Interactive Kirtan Coming to Infinity Foundation
Ellen Radha Katz
Kirtan: Meditation and Mantra, with Ellen Radha Katz and The Bhakti CaravanBand, will take place from 2 to 4 p.m., April 22, at Infinity Foundation. Kirtan is the chanting of mantras and call-and-response devotional phrases that elevate the spirit, open the heart and raise collective consciousness. The audience may bring a small percussion instrument. Neither experience in singing nor kirtan is necessary.
Cost is $15/$10 if paid 10 days in advance. Location: 1280 Old Skokie Rd., Highland Park. For tickets, call Ellen Radha Katz 847-831-8828.
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