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About The Event
Join us for an evening of HeartWarmingKirtan.
6 - 8pm
Kirtan is based on ancient chants, it has the ability to quiet the mind if listened to with intention.
Because Kirtan has its roots in India, many of the songs are sang in Sanskrit. It is normally call and response, so a line will be sung then everyone is welcome to sing it back.
With Kirtan it is a shared experience and there isn't much distinction between the performers and the Audience. As you sing with each other you experience a deep connection with the musicians and with the other audience members and yourself and when the music stops your mind is quiet.
You can completely immerse in the sound with no words to distract the mind.
The magic of the chants can carry you within. Kirtan is non denominational and doesn’t have to be a religious experience.
David is an experienced drummer, specialising in djembe and Cajon. Over the last five years he has been a member of several diverse bands, performing different styles of music including blues, Euro funk, folk, indie and kirtan. David thrives on interactive music and communal experiences.
Adele has been a devotee of Sri Mata Amritanandamayi Devi for 16 years, running monthly satsangs in Birmingham. Adele plays harmonium and enjoys singing devotional songs. She believes in shared musical experiences, and always connects with the assembled people, to make them feel very much a part of the experience.