Music, Kirtan, Concerts

OCTOBER 9th: The Starlight Honeys @ The Corner House Pub, 6:30-9:30 pm.  Sandwich Fair Weekend!

OCTOBER 14th: Shantala, the Music of Benjy & Heather Wertheimer!

Kirtan 7 pm. $20 advance RSVP.


 $20 first 20 registrants
Award-winning international artists Heather & Benjy Wertheimer as Shantala open hearts around the world with their passionate music. Shantala creates a sublime soundscape of musical harmony between East and West with soul-stirring vocals, sacred lyrics, and exotic instrumentation. Call and response chanting with Shantala is fun, uplifting, and inspiring.

Benjy Wertheimer is an acclaimed multi-instrumentalist (playing tabla, congas, percussion, esraj, guitar, and keyboards) and vocalist specializing in Indian classical music. He has played with a diverse range of musicians, including Carlos Santana, Paul Winter, and Narada Michael Walden. Heather Wertheimer is a nationally award-winning singer-songwriter and guitarist.

As Shantala, Benjy and Heather tour throughout the U.S. and abroad. In addition to sharing the stage and recording studio with sacred music luminaries such as Krishna Das, Deva Premal, and Jai Uttal, they have released a number of critically acclaimed CDs, including their newest, live kirtan release LIVE in love. Other recordings include the popular chanting CD The Love Window and world dance CD Circle of Fire, which reached #1 on the international New Age radio charts in November 2002. Heather’s CD Church of Sky was named one of the ten best CDs of 2004 by New Age Retailer Magazine.

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