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Mozart and Meditation and an Afternoon Raga on Sitar

November 9th, 2.00pm

Old Government House, QUT Gardens Point Campus, 2 George Street, Brisbane

Enjoy the soothing sounds of three wonderful artists, Gasper Hunt, Robert Beckerton and Ravikesh Singh.

The concert is in honour of Shri Mataji, the founder of Sahaja Yoga.

2.00pm Mozart Piano Recital
3.00pm Meditation
3.30pm Afternoon Tea and Recollections Display
4.00pm Afternoon Raga with Sitar and Tabla
4.30pm Meditation
5.00pm Recollections Display
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music-as-peaceYou are warmly invited to an evening of Universal Peace featuring international music and recitals.

Aboriginal • Celtic • Chinese • Indian • Jewish • Muslim • Pacific Islander • Russian • Sahaja

 

Saturday 12th November, 2016
5.30 pm to 9.00 pm

Ashfield Town Hall
260 Liverpool Road, Ashfield, Sydney
(Google map)

Our multicultural fabric

The evening will provide a wonderful celebration of the beauty of the multicultural fabric that makes Australia one of the greatest countries in the world, celebrating the coming together of many people of diverse communities and faiths that have so enriched our nation.

Universal message of peace

Musicians, poets and spiritual leaders will unite to share the universal message of peace, but this performance is guaranteed to be more than that, as it will enable us to truly experience the depth of peace and joy that lies within each individual.

Music, poetry and words of peace are the universal language that uplifts, helps bring us together and reminds us we are all one.

More information

  • Free Admission – Everyone welcome.
  • Light supper provided.
  • Enquiries and bookings call Lisa on 0437 405 155

Sponsored by Life Eternal Trust Australia and Sahaja Yoga Meditation Australia

"Music of Joy" concert leaflet

Sahaja Yoga in the Philippines has invited “Music of Joy”, the renowned Australian Sahaja Yoga musical group, to perform a musical concert in the Philippines, as part of the Sahaja Yoga Asian Tour 2012. The concert will present vocal and instrumental music, including bhajans and qawwalis.

It will be a life-time experience for everyone in Manila to watch Australians playing musical instruments from all around the world.

The instruments include harmonium, didgeridoo, guitar, bass, flute, saxophone, clarinet, tabla, dholak, djembe, chimtar and tambourine.

The concert will be held on Sunday, 8 July 2012 at 3.00-7.00 pm in SM Mall of Asia, one of the biggest malls in the Philippines, at Pasay City, Metro Manila.

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