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Live concert - brighton, uk - 10th dec

We welcome Ayla Schafer to play in Brighton for the first time! Come and gather with us in this historic Grade II listed church where its high white walls provide superb acoustics.

Ceremonial grade Cacao will softly open our hearts, ready to receive a sweet experience of healing and soul soothing sounds.. This special evening begins with Asha playing solo, followed by Ayla being supported by Asha and Michael.

Ayla Schafer is a multi-lingual ‘world-medicine-folk’ singer-songwriter and a visionary musical artist weaving together a stunning repertoire of original poetic songs with traditional and tribal music, her music expressing a passionate dedication to earth consciousness and the sacred ancient wisdoms.

With a growing international presence she has become known as 'A voice of Mother Earth' and she is a powerful sound in the world of ‘ceremonial/medicine music’ and the rising global community of people who are committed to residing in harmony with the Earth. To experience the essence of this young songstress is to be taken down an enchanting musical journey that ultimately leads us back to the very core of our own inner existence.

"Songs of unity, healing and presence... some of the most beautiful world folk I’ve heard all year" - Higher plains music

Asha McCarthy is a multi faceted cellist/singer, a performer in North Indian classical, western classical, and folk music. Asha has performed internationally at venues as diverse as Glastonbury festival, India Habitat Centre, Royal Festival Hall. Her song "Apart Together" was featured on ITV, and she has collaborated on performances and recordings with artists such as Kuljit Bhamra, Jahnavi Harrison. Asha's music draws from the diverse musical heritages she's grateful to have received.

"Some of the most beguiling music you'll hear this year" - Shire Folk

Inspired by love for nature and ancestral wisdom, Michael's soulful music offers a sincere voice to the heart of the world... A sound reminiscent of the folk Traditions of Celtic Europe and Armenia, Brazil and Native America, Zimbabwe and West Africa; a sound to remind us we are all connected in this great mystery of life.

Doors Open 6.30pm (no entry before)

Cacao ceremony starts 7.15pm

Please bring a Cusion/ blanket & water bottle & whatever you may need to be comfortable

We are serving Organic homemade Herbal (refillable) tea as an alternative to Cacao, and some delicious sweet festive homemade vegan snacks so bring a little cash.

Tickets are available on Eventbrite only, there will be no tickets on the door.

Tickets £23 (inc Cacao or Refill Tea)

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