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Music for The Inner Journey

When:

Tue 12 Nov 2019, 7:00pm–9:00pm

Where: St John's Halifax Street, 379 Halifax Street, Adelaide CBD, South Australia

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

Listed by: ivanm

'Music For The Inner Journey' is a free concert celebrating the music of Sri Chinmoy. The concert, featuring international musicians will take us on a journey across a sublime musical landscape of eastern and western, tranquil and dynamic, magical and meditative melodies.

About the musicians:
Holland’s Vapushtara Jongepier began playing piano at age 6. He studied piano and jazz at a conservatory in the Netherlands and began performing the music of Sri Chinmoy in 1995. Vapushtara has orchestrated a number of major musical works of Sri Chinmoy as conductor of the international Gandharva Loka Orchestra.

Alap Jetzer is a Swiss, award-winning, multi-instrumentalist and new age musician who specialises in creating haunting melodies on duduk, an ancient Armenian double reed woodwind instrument made of apricot wood. Lucas Ineichen, a gifted percussionist, will accompany Alap.

Adarsha Kelly, from Glasgow Scotland, is an accomplished vocal performer who has sung in concerts around the world. An online website streaming his music has written: "Adarsha’s singing is something to be felt; it resonates in your entire being, until it reaches your heart’s core. Once there, it breaks open the door and moves you in your very depths."

Monk Party is a father and son duo consisting of session musician Pragunya Myers-Daly and son Nelson. They have emerged as one of the best outfits of their world music genre around. NZ Musician Magazine has written: "It may be devotional, ancient, hauntingly Middle Eastern and involve (Indian) mantras, but ultimately it is timeless and true World music. Recommended if you’re trying to lead a better and calmer life."

Monk Party uses a number of instruments darbuka, riq, frame drums, badhran, cajón, oud, pennywhistle, nylon guitar, gongs, bansuri flute and Vocals. Nelson has been playing on world music instruments since he was four. "I was never pushed into playing music but rather I learnt music like a language by always being around it and being absorbed in it," he says. "Pragunya had a wide variety of types of music he played and listened to which has really helped colour my approach to creating art."

Come along and be inspired with the uplifting sounds of the international guest musicians and be filled with inner peace.

"Only soulful music gives wings to the heart." - Sri Chinmoy

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