Ek Taal: A Healing Circle
October 17 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pmFree
SEWA-AIFW invites you to an afternoon of channeling our growth and purpose through music. with the help of vocal combinations, we will explore ways to tap into our own transformative energy as individuals and as a community. Join us on Oct 17th for a group healing session!! The session will be in-person at our Bass lake road office!
Meet our artists!
Healing Justice Coach Kabir Mohamed
Kabir Mohamed is the Recruitment and Admissions Director at Hiawatha Academies, and a Consultant / Certified Mediator and Conflict Coach in the Twin Cities. He has over 20 years of experience in higher education with a BA in Global Studies and an MA in Organizational Development. He supports students and their families by connecting them with a high quality K-12 education. He has taught graduate level courses in transformational coaching with a social justice framework, and mindfulness-based meditation at St. Kates University. He is committed to supporting youth and coaching anyone around him in his everyday life to use conflict as an opportunity to deepen relationships and community.
Composer/Voice Coach Ritika Ganguly
Ritika is a Minneapolis-based composer, anthropologist, and voice coach born and raised in New Delhi, India. She has trained in multiple genres within Bengali music and contemporary Indian musical theater. She has been awarded several grants for her research and new musical work in Baul (Bengali Sufi music/poetry). She was recently commissioned by the Minnesota Opera to compose a mini opera in Bangla. She continues to learn in the field from Baul poet-practitioners on what it means to develop aural skills and deepening the aptitude to hear. Ritika is committed to vocabulary-building of South Asian music in the Twin Cities, and when not composing or consulting, she can be found coaching her students in voice culture, ear-training, and deep listening.