Johanna Beekman Coming Home Kirtan

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What: Kirtan & sacred song- coming home Johanna's last local 2016 Kirtan Concert
WHO: Johanna Beekman & Friends: Kriyanna Feyalove (vocals)Hamid Shibatta Bennett(drums), and more.
WHERE. Temple I Am
CONTACT. Kriyanna Feyalove
COST. $11-$33

Come experience the shared heartbeat of kirtan and devotional singing with Johanna Beekman and friends. Johanna's unforgettable songs will open your heart and inspire you on your journey long after the last note fades into silence.

ABOUT JOHANNA BEEKMAN:
Johanna is a kirtan artist and songstress loved for her rich, soulful voice, her radiant spirit, and her inspiring chants and songs that tap deep into the collective soul. She is equally comfortable performing sacred kirtan music for top yoga festivals and classes with world renowned teachers, dreamy chants and songs for her unique Lullaby Yoga sessions, rhythmic world-beat grooves for dancers, and soulful ballads for concert audiences.

Heart Beats One, Johanna’s long-awaited kirtan album, has been described by reviewers, musicians, kirtan artists, and yoga enthusiasts as stellar… stunning… gorgeous… magical… mystical… sweet… healing… haunting… amazing… extraordinary… and more. It has been nominated for awards in concious music. For more about Johanna, visit johannasings.com.

Johanna has been featured at some of the nation's top yoga festivals & studios. Most recently she as collaborated with lumanaries of the yoga and Kirtan World Dave Stringer, Saul David Ray, Sara Ivanhoe, Kia Miller, BiBi Mcgill (Beyonce), Award winning producer Ben Leinbach, and More. She Is honored to be able to share such a deep practice in collaboration with esteemed players and singers across the nation including Benjy Wertheimer, David Newman, Girish, Gina Sala, and Benjy Wertheimer of Shantala.


MORE INFO.
www.johannasings.com

" Johanna Beekman's luscious album, "Heart Beats One," is a gem from this Northwest bhakti yogini."
- Brenda Patoine, The Bhakti Beat
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By: Johanna Beekman Music