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
After a surreal time for us all and pause from touring, we emerge from hibernation ready to bloom into a new beginning. Join Ajeet for a special evening of ambient meditative spaces, intimate poetry and mystical realms through a truly original musical journey.
Accompanied by two of Ajeet’s dearest friends and collaborators, Aisling Urwin on harp and Sukhmani on percussion, allow yourself to be carried into a space of deep connection. For the first time ever these three incredible artists will share an evening of vibrant new material and reimagined arrangements of Ajeet’s most beloved songs. Let your voice join with many in a call for healing, a return to ritual and a sense of peace through music.
In Person Tickets
Premium Seating: $60 advance / $70 same day (1st 4 rows chairs) SOLD OUT!
General Admission Seating: $40 advance / $50 same day
Livestream tickets go on sale June 16th!
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*Contact Nirmal at 416-716-1402 or [email protected]
*For more information on Ajeet and her music, please visit her website at AjeetMusic.com.
Ajeet is a sacred folk singer, recording engineer and songwriter weaving inspiration from traditional folk to mystical and meditative soundscapes. Her music, often described as otherworldly, transcends boundaries and takes listeners on a journey through melody and sonic texture. Many experience Ajeet’s music as healing, rejuvenating, and a place of deep connection.
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 creative process extends beyond live performance to her recording studio, where she produces and engineers her own work and others.
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.
Aisling Urwin is a harpist and songwriter from the seaside town of Kenmare in the mountainous South West of Ireland. Aisling aspires to use the harp in a contemporary context, challenging traditional views in an effort to stretch people’s preconceptions about what the harp should sound like. She is also passionate about the powerful healing properties of music and sound.
Aisling often sings in the ancient Irish traditional Sean Nós style(‘Sean Nós’ meaning ‘old style’). Her work reflects the sounds of today’s youthful modern Irish traditional music, an ever evolving tradition. Aisling’s music combines the organic sounds of lever harp and natural vocals with rich electronic sounds and textures. Her fifth album, ‘The Dragonfly Jig’ came out in 2019.
Sukhmani was born with a rhythm that is undeniable. You feel the heartbeat of her music before you realize it is pulsing through your body. As one of first female tabla players to emerge from the U.K, she has toured and recorded as a percussionist for years, playing on stage at the 2019 Grammy Awards.
Sukhmani was born into a Punjabi immigrant family in the United Kingdom, and grew up in Leeds where she was surrounded by the sounds of her Punjabi Sikh family, the Afro Caribbean community, and the city’s thriving music scene. She now brings her rare understanding of rhythm and percussion to her own music, delivering sultry vocals over deep, driving beats.
Sukhmani has accompanied artists such as Ajeet and Snatam Kaur on tour as a percussionist, where she “brings deep beauty, passion, and artistry to her playing.” In her transition to singing and songwriting, Sukhmani’s music connects with and empowers listeners to be fully and unapologetically themselves.