N2K is the duo of Katherine Cash (violin) and Norm Freeman (percussion)
Artists-in-residence at St. John's Cathedral, Los Angeles
Juilliard alumni, filling churches, growing communities, touching lives... healing, building, sharing, awakening.
N2K performing, "Bless the Lord My Soul"
N2K is the award-winning Juilliard-trained duo of Norm Freeman (BA, MM percussion, MDiv, Ordained Episcopal Priest) and Katherine Cash (BA, MM violin performance, EMBA), Artists in Residence at St. John’s Cathedral in LA.
Enlightening and inspiring imagination... Touching the human heart with a renewed and deepened sense of peace, through the language of music...
N2K audiences are treated to a variety of musical works: sacred, popular, classical, meditation, and original works, composed or arranged by N2K.
Starting in the 2014 ~ 2015 season, N2K is now partnering with composers.
We understand that music unites body, heart and soul, and unites us with our community, our neighbors. Our live music will give you the opportunity to re-set and to open yourself to a source of joy, of healing and of blessings and peace. When we perform, we routinely experience something greater than ourselves. We are keenly aware of our fellow artist, of the relationship between performer and audience members, and of something larger than our collected experiences, leading us to create with a newfound freedom. So you, the listener, will feel renewed and refreshed.
N2K audiences are treated to a variety of musical works, all composed or arranged by N2K: sacred, popular, Classical, meditation, and original works.
It is N2K's intent is to touch the human heart with a renewed and deepened sense of peace, through the language of music.
Morning services; Vespers; Compline; Adult Ed; Recitals; Informances; Donor Events; Salon Concerts.
Meet the artists and their music; meet members of your community and deepen existing relationships.
Instrumental music touches all of us in a way that enlarges our shared vocabulary. N2K’s live music takes on a dimension where the artists become transparent, letting the music speak directly to the audience, creating a window into the listener’s true nature.
What you experience in the environment of a sacred space is quite unlike a concert hall. Dimensions of sound emerge because of the special architecture and the shape of the space. Natural light comes in, often through stained glass. Works of art adorn the space to provide sources of inspiration to nurture those listening, fueling the imagination and opening minds and hearts to the world of music, and to the world as seen through music. This unites our audiences into a unique community of listeners. The feeling of unity carries over into the post-concert experience, a rapport emerges between those present.