Parvathy Baul will share Baul stories and Songs.
2nd June, 2018 | 1:00 pm to 5:30 pm | Kenjuin Temple, Koishikawa, Tokyo
Contribution: 4000 Yen (inclusive of tea)
This performance will be co-hosted by the Kenjuin Temple, which is the venue, near Tsutsuin.
The nearest stations are Kasuga station and Korakuen station.
Contrary to its modern appearance, the building is almost entirely made of natural materials.
Parvathy Baul also subscribes to natural building and sustainable construction, and it is a wonderful interaction between the space and the artist.
1:30 pm to 3 pm – Story of Baul (Doors open at 1 pm)
3 pm – Break and tea
4 pm – Concert
5:30 pm – Conclusion
While the program is in English, there will be simultaneous Japanese translation
The Kenjuin temple is a temple of the Jodo sect, with a dedication similar to the Bhakti of Baul.
Some of the last words of Sanatan Das Baul, Master of Parvathy Baul, were
‘Make your life into a prayer. Education may not be accessible to all, but singing is an act of prayer that anyone can do.’
A literary Master and the founder of the Jodo Sect said
‘Please do work in accordance with the mouth with Nanjidamida Buddha, live in the name of that Buddha’.
So while there may be apparent cultural differences, the spirit and thoughts of both practices can lead us deep within ourselves. May this interaction take us to this depth together.
There are two ways to make a reservation:
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the day, concert or workshop want to attend in the subject line.
Your Name (all of your applications)
Please specify your representative contact (phone number and email address).
You can also register at echoesofbaul.info
Or contact Tomomi Sato, Sakurako Abe, or Akira Io.
Please note that cancellations are only possible until May 24th, and reservations will be non-refundable after the 25th.
Finally, about the participation of children.
With great difficulty and after much consideration, we have decided that we will not be able to accommodate children at the pre-school level. Thank you for your understanding.