We have just finished our first season of Ecstatic Kirtan here at Cambio. If you don't know we have been holding monthly Ecstatic Kirtans accompanied by the live music of Spiritwell (aka resident Cambio Teachers Suzanne Mariska and Austin Richman) where we chant Kirtan for the first hour and then transition into an hour of Ecstatic Dance using the same chants (that's why everyone in this recording knows the chants so well). The music during the Ecstatic Dance portion of the night is known as a wave and we thought this one was extremely special so we wanted to share it here to let you know just how special it was. The Kirtan Portion will be released in the next few weeks so keep an eye out for that too.
Please enjoy and keep an eye out for us to be getting back to offering these after our schedule packed June comes to a close. In the meantime you can catch us at Ohana Kava Bar on June 8th at 7:30 and find out more info at https://www.facebook.com/spiritwellmusic/ drop by and give us a like why don't you and while you're at it feel free to sign up for our monthly newsletter too! ENJOY & VIBE HIGH!!!!
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