Coming soon! A rare chance to see Nirinjan Kaur live in concert and to join her in a pre-concert workshop when she and cellist Matthew Schoening appear at Notting Hill’s Tabernacle on Friday 12th September 2014.
Click here to book on Tabernacle’s website. Tickets cost £24 for the concert only and £24 for the workshop only, with a special discounted price of £45 for both events.
The evening begins at 6pm with the workshop, in which Nirinjan Kaur will teach us how to open our voice and heart to chant to the fullest, tuning into our highest self and opening the doors for our own creativity to flow and transform our lives.
The concert follows at 7.30pm, when Nirinjan Kaur’s smooth, powerful voice and Matthew Schoening’s unique cello looping technique will present mantras and songs from the Sikh and Kundalini Yoga traditions.
Matthew Schoening is a world-reknowned, award-winning artist who plays his electric cello through a complex process of live looping.
Nirinjan Kaur Khalsa was born in Vancouver, Canada, to a family of practicing Sikhs. Her mother, Guru Raj Kaur Khalsa, is also a kirtan artist, and had sung for years before Nirinjan’s birth. While she was at the Miri Piri Academy in India, Nirinjan Kaur learned Eastern music theory from Ustaad Narinder Singh, who also taught her how to sing from a deep place with a full voice. Last year her track Triple Mantra went to the top of the UK spiritual charts after it was selected by Russell Brand on Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs.