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Culture of the Spirit - Concert & Music Fest

Sahaja Yoga Meditation

Washington, DC

Culture of the Spirit - Concert & Music Fest

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Ticket Type Quantity
General Access Sunday July 7th 7:00 PM Langley HS Auditorium
Langley HS Auditorium, 6520 Georgetown Pike, Mclean VA 22011. Ticket will give you access to show and parking. Please make a generous contribution below to support this event.
Free  
General Access Tues July 9th Greenberg Theater
Greenberg Theatre, 4200 Wisconsin Avenue, Washington DC. Ticket will give you entry into the theater, parking will be outside the theater premises. Exhibit starts at 2:30PM and seating for the concert starts at 5:30PM.
Free  
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$7 Suggested minimum per person. Help us crowd-source funds for making this event possible and to encourage more world music projects through your generous contribution.

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               CULTURE OF THE SPIRIT CONCERT

  Eight international artistes from Europe, India and South America.

    Four musical styles including a confluence of  the sounds of flamenco, sitar , sufi and the violin.

Two unique concerts with ensemble performances of musical fusion, rhythm and dance theater.

Including the fusion band "IndiaLucia".


 


 

This summer The Culture of the Spirit Tour is visiting Northen Virginia and Washington DC on July 7th and 9th. The Culture of the Spirit Tour program features captivating music, dance, theater and realization performances by an exceptionally talented group of artists from around the globe. This group blends electrifying rhythms of fusion, flamenco, and eastern music and dance styles.


For artist profiles & other cities, visit http://cultureofthespirit.us/artists/

 

                                            Concert Information 

 

 Tuesday, July 9, 2013 from 6:30 PM (EDT)  

Venue: Greenberg Theater

Location: 4200 Wisconsin Avenue, Washington DC

 Directions to Greenberg Theater



 

FAQs

 

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Please call 1 888 9 SAHAJA

How long is the scheduled performance?

The entire show is expected to last 2 hours and 15 minutes.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

Yes, it is preferred inorder to process entry quicker.

The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?

The registered person in the group must be present at the venue. Exceptions will be allowed on a case by case basis.

Any food service?

Yes, we will have snacks and dinner available for sale by our food sponsor. 

What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?

For Greenberg Theatre in DC, see below:

Parking
Available in guarded underground lot on north side of Van Ness St., just west of Wisconsin Ave.

AU Shuttle Bus
AU community members may take the AU Shuttle from either main campus or the Tenleytown/AU Metrorail red line stop, and request to be dropped off at Van Ness Street, just a block and a half from the Greenberg Theatre.

Metrorail (Red Line)
From the Tenleytown/AU Metrorail red line stop, take the west exit for Wisconsin Ave (next to Best Buy) and walk south/downtown two blocks to the theatre. Please see also Metrorail Map.

Metrobus
Routes 30, 32, 34, 35, 36, H4, N8 directly pass the Greenberg Theatre. You may also take routes M4 and N2 to Tenley Circe, just above the theatre. Please see Metrobus for more info.

Have questions about Culture of the Spirit - Concert & Music Fest? Contact Sahaja Yoga Meditation

Where


Greenberg Theatre (July 9th @ 6:30PM)
4200 Wisconsin Ave NW
Washington, DC 20016


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Organizer

Sahaja Yoga Meditation

Our Story

The Culture of the Spirit Festival is a world music event that is seeking to bring forth the confluence of the varied music, art and dance traditions of the world and encourage art that not only entertains but enlightens.

The word culture comes from the verb to cultivate by  cultivating the garden of our inner self we can harvest its fruit of beauty and joy. Thus art becomes a vehicle, a means, of expressing the innate qualities of the spirit.

 

Proudly Supported by

Sahaja Yoga Meditation is a 501(C)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to bringing self awareness and empowerment through inner transformation and self realization. We conduct meditation workshops and provide holistic solutions to promote health wellness and balance in communities across the world.


Locally, this organization conducts meditation classes at public libraries and facilities near you. To know more about our classes schedules in DC, Virginia and Maryland areas visit: www.dcsahajayoga.org

 

Our Food Sponsor: 

Curry Mantra 1 & 2

Traditional Indian Restaurant

City of Fairfax

City of Falls Church

http://www.dccurrymantra.com/

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