Working with Jose Calarco and his partner Ana Forrest of Forrest Yoga, we rocked the place with moments of deep meaning and rejoicing.
What a composer needs most is
composure. When I am in the
moment and connected, melodies
enter me like visiting angels. I don't compose, I transfer.
Ever since I can remember I played some kind of keyboard. My journey to Kirtan started in yoga and Kundalini class. I didn't know what I was hearing....this music was so transportive and engaging--I was hooked. As a Jewish musician and yogi, overlaying this Sanskrit practice with sacred Hebrew was a natural progression.
Kids and KIrtan.. who would have thought! Call and response is the perfect format for them. Together we share loads of fun and meaningful moments.
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 203-687-7225
Kabballah and Kirtan make a wonderful marriage. I love engaging these two powerful spiritual technologies.
Kirtan in The Yurt: Every Thursday night at 7:30pm, The Yurt, 550 Amity Road, Woodbridge, CT. Join us for Hebrew kirtan in the magical space of The Yurt. Led by Richard on harmonium accompanied by a variety of talented singers and musicians.