Come Chant 1st Fridays of the Month with LEA and friends 7:30PM 15$ advance or 20.00 Door
Join us for evening of chant and live music, meditation and bliss with Lea and her musicians, Rad Crasto and Gotta Lago!
Discover and Join Chant artist, Lea Longo “SONGS of A SIREN Concert and Kirtan presenting a mixture of jazz and sacred chants taken from her new album ‘Songs of a Siren” - and mantras from her 2 previous mantra CD's -Zen Voyage & Peace Chants. You will be hypnotized by Lea’s sensual, seducing vocals, and musical arrangements morphing the Sitar, tablas and jazz guitars- an ”EAST meets WEST “ sound. Lea was the recipient of the National Songwriting Contest in 2004, with songs successfully placed from her album “Miserably Happy” in Hollywood TV Shows and Movies like Dawson’s Creek and Cheaper by the Dozen. Discovering mantras in 2007 while visiting India, Lea got entranced by the effects of mantra music, became a kundalini teacher, and now leads Kirtans in Montreal and abroad, is the co-founder of Montreal Chant Fest and her two previous CD’s “Zen Voyage” and “Peace Chants” were successfully praised and welcomed into the sacred chant community. Come share the love and get enchanted by this Siren on her new musical chapter…
Discover new sounds of chanting with Lea Longo and her musicians !
Celebrate Lea Longo NEW CD "Songs of A Siren "Concert and Launch !
Sounds Like: Snatam Kaur, Sade, Wah!, Deva Premal and Miten
Label: Sweet Life Music, Sweet Life Publishing
Bio: Few artists can boast a rich and varied musical path that Lea Longo has. From pop to world music through jazz, this award winning singer-songwriter has explored several genres with equal success, garnering praise and prizes along the way. From winning a National Songwriting Contest to chanting ma...See Full Bio
Rad Crasto on guitar/sitar, Daniel on Jembe ,vocals Lea
““Listening to Lea Longo's "Songs of a Siren" is like being called to your favorite place and enjoying the sweetness it delivers. In my case it's the ocean, which is entirely appropriate for this album. Lea calls out to you, you hear and melt into her melodies, the Siren calling you home. Great singing, great songs. A finely crafted CD that calls us to our own devotional selves.””