INDIAJIVA AT BAMBOO BUDDHA!
ᗯEᒪᑕOᗰE TO ᗩ ᗰᑌᔕIᑕᗩᒪ ᒍOᑌᖇᑎEY ᑌᑎᗪEᖇ TᕼE ᔕTᗩᖇᔕ
After a sold-out event last year, IndiaJiva is returning to Bamboo Buddha this November to share with you once again, their beautiful enchanting music.
IndiaJiva perfectly weaves together mesmerising sounds from the sitar, lap steel guitar, jazz guitar, tabla, flutes, bass and world percussion, electronic soundscapes along with their exquisite voices that produce a highly intoxicating, original sound.
They have the gift of transporting their audience into another time and space while touching your heart and soul. The art of soulful music is clearly still alive as Ron and Vicki help you to reconnect to ancient traditions through the power of sound. Their music appeals so deeply because despite its contemporary feel, it still succeeds in keeping alive the meditative nuances of its’ traditional roots. One hears Indian temple chants with exquisite soaring melodies in their music, sending the listener effortlessly spinning into states of bliss.
Not only will you be experiencing the music under the stars, you will also have the option of including a delicious meal by Bamboo Buddha, served before the main concert. For those of you who have not been before, Bamboo Buddha is a little cafe oasis located in Holgate (90 minutes from Sydney) and set in a serene Bali-style garden setting, surrounded by trees, koi ponds and nature sounds.
Whether you come to chant, meditate or to bathe in the music that will be flowing through the venue, you will walk away feeling uplifted, joyful and nourished. Please see more about the performers below.
Booking link: https://www.trybooking.com/540894
Cushions and chairs are provided but please feel free to bring your favourite cushion for your own comfort.
Kids are welcome, however please be mindful the music will often inspire stillness and contemplation for some and to keep an eye on kids that might wander.
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IndiaJiva are multi-instrumentalists and composers Ron Ragel and Vicki Hansen have carved a niche for themselves in the field of world fusion music – creating a new synthesis in sound, transporting their audiences beyond the borders of both the East and West.
They can be seen in small and large concert halls from yoga barns to Festival stages, IndiaJiva continue to quench the thirst of their local fan base to international audiences and continue to find newer audiences
They are accomplished multi instrumentalists and their signature sound and music, firmly rooted in “raga sangeet”, has attracted millions of followers to their YouTube channel:
They have released over 18 studio albums since the turn of the century plus books, DVDs and Sacred artwork. Today IndiaJiva are amongst the highest selling sacred music artists in the world. https://medicinemusic.com.au