Bhakti Caravan Kirtan Band to Perform at Infinity




Hosted by the Infinity Foundation, Bhakti Caravan will be leading two evenings of kirtan, the call-and-response chanting of mantras and devotional phrases. Kirtan elevates the spirit, opens the heart and raises our collective consciousness. Everyone is welcome. The event runs from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m., February 3 and May 13, at Infinity’s new home in Highland Park. The Bhakti Caravan donates all proceeds to the foundation.

                This blend of tribal, traditional and lyrical music includes improvisation by master cellist Khari Lemuel, lead vocalist Ellen Katz and an ensemble of eclectic devotional musicians. Bring your heart, spirit and open-minded curiosity; no experience needed.

Cost is $10, 10 days in advance, $15 at the door. Location: 1280 Old Skokie Rd., Highland Park. For more information and to register, visit InfinityFoundation.org. See Infinity ad in the Community Resource Guide.

 

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