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A musical adventure of light, beauty, and enchantment

The Journey is not about healing. It is healing. Healing to my innate instincts and the reminder that we are all one!


Everybody who has ever lived has taken The Journey

The Journey is a 360 immersive experience designed to inspire and enchant audiences with beautiful, sublime music and visuals as we travel through fantastical worlds.  The show uses the transformative power of ancient Tibetan singing bowls, ethereal vocals, gorgeous fulldome visuals and inspiring poetic narrative to evoke positive emotions and contemplative states of consciousness. The Journey follows the metaphoric experience of life from formlessness into form and then back into formlessness once again.



The Journey: Live! is an immersive concert performance that integrates The Journey film with visual immersive storytelling, ancient musical tones, binaural beats and frequency soundwaves to bring audiences into states of awe, elation, mindfulness and positive self-awareness. Vocalist and UCLA certified mindfulness practitioner, Jahna Perricone, and master Tibetan singing bowl artist Michael Perricone will be our guides as we take the journey through enchanting and transformative music and awe-inspiring fulldome visuals followed by a sacred downtempo DJ & VJ set by
The Journey's director and artist Brianna Amore (aka DJ Selektra).

Writers, Producers, and Music Production

Internationally renowned music and sound healing practitioners,  Michael and Jahna spread wellbeing, awe and inspirational states through using a transformational blend of ancient Tibetan singing bowls, mindfulness, guitar and etherial vocal toning. 


Jahna, a UCLA certified mindfulness coach and professional singer with Michael, an award winning Sound Director and Master Tibetan Singing Bowl artist, together have facilitated music experiences across the globe, from Paris to Greece to Northern and Southern California.  Recently their 360 immersive music and visuals film, The Journey, was awarded The Audience Choice Award at DomeFestWest  2021. 

Director and Lead CG Animator

Fulldome digital artist Brianna Amore began working with domes when she was an event producer and DJ in Canada working in the West Coast underground electronic music festival scene. Having been trained in Visual Communications at Alberta University of the Arts in Canada, she had a brief career as an Environmental Graphic Designer working on international projects before moving to California in order to pursue her ambition to become a 3D animator. 

Through her experience with the underground dance scene, Brianna discovered the power of immersive experiences and soon landed in LA to work with Vortex Immersion Media. There she helped create fulldome content and immersive experiences for A-list companies such as NBC/Universal, Disney, AT&T, and Nickelodeon. She also began working with top artists and she was heavily involved in the production of James Hood's Mesmerica


Ed Lantz is an entrepreneur, entertainment technology engineer,
producer and immersive experience designer. Ed left aerospace
engineering in 1990 to transform old-style planetariums into immersive visualization environments, designing over a dozen dome theaters worldwide including the Library of Alexandria’s Planetarium in Egypt, Domodigital at Papalote Museo del Niño in Mexico City, and the National Space Centre planetarium in Leicester, UK. His company Vortex Immersion Media produces both real and virtual immersive experiences for Fortune 500 brands, top artists and audiences worldwide and is developing a network of immersive entertainment venues.

Executive Producer 
Executive Producer and Creative Director

Kate McCallum, is a forward-thinking producer, writer, and digital arts and media strategist with an emphasis in IP development, transmedia and new media technology platforms. Kate is a member of the TV Academy and the PGA: Producers Guild of America where she served as a Board Delegate for two three-year terms on the PGA New Media Council, three years on the PGA National Board, was awarded the 2019 Marc A. Levey Award for exceptional service to the PGA, and also helped to launch the PGA Social Impact Entertainment Task Force. Kate is also a member of the WFSF: World Future Studies Federation, and serves on the Advisory Board of The Studio School in Los Angeles.

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