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Chanting Circle & Kirtan Concert
February 23, 2014 @ 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm$10
with visiting international musician, Kevin James CarollSign Up Now!
Originating from Australia, Kevin James Carroll travels the world sharing his Heart Song Kirtan circles. Weaving ancient Mantras from various traditions with his own chants, Kevin James facilitates a space to sing your heart out, dissolve the ego, reconnect to the heart, and create a positive vibration for healing yourself and the world. Move through sweet harmonies into ecstatic chanting and deep silence. A free space to co-create, dance, sing and express your devotion. Kevin draws upon influences from traditional Indian Kirtan, Bhajans, Celtic and Sufi chants mixed with western folk sounds and world instruments. For his music and more information, please visit http://kevinjamesheartsongs.com/
Kevin James’ music is a world fusion of chanting. Weaving ancient Mantra’s with his own prayers and hearts song, Kevin draws upon influences from traditional Indian Kirtan, Bhajans, Celtic and Sufi chants mixed with western folk sounds and world instruments.
Since 2003, he has been leading chanting circles in and around Byron Bay NSW Australia.Practicing Bhakti Yoga (The yoga of devotion) since his first visit to India in 1990, Kevin James now leads chanting circles and workshops in yoga festivals and studios all over the world.
The intention of his circles is to empower the individual through reconnecting to the heart and to bring awareness of our oneness.Kevin believes that it is our disconnection from source that is the cause of all suffering. After the production of his first album “ONE”” he now tours the world sharing the experience of these heart opening circles at major festivals in Europe, Asia and Australia.
Most of his songs are in English or the ancient language of Sanskrit with interpretations woven in. They are simple, yet have a fathomless depth with universal truths and a heartfelt devotion. The intention and philosophy expressed in his songs reflects what he calls, The evolution of an emerging culture of awareness of oneness.