Saturday, September 23rd!
Flavia Krishna & GershoneAshland, OR, Jackson Wellsprings, Kirtan and Sacred Songs
September 20, 2017
This Saturday, September 23rd! We are in for a special treat! <3
Spreading Light through the Sacred Sounds of Music. Bringing devotional connection through kirtan & songs in a variety of languages including Sanskrit, English, Portuguese, Hebrew, and Spanish.
Flávia Krishna is originally from Brazil, and started her Bhakti Yoga path in the early 90's, within the Gaudiya Vaishnava lineage, through the teachings of A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada.
Her love for music, combined with devotion, found the perfect expression through the practice of Kirtan.
Krishna is part of a group of incredible musicians from Brazil who lead a movement called Canários Brancos (White Canaries), sacred artists dedicated to spreading Unity Consciousness and healing through sound vibrations in praise of Divine Mother Goddess, and the various expressions in which Divinity manifests.
Krishna sings and plays the mridangam, Naal, kartals, and harmonium. She is inspired and excited to be awakening and sharing this serving with Alll!
Gershone has been traveling as a musician since 2002. Touring the country with bands like DubConscious and Rahasya, Gershone has found himself in the heart of the Mantra Music genre, playing big name festivals from Bhaktifest to Bonnaroo with a variety of well-loved music artists including Wah!, Durga Das, and David Estes. In 2015, he spent six weeks in northern India studying Indian classical music. Gershone sings and plays the harmonium and is inspired to share his love of Kirtan with people everywhere!
Together, these two are spreading light wherever they go, creating healing through the sounds of sacred music. They will inspire you with their powerful chants in Sanskrit, Tibetan, Hebrew, English, Portuguese, and Spanish.
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