Common Spirit Presents
DEVA PREMAL & MITEN WITH MANOSE
Thu May 2
Doors: 6:30 pm / Show: 7:30 pm
$35.00 - $108.00
This event is all ages
Ages 15+ without a parent
All tickets are non-exchangeable and non-refundable following purchase
Listed price does not include tax and service charge
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Their transformational events have become legendary among millions of meditators and yoga practitioners around the world, with sell out concerts and a string of acclaimed CDs topping World and New Age charts at iTunes, Amazon and Billboard.
Their blend of sensual, groove based, east-meets-west style of music has attracted the attention of superstars, celebrities, and world teachers - even the Dalai Lama is known to include their chants in his private time. And they have also taken their mantras to prisons (such as San Quentin), homeless shelters and facilities for autistic children, where chanting offers an effortless path to ease the heart and quiet the mind.
Miten: “The Wings of Mantra gatherings are not concerts in the accepted sense. We don't see ourselves as entertainers or ‘performers’. Our music is created as a communal experience, to lighten the load of the day-today existence and to open the door to a deeper, more profound experience of meditation. It's all about participation. Sing! Chant! Laugh! Cry! It's all part of the mix when we come together to meditate."
The Wings of Mantra World Tour 2019 will feature the Seven Chakra Gayatri Mantra from their latest album, DEVA along with Miten's songs of spiritual awakening, taken from his TEMPLE AT MIDNIGHT album.
This planet is shaking and trembling. It is obvious that we cannot wait for peace to be delivered from 'the outside'. Deva & Miten are proof that chanting these ancient mantras opens the door to an inner sanctum where endless peace reigns.
Deva: “Every theatre becomes a temple when we gather to give thanks through sacred chant. Our voices, ecstatic and harmonious, provide the soil for transformational experience. And it always happens. Mantra chanting never fails to uplift the tired spirit, no matter how dis-connected we may feel. In Sanskrit, ‘man’ means mind and ‘tra’ means to be free from, so ‘mantra’ literally translated, is a bridge between the busy, chattering mind and inner peace. This has been the essence of my personal journey with music and meditation. From song into silence.”
Deva Premal, Manose and Miten's band features:
Joby Baker (bass/vocals/keyboards). Rishi (percussion), and Spencer Cozens (keyboards).
For more information, visit www.DevaPremalMiten.com
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT DEVA PREMAL & MITEN
CHER (Who continues to perform Deva's Gayatri Mantra live on stage in Las Vegas): “THE ESSENCE by Deva Premal is my all-time favorite album for yoga.”
HH DALAI LAMA: “Beautiful, beautiful music...!” (After Deva & Miten played for him at a private audience.)
TONY ROBBINS: “SONGS FOR THE INNER LOVER by Miten is a passionate and powerful work of art.”
KRISHNA DAS: “TEMPLE AT MIDNIGHT is a wondrous musical journey to Love. We have no fear. Our path is illuminated by each song, glowing with a different coloured light, showing us the way home…”
ECKHART TOLLE: “Their music is pure magic...”
CHRISTIANE NORTHRUP, MD: “DEVA is a beautiful musical offering to the world which simultaneously uplifts, delights, and heals.”
BRUCE LIPTON, Ph.D: “DEVA’s soul-soothing tracks provide an antidote to today’s high-stress world... a powerful prescription for joy whose side effects include enhanced health and an opportunity to reignite your passion for life.”
From MOSCOW: “It was fantastic! I have never sung together with so many people, this chanting touched me so deeply that I even cried a little. It wasn’t a concert in the common way, it was a revelation, a healing meditation where our hearts were filled with love, joy and forgiveness... ”
From MUNICH: “It was a truly magical and deeply healing evening. Starting with the first OM until the break the tears ran down my cheeks like a silent waterfall. I feel a deep gratitude for you and your music. When I gave birth it was also your music that accompanied us.”
From ISRAEL: “It was magical in Tel Aviv ... something opened in me. I always saw the Arabs as my enemy... separate from them. I tried to understand but my heart was closed. After the concert I feel peace in my heart and hope for a good life for all of us. Namaste.”
SAN QUENTIN PRISON INMATE: “I’ve been in here 25 years, but tonight I’m free...” (After a concert in the prison by Deva & Miten with Manose)
Accompanied by Nepalese bansuri maestro Manose, with Canadian Joby Baker on bass and Danish percussionist Rishi, their unique, spiritually inspired evenings of mantra, song, and chant are treasured by audiences around the planet.
These powerful gatherings offer a joyful path to centering in these turbulent times, creating moments of what Deva describes as “ecstatic silence” – or in Miten’s words, “luminous pools of deep celebration.”
During their 26 years together the duo have presented their music worldwide, from New York to Los Angeles, from Buenos Aires to Rio de Janeiro, from Moscow to Kiev to Tel Aviv, from San Quentin Prison to the concert halls of Europe, proving that mantras transcend all traditional cultural and religious boundaries.
They released two albums in 2016: Cosmic Connections Live, featuring tracks recorded during their 2014/15 World Tours; and Miten’s new best-selling collection of songs, Temple at Midnight, which rocked to the top of the iTunes charts in the USA, Canada, Germany, Switzerland, Denmark, Australia and New Zealand when first released.
Deva Premal & Miten with Manose’s 2017 Temple at Midnight North American Tour is sponsored by ORGANIC INDIA in association with UPLIFT.
Visit www.DevaPremalMiten.com for more information.
It is just upriver from Nepal’s most holy Hindu temple, and is home itself to an important Buddhist shrine. An influx of Tibetan refugees who congregated around the great Boudhanath shrine, and the outward growth of Kathmandu city has created there a nexus where everyone from religious pilgrims, to enclaves of traders, and Western adventurers converged to meet, mingle, haggle, and gawk. It is dusty and colourful, a Babylon of languages and traditions.
Here eight-year-old Manose fell in love with the bamboo flute one night when a fortuitous breeze wafted its song through his bedroom window.
Manose’s real relationship with music began when Manose heard about an old man who played the shenai. That man, Madan Dev Bhatta, a disciple of Ustad Bishmillah Khan, initiated Manose into the study of classical raga music, often known as North Indian classical music.
From the demanding study of raga music, Manose has acquired technical mastery and an astonishing ability to improvise. At the same time, we find him wonderfully free to draw inspiration from wherever he finds it, be it the swaying sweetness of a samba, or the lightening fast lines of Celtic masters.
When asked what or who has had the greatest musical influence on his playing, he thinks for a moment and says “this very moment of existence and silence”.
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