Jahnavi Harrison Concert – An evening of mantra, music and sacred song
Date – Saturday, November 16
Doors open – 7:00pm
Concert – 7:30pm – 9:30pm
Location – The Angel Orensanz Foundation
172 Norfolk Street. New York, NY 10002
– balcony: $40
– orchestra: $50
– front orchestra: $65
Purchase ticket here: http://bhakticenter.org/jahnavi-harrison-concert/
Contact – Kishor Chandra at firstname.lastname@example.org
Join Grammy Nominee, Jahnavi Harrison for an evening of devotional song and divine mantra that will transport you to the sacred space within — where beauty resides, where songs of love echo eternal and where every step is a dance. Accompanying Jahnavi will be a talented team of musicians performing original compositions to create a true offering from the heart.
“When Jahnavi sings and plays one feels that one is eavesdropping on the music of the Gods. One only has to have ears to hear her and know immediately that we are in the presence of grace.” – Krishna Das
“This woman is amazing. I’ve seen her perform, it’s holy and sacred.” – Russell Brand
“Jahnavi is a being of total devotion. Listen to her sing and let the doors of your heart fly open.” – Jai Uttal
Jahnavi Harrison was raised in a family of Bhakti-yoga practitioners at Bhaktivedanta Manor, one of England’s most important Hindu landmarks. She is a multidisciplinary artist, trained in both Indian and Western classical dance and music, as well as writing and visual arts. After graduating with a BA in Linguistics and Creative Writing at Middlesex University in London, she has spent the last ten years presenting and teaching mantra music and meditation globally, at music festivals, yoga studios, schools, corporates and theatre’s.
She co-founded ‘Kirtan London’, a project that aims to make mantra music accessible and relevant to a wider audience through a variety of events and retreats. She released her debut album, ‘Like a River to the Sea’ in July 2015, and was nominated for a Grammy in 2016 for the charity album ‘Bhakti Without Borders’. Jahnavi writes regularly for print and broadcast media including for BBC Radio 2’s ‘Pause for Thought’ and ‘Something Understood’ on BBC Radio 4. She currently travels the world, spending extensive time between London and New York City.