Do you want to lead Kirtans but are shy to lead?
Are you a Kirtan singer looking to learn authentic traditional Indian Kirtans?
Does singing Kirtan in a foreign language make you intimidated?
Do you want to learn correct way to chant Mantras, sing Kirtans and learn how to play it on Harmonium?
REGISTER FOR Indian Ragas for Kirtans Workshop where you will learn all this and much more.
EARLY BIRD SPEICAL $81until 5-15-2017
REGULAR REGISTRATION $108
REGISTER on EVENTBRITE:
You will get 5 FULL HOURS of hands on practical learning
Indian Ragas for Kirtans eBook
Vegetarian nourishing Lunch and Snacks
To make it EVEN SWEETER Yogi Arvind has agreed to do a special Meditation and Breathwork session for all the particiapants !!!
Indian Ragas for Kirtans Workshop is a 5 hr hands on immersive Kirtan workshop to jumpstart you Kirtan practice with Indian Ragas. If you are a yoga instructor/healer or Kirtan lover and would like to grow your practice and community, this workshop is for you.
HERE IS EXACTLY WHAT YOU GET:
VOCAL/HARMONIUM KIRTAN WORKSHOP WITH KAMINI NATARAJAN
This Workshop includes hands-on learning either Vocal or Harmonium or both for leading and composing Kirtans in pure Indian Ragas.
1) Brief history of Kirtan Singing
2) Indian Classical Music Basics
3) Kirtan Singing, Leading, Composing
4) How to pick a Taala for your Kirtan
5) Complete Structure of one Raga
6) How to play your Kirtan on Harmonium
MEDITATION & BREATHWORK: YOGI ARVIND
This workshop is geared towards cultivating a higher state of consciousness and sustaining that higher state for longer periods of time, even after one leaves the studio. We achieve this state through building equanimity, steadfastness, presence of mind, objectivity and wisdom. .
2) Concentration/Awareness meditation
3) Analytical/Wisdom meditation
The Art Of Kirtan & Spirituality Drumming by Manohar Gurung
Topics covered :
(The Eastern Drumming In The Western Notes )
Rhythms for any Drummer/ djembe player !
1. You can learn the Indian Rhythms in your own djembe or your favorite hand drums by using the traditional Indian vocal syllables known as solkattu or konnakol to count irregular rhythmic groupings.
2. A clear explanation of Indian rhythms and counting systems and gives players a step-by-step resource for adapting and successfully incorporating these concepts into their playing.