Room 208, Encina Hall West,
417 Galvez Mall, Stanford, Ca.
The Echo 5PM
If you haven’t heard it yet, check out Cal King’s EP called SHIT JUST GOT REAL at www.calkingmusic.com
Participate in ecstatic call-and-response Kirtan, learn sacred mantras, and listen to rapturous melodies (ragas) of Indian classical music with vocalist, harpist and bansuri flautist Sheela Bringi (www.sheelabringi.com).
Sheela will be joined by tabla artist Robin Sukhadia (www.tablapusher.com) and Brent Kuecker.
Friday April 10th, 8:30pm.
Bhakti Yoga Shala
207 Arizona Ave, Santa Monica, CA 90405
$20 Suggested Donation
no one turned way for lack of funds
An evening of sacred sounds with chanting, meditation and sound bath featuring Sweet Nectar (Anthea Jaskirpal Kaur & Brock Pollock) will be joined by special guests Will Marsh, Robin Sukhadia and Smiz Miza.
We will be taking you on a journey of the senses chanting sacred mantras, meditating to classical Indian ragas and relaxing with a sound bath. The evening is designed to draw out the deep well of love within and deepen our connection with the Divine!
Tickets – $20 at the door
Doors open at 6:45pm, starting promptly at 7pm
Please bring a water bottle and cushion/mat to sit on.
Sunday February 7, 2015
House of Intuition
2237 W Sunset Blvd Los Angeles 90026
Join Will Marsh (sitar) and Robin Sukhadia (tabla) for a special evening of Raga and Meditation at the House of Intuition. The evening’s sonic spiritual journey will begin with an opening Chakra meditation led by Robin Sukhadia. This meditation will ground the listener and open the Crown chakra to the universe’s divine creativity. Will and Robin will then present a north Indian raga on sitar and tabla. North Indian classical music is an ancient body of wisdom that invokes the divine through sacred melodic and rhythmic improvisations. We aim to create an atmosphere where both audience and performer can be most receptive to the healing power of music and raga to cleanse and tune our spirits, bodies and chakras. This opportunity to receive the blessings of a timeless musical lineage is not to be missed!
About the artists:
Will Marsh has been a dedicated student of the sitar since 2006. His musical journey led him to the California Institute of the Arts where he became a student of Ustad Aashish Khan and has since completed his MFA in North Indian Music. Will also is a student of sitar master Roshan Jamal Bhartiya. Blessed to have such great guidance, Will has been performing and teaching North Indian Classical music since 2010. Currently, Will resides in Los Angeles. More at www.willmarshmusic.com
Robin has been studying tabla with Pandit Swapan Chaudhuri at the Ali Akbar College of Music and at The California Institute of the Arts for the past 11 years. He completed Advanced Psychic Meditation and Healing Training at The Psychic School in San Francisco in 2013. He is a Fulbright Senior Research Scholar (India) and earned an MFA in World Music from CalArts. Learn more at www.tablapusher.com