Auch 2017 werden wieder wunderbare Künstler aus der ganzen Welt unser Festival unterstützen.
Folgende Künstler haben Ihre Teilnahme bereits zugesagt.

(Alphabetisch sortiert.)

Kevin James Carroll (AUS)

Australian musician Kevin James weaves ancient mantras from various traditions with his own prayers and hearts songs. His uplifting music is an invitation to reconnect to the heart and co-create a positive vibration for the world. Kevin draws upon influences from traditional Indian Kirtan, Bhajans, Celtic and Sufi chants mixed with western folk sounds and world instruments. Leading singing circles around the globe for the past several years, including major yoga events such as The Bali Spirit Festival and Hong Kongs Evolution Yoga Conference, Kevin James brings new inspiration to all who hear his music.
Kevin wird beim Festival auch seinen wundervolen "Chanting Circle mit Friedensfeuer" anbieten.   Kevin bei Facebook

Sat Hari Singh (D)

Sat Hari Singh ist einer der Pioniere des Kundalini Yoga in Deutschland. Als Mitglied des ersten Hamburger Ashrams begann er 1980 mit Kundalini Yoga und veröffentlichte ab 1986 seine erste Übersetzung des Jap Ji Sahib, das frühe Morgengebet der Sikhs, an dem sich viele Yoga-Mantras orientieren.In seinen Mantra-CDs kommt sein spezieller Stil zum Ausdruck, die tiefsinnigen Worte auf einfühlsame aber auch sehr kraftvolle Art und Weise zu vertonen. Gerade ist sein neues Buch "Das Herz des Yoga" erschienen.
Sat Hari Singh und der Adi Shakti Chor - Dhan Dhan Ram Das Guru

Sat Purkh Kaur (Espanola)

Sat Purkh joined the Kundalini Research Institute in 2006 and served as the Creative Director until the fall of 2013. A member of the Teacher Training Executive Council as well as the KRI Board, she continues to serve in developing the Three Levels of Teacher Training in Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan® and currently serves as the IKYTA Association Manager and the KRI Immersion Training Team. She recently launched an annual course, Woman: The Adi Shakti, which awakens women to the Goddess within. She has seven albums of sacred music, Nectar of the Name, Beautiful Day: The Aquarian Sadhana, Queen Be: The Goddess Within, Love & Other Miracles, One: Love, Life, Light, The Pearl: Maiden, Mother, Crone, and The Guru Within. She lives with her husband and their menagerie of animals, and is always at work on her next album of sacred music. .

Simrit (US)

Wir freuen uns sehr, daß Simrit am Mittwoch das Eröffnungskonzert geben wird.
Her energy and music have a way of deeply touching people, understanding them, and bringing them with her into the unapologetic realm of the soul. Hailed world-wide for her haunting voice, music and undeniable and rare ability to transmit deep humanity and pure love through her sound, Simrit is known for her revolutionary innovation in hypnotic world and chant music that heals and evokes the innate power within all. She is a Renaissance woman who is the CEO of her independent record label, SIMRIT KAUR MUSIC, LLC, and she has topped World Music Charts including iTunes at #1 for consecutive weeks at a time, many times over, and Billboard Music. Her voice communicates with so much humanity. As an orphan child from the moment she was born in Greece, Simrit was the heir of a very distinct sound that she genetically inherited from a lineage of beloved Greek women singers going all the way from her mother(who was too young to take care of her) through her great grandmother. As a toddler, she was adopted by another Greek family from the American South, and she was raised in a rich Greek culture in South Carolina.

Sirgun Kaur (US)

Singer-songwriter and Kundalini Yoga teacher Sirgun Kaur's first solo kirtan album, The Cosmic Gift, inspires the spirits with its soaring chants. The album features a mix of English lyrics, kirtan mantras, and shabads (Sikh hymns) with a rich instrumental accompaniment that includes violin, acoustic guitar and drums. There's something deeply moving about Kaur's strong yet tender voice in songs like "Amen"—a glorious, original hymn that features yogic lyrics and a swelling female chorus—and "Mera Man Lochai"—a shabad that sounds like a gentle love song. Some chants and hymns are hundreds of years old, and along with Kaur's thoughtful English lyrics, they express the love and longing for the divine. The songs are imbued with purity of heart that's so alluring you may want to keep this album on repeat for days and weeks to come.