On Thursday May 06, 2010 Moksha and Jemal Wade along with Rising Tide International will be hosting ‘An Intimate Evening of Sufi Kirtan & Song’. This is not a HuDost concert but an interactive evening of call and response, chanting and Zikr.
During evenings of Sufi Kirtan and Song, the Experimental World Music Ensemble, HuDost, delves into the depth of the human heart and how phenomenally accessible it is through music. Zikr is the Sufi term identifying a practice of chanting and singing the multiple names of the One Being that unites us all; it literally means remembrance. Zikr inspires the remembrance of breath, of sound, of heart, of consciousness, and of people, places, and situations needing one’s awareness. HuDost writes music in song form that explores the depths experienced via Zikr. During these evenings, whoever is present will be able to partake in Zikr and in sharing the astonishing multi-cultural music that HuDost explores.
You can find the Facebook invite here to RSVP and pass onward: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=109830402388769&ref=mf