Eclipse Neilson, director of The Rowe Center program “Woman Soul,” is a skilled priestess, visionary artist, award-winning author, and founder of the Magaian Way. She currently designs arts-based bully-prevention programs and is excited about her new novel Stand in My Heart, which shares her deep passion and commitment to the plight of elephants in captivity.
Fia Alexander has many years of ritual experience with “Woman Soul” and with the feminist spiritual community in Portland, Maine. She loves combining art with ritual to help people create personally meaningful artwork.
Tori Morrill, musician, songwriter, percussionist, and vocalist, has over 35 years of experience working in the music business. She studied music at the University of Maine, with a focus on world drum traditions, and also studied with Layne Redmond. In 1989, she formed the group Inanna, Sisters In Rhythm, with whom she has recorded five albums.
Paul D’Alessio is a singer and multi-instrumentalist specializing in stringed instruments. He performs with Primo Cubano, playing Cuban Son music on the traditional Cuban stringed instrument called Tres Cubano. He plays fiddle with a band called the Holy Mackerals, guitar for a reggae band called the Dani Tribesmen, and performs in a duo with Tori Morrill called Tori and Paul.