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Mantra & Movement Magic with Vish & Vrinda

A highly dynamic duo, Vish and Vrinda will share kirtan and storytelling from India's beloved epic, the Ramayana. Invoking sacred vibrations and moods through mantra, movement, and expressive reading from the award-winning Sita's Fire Trilogy, a retelling of India's beloved epic which focuses on the women of the legend. This event is perfect for anyone curious about India, kirtan, Indian dance, the Ramayana, Vedic stories, kirtan, or just looking for an uplifting transformational evening!

About Visvambhar Sheth

An internationally recognized kirtan-singer and inspirational speaker, Vish has a lifelong connection to India and its culture. He began leading kirtan when he was five years old, and is a master of the Mridanga drum. Vish has a rare capacity to invoke and transmit the essence of kirtan. Vish has shared his love for kirtan at well known venues like BhaktiFest, Omega Institute, Wanderlust, and Beloved. He is the lead singer of the The Mayapuris, a headlining kirtan group that has rocked stages worldwide. He is also a performer and recording artist with world-beat ensemble, The Hanumen. Vish is a multi-instrumentalist, playing guitar, harmonium, bansuri flute, sitar, cajon, and bass. In this capacity, he accompanies other kirtan singer, like kirtan pioneer Jai Uttal or Gaura Vani. Vish has composed many unique songs, and collaborates with his wife, Vrinda Sheth, to make music and sing for dance.  www.Visvambhar.com

About Vrinda Sheth

Vrinda is a dancer, writer, and singer. She was raised in the Bhakti tradition in Sweden, and has been singing kirtan and dancing since she was a child. She studied Bharata Natyam in Kalakshetra, India the most renowned institute for classical Indian dance. She has a BA in English from University of Florida and is the award-winning author of The Sita's Fire Trilogy, a modern re-telling of the Ramayana. She lives in Florida with her husband and two children. www.SitasFire.com

Earlier Event: April 8
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