To all our Ann Arbor Kirtan friends,
Ann Arbor Kirtan is back, re-imagined and re-invigorated!
We are very excited to announce our next kirtan, Friday evening, August 23 from 7:30-9:30 pm at the beautiful KTC Buddhist Center at 614 Miner Street in Ann Arbor.
Returning to join us for this kirtan will be our very good friend, Rick Frires, MD from Cleveland. Rick regularly plays bass guitar with Krishna Das.
As part of our renewal, we will be adding other types of spiritual and meditative modes of music to our yoga kirtan repertoire.
Come join the Ann Arbor Kirtan Group for an informal evening of yogic and Sanskrit chanting. Kirtan is a five hundred year-old yoga tradition that has most recently been popularized by such notable people as Krishna Das, Jai Uttal, Deva Premal, and Ragani. Kirtan uses a method of call and response that allows the audience to fully participate in the chant, experiencing the great depth and beauty of mantra, voice, and musical instruments. Learn more...
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