Sat, Sep 17|
Christ & Saint Stephen's Church
Sitar for Mental Health in New York
Join us for a transformative evening of sitar music and sound alchemy. Experience deep healing and joy through the musical talent of the youngest disciple of Pt. Ravi Shankar, Rishab Rikhiram Sharma and his students.
Time & Location
Sep 17, 2022, 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM EDT
Christ & Saint Stephen's Church, 120 W 69th St, New York, NY 10023, USA
About the Event
- Join us for an evening celebration of Rishab's 24th birthday and the musical talent of the youngest disciple of Pt. Ravi Shankar with Sitar music. A transformative evening of sound alchemy, deep healing and joy performed by Rishab Rikhiram and his students.
- Traditional music of India is considered to be a science of awareness and a vehicle to still the mind. The system of using sound vibrations to quiet the busy mind is called Nada (sound, tones or vibration) Yoga (union). It is a spiritual technique to turn your perception inwards to connect to your inner spirit. The goal is to use your “ear of the heart” to hear the sounds of your anahata nada, your own inner sound that is inaccessible to any other being.
- The human body is like a musical instrument, expressing countless frequencies in a constantly changing spectrum of life. It responds to sounds, thoughts, and speech through changes in heart beat, breathing, and circulation of energy.
Music can literally heal the heart.
Proof of vaccination against COVID-19 will be required for admission to this live event. For the safety of all attendees, performers, and church staff, there can be no exceptions to this policy.
- All attendees - including children over 5 years of age - must be prepared to show photo IDs & proof of vaccination at the door. Children who do not have any photo ID must be accompanied by a parent or guardian who can verify their identity.
- All attendees are encouraged to wear masks over their mouth & nose for the duration of their time inside the venue.
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