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Rasa Mandala is an exciting new collaboration between internationally acclaimed kirtan singer Carmella Baynie and Dale Nougher, long loved as one of Australia’s first exponents of ambient/electronic music. This is a fresh, exciting new sound and has paved the way for the melding of dance and mantra. Inspirational, uplifting, anthemic chants and infectious rhythms.

Ex-Byron Bay resident Carmella Baynie returns to the shire again to perform something very new and special. Her shows elsewhere have been hugely successful, packed with people dancing and chanting! Carmella is a world-renowned singer, composer and voice therapist based in Sydney. She is an accredited voice teacher and yoga teacher with more than 20 years’ experience in the practice of yoga, meditation, martial arts, the dramatic arts and singing.

Carmella has dedicated her life to facilitating sound as a healing force, as a vehicle for transformation and vibrational healing.

Friday at Coorabell Hall from 7.30pm.

Tix are $20 or $25 at the door; go to www.kupromotions.com.au.


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