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Spiritual Singer to Perform in New Zealand for First Time


Spiritual Singer to Perform in New Zealand for First Time

AUCKLAND, Wednesday 28th November 2012: OneWorld Global Events has announced Kirtana, the New Age Californian-based singer/songwriter who performs at Eckhart Tolle events, will be giving her first concert in New Zealand this weekend.

Kirtana is a long-time student of meditation and her music reflects her spiritual development and interest in personal transformation.

Megan Bardsley, spokesperson for OneWorld Global Events, says Kirtana’s music is revealing, sacred and heart-opening.

“Kirtana is captivating. Her voice carries you into an ever-deepening presence of stillness,” she says.

Kirtana will perform new songs from her latest CD, which is due for release in December.

“We’ve had a great response to the announcement of her concert as she has a strong fan base in New Zealand. Kirtana also has a loyal international following and has enjoyed success performing at events with Eckhart Tolle, Geneen Roth, Ganeaji, at satsangs, and concerts world-wide,” Bardsley says.

Kirtana says she is thrilled to have the opportunity to share her music and divine exploration in concert with Kiwis.

“I’m really excited about coming to New Zealand, to finally see this beautiful country that I’ve heard so much about, for so long,” says Kirtana.

Kirtana will perform on Friday 30th November at Rangihoua Estate on Waiheke Island at 6.30pm and Sunday 2nd December at 4pm at the tranquil setting of The Blockhouse Bay Boat Club, Auckland. Tickets are available from oneworldglobalevents.com or call (021) 2360035.

For more information on Kirtana, please view her biography http://kirtana.com/?q=biography
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