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    • Bhakti<>Shakti: Ambient and rhythmic soundscapes for healing and meditation: Improvisational in nature, Bhakti<>Shakti utilize Sanskrit mantras, live electronics, Aboriginal didjeridu, percussion, and guitar to weave an intentional sonic tapestry that invites the lister for centering, meditation, or dance. Bhakti<>Shakti is comprised of members Linda Go and John Vorus, who have a combined 45 years of experience performing, recording, and teaching in and around the United States, have been performing together for 6 years in and around Western North Carolina, including a spotlight appearance at Moog Fest.Linda Go: Vocals and Multi Instruments.

      Linda is a vocalist and instrumentalist who specializes in Nada Yoga and singing in Sanskrit. As a graduate of the American Sanskrit Institute, she shares her love for mantras devoted to Shakti. Using what is described as ‘heart-powered breath and voice’ to connect to audiences in every live performance, Linda’s original vocal style and musical mantra compositions continually inspire audiences to go deeper within.

      Linda Go is a recording artist, an instructor at UNCA, and live performer for Asheville Community Yoga.

      John Vorus: Didjeridoo and Electronics

      “John Vorus creates a dark, fathomless and purely evocative sound world that is equal parts mystery and wonders…”
      – John Shanahan, Hypnagogue

      With over 10 album appearances and hundreds of live performances, John uses continuous blend of electro-acoustic atmospheres, natural sounds, hypnotic beatscapes and didgeridoo rhythms, all boiled down into a delicately simmering aquatic tide pool oozing with audio lifeforms melting from track to track like a balm for mind. John has worked and performed with Brian Hussey (Morsel, Radar Bros, Ceu), Steve Roach, Casey Driessen (Bela Fleck, Jim Lauderdale), Robert Rich, Billy Cardine, Shawn Jimmerson, Jeff Sipe (Aquarium Rescue Unit), Nate Youngblood, Mark Rapp, Liz Lang (Auracene), Kat Williams, Nacho Arimany, and River Guerguerian (Omar Faruk Tekbilek).

      John Vorus is a microbiologist at Eliza Farms, didjeridu teacher, and live performer.

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