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Deva Premal and Miten Concert at the Unity of the Hills Church

 The tickets go on sale Saturday, September 26 for the Deva Premal and Miten concert, 7:30 pm, in Austin on November 19!  Tickets ($35-$60) will be available by web or phone. You can go to www.unityhills.org  this Saturday for ticket ordering information. 


If you are unfamiliar with them and/or their music, please visit their website at: www.devapremalmiten.com/   YouTube also has many videos to check out.


Unity Church of the Hills will host the international recording artists, Deva Premal & Miten.  They have just completed a European tour of sold-out concerts, and are releasing two new albums.  The concert here at UCOH will be part of a three-month tour of North America.  The music of Deva Premal & Miten is a contemporary interpretation of

traditional mantras and chants, and draws fans from all walks of life: from practitioners of yoga and meditation to those simply seeking a calming sound to soothe the cacophony of daily existence.  The openness and honesty in which they share their lives and their music has touched the hearts of thousands of seekers throughout the world. Over their decade-plus career, this dynamic musical duo has earned praise from fans as diverse as His Holiness, the Dalai Lama, Cher, motivational speaker Anthony Robbins, and actor Edward James Olmos.  Nepali flautist, Manose, will accompany the duo.


As many of you know,  Deva and Miten are both Blessing givers.  Their beautiful music 

carries the Oneness Blessing and so it will be a special gift for all of Austin to have them performing here.  We hope you all can attend and join us in this shared Blessing together for all of Austin.


"Beautiful music, beautiful…" – H.H. The Dalai Lama


Eckhart Tolle, spiritual teacher and best-selling author (The Power of

Now), says of their music, "As you listen, the sacred space that lies

beyond the mind emerges naturally and effortlessly."


Our music is born out of meditation and a celebration of life. Its

not a matter of entertaining people. says Miten.


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