a result, their music is from the heart, and they love the relationship they share with spirit and music, organizers say.

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