HELD MONTHLY ON A SATURDAY AFTERNOON / EVENING
HOSTED BY THE BHAKTI CENTER AT VARIOUS LOCATIONS IN NYC
THE NEXT 6 HOUR KIRTAN WILL BE HELD ON SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 20th, FROM 4-10PM, AT THE BHAKTI CENTER 25 FIRST AVE. N.Y. N.Y
ADMISSION: free of charge
The next six hour Kirtan will take place on JuLY 19th, at the Bhakti Center
We will have a lot of wonderful chanters and musicians, as usual with very special guest Radhanath Swami.
Admission is free; voluntary donations will be gratefully accepted to help cover the costs of the event. Please contact Yasoda-dulal at email@example.com if you would like to help in any way with the kirtan – from volunteering some service to financial sponsorship of the kirtan.
The Monthly 6 Hour Kirtan brings together a group of fantastic kirtan musicians and enthusiasts for a night to remember every month on a Saturday. This is the place to be to hear, learn about, sing and dance in kirtan.
Hosted by the Bhakti Center, emcee Yashoda Dulal co-ordinates the program at different locations in New York City including The Bhakti Center, The Broome Street Temple, Yogamaya, The Om Factory, and Stanton Street Yoga. To receive updates regarding exactly where and when the next 6 Hour Kirtan will take place, register for our mailing list here.
SCHEDULE FOR SEPTEMBER 20TH
4:00 to 4:30 Ghanshyam, pastor for Bellevue hospital and wonderful chanter
4:30 to 5:00 Denise Mihalik, sound healer and yoga teacher
5:00 to 5:30 Radha Gopinatha devi, visiting from Lithuania for leading kirtans in NYC
5:30 to 6:15 Virabhadra Rama Bud Tansey, healer and kirtaniya extraordinaire
6:15 to 6:45 Bhakti Lata Roberto, who teaches Kirtan Connection at the BC
6:45 to 7:45 Acyuta Gopi, NYC favorite, from Radha Govinda Mandir
7:45 to 8:15 Vrajananda Devi, visiting from Lithuania for leading kirtans in NYC
8:15 to 9:00 Rupa Tansey, sweet chanter visiting from Dallas
9:00 to 10:00 Ananta Cuffee, an NYC favorite for the grand finale
The newly renovated Taste of Bhakti cafe is now open and will have a prasad meal at a special rate for the kirtan.
Spread the word and come on over for as long as you can!