Ajeet, Live in Toronto April 9, 2022
Church of the Holy Trinity
10 Trinity Square, Toronto
(next to the Eaton Centre, Dundas subway) See map
Doors at 6:30pm
Seating in chairs and pews
Premium Seating: $40 advance / $50 same day (1st 4 rows chairs)
General Admission Seating: $30 advance / $40 same day (chairs & pews)
Fees & taxes extra; ticket sales are final and non-refundable
*Purchase tickets HERE
*Please note that the concert scheduled for Saturday November 13, 2021 has been rescheduled for Saturday April 9, 2022.
*All purchased tickets will be honoured for the new concert date.
*Requests for refunds for tickets purchased prior to July 23, 2021 will be accepted until September 24, 2021.
Watch “Breathe (I Am Free)” from her new “Voices Like Rain” Live album!
Ajeet and her band weave together ancient rhythms and melodies, deep meditative spaces and heart-opening songs to bring you on a journey through music. Their concerts are an opening to spirit, a ceremonial space, and an opportunity for deep connection. Accompanied by Ezra Landis on guitar, and Raffa Martinez on percussion, and Aisling Urwin on harp, allow Ajeet’s voice to carry you to another realm. Let your voice join with many in a call for healing, a return to the ancient ritual of prayer through song.
“I feel so blessed to know Ajeet, to sing with her, and practice in spiritual community together. Her music & presence is purely uplifting, joyful, and filled with devotion. I hope you will come out to chant with her.” ~ Snatam Kaur
*Contact Nirmal at 416-716-1402 or Nirmal@TheWellnessPath.ca
*For more information on Ajeet and her music, please visit her website at AjeetMusic.com.
Ajeet is a world music artist weaving inspiration from traditional Irish folk to mystical and meditative soundscapes. The band come together from Spain, Ireland and the United States to offer a musical experience which transcends boundaries and takes listeners on a journey through melody and sonic texture. Collaboration is central in her work, and some of her collaborators include Trevor Hall, Aisling Urwin, Sukhmani Rayat, Rising Appalachia, Snatam Kaur, Seamus Egan and Peia. Her album, “Indigo Sea” was self-produced and engineered, and was released independently with support from fans and listeners. Celebrated as #1 on the iTunes World Chart and Billboard Top 10 New Age Chart, Ajeet’s music continues to be embraced by communities across the globe.