18 - 19 November 2017

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REGULAR PASS

DAY 1

INR - 2360

DAY 2

INR - 3540

EARLY BIRD

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DAY 2

(SOLD OUT)

UNDER 21

DAY 1

INR - 1062

DAY 2

INR - 1652

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India's first ecologically-crafted music festival

A convergence of music, arts and culture. Echoes of Earth, as the name suggests, is a celebration of the environment and a platform where artists and eco-conscious people can showcase ecological ideas and concepts to the larger festival audience and create awareness of an alternate way of life.

The sounds are calling again. It’s time to follow them and get away once again. Let’s follow the music into the wilderness, into the lap of everything

as pure as the art we love

 

For the second edition of Echoes of Earth, we’re getting even closer to the pulse of great live music. This year, we will bring back all the elements that you loved so much from last year, a whole lot of your favourite and new international artists, all together in the lap of nature – which serves as the perfect location to have a truly unique music festival experience that is unlike any other.

 

4 stages | Over 40 artists | Art installations | Countless memories

ECHOES OF EARTH 2017

ORGANIZERS

Echoes of Earth is the brainchild of Swordfish and Watson’s. Swordfish is an innovation agency with a global footprint in the event and marketing space; known for its expertise in music and musicians, art and technology. Watson’s is a popular neighborhood bar, known for its culture of bonhomie, good times, and passion for music.

 

A mutual love of music,  a sense of community, and concern for the environment brings the two businesses together for a common cause: the festival – Echoes of Earth.

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WORSHOP

Didgeridoo playing and making workshop

Didgeridoo is a wind percussion instrument from Australian aboriginal tribes. Considered as one of the oldest musical instruments existing today. DIDGERIDOO has been used by various artists and musicians in different ways in live music, recording, healing and relaxation.

 

Didgeridoo playing increases the breathing capabilities of the practitioner and helps in reducing snoring problems.

 

Artist details - Psy didge aka Abhijith has been one of the few and known didgeridoo artists in India who has taken up the application or usage of the aboriginal instrument in multiple genres of live music.

 

Loup Barrow Workshop

Renowned for his great expertise with the Cristal Baschet, the last polyphonic instrument invented in the 20th century in Paris, Loup Barrow has made rare instruments his specialty.

 

Loup devotes himself to studying the drums for many years before his curiosity leads him to search for different musical sounds and textures, and to discover instruments such as the Hammered Dulcimer, the Hang drum, the Din Pah and the chromatic Mbira.

 

The workshop is open to all, musicians/ non - musicians/ children. Loup Barrow’s workshop is based on playing, improvisation, and mostly listening to each other.

Through this workshop, people will discover rare and magical instruments such as Handpan/Glassharp/Cristal Organ. He will work on polyrhythm, independence, breathing music, silence. People can attend the workshop with any kind of instruments to improve their capacity of improvisation with new sonorities and new instrumental techniques. Also, Loup would be teaching how to make and tune a Glass Harp at home.

 

 

Details:

Workshop with Cristal Baschet

About the Instrument

Demonstration of the Instrument

Loup will play a few pieces.

Workshop with Handpan

About the instrument

Demonstration of the instrument

Teach how to play Handpans

 

Mouth Harp playing workshop

A sound healing workshop using the Mouth Harp. The intension of the workshop is to create fresh and positive vibrations around us. The workshop will also cover the various breathing techniques that are useful while playing the muhrsung.

 

For advanced artists, the basics of konnokol and its application on the jawharp will also be covered.

 

The workshop will be conducted by Nithin -  an alumnus of Swarnabhoomi Academy of Music, from where he completed his Diploma in Music Performance.

 

He trained in Konnakol (verbal percussion) under the guidance of mridangam maestro Shri Prapancham Ravindran and has been performing as a percussionist from the tender of age of twelve.

 

He has also worked independently with bands in South India like Shanka Tribe, Mind Map, High Definition and Mi And Soul.

 

Recently, Nithin co-founded the band 'Jatayu' along with Carnatic guitarist Shylu Ravindran.

 

Juru Yoga Workshop

Sound Meditation Therapy is a transformative Medicine of the next generation. It is a form of healing that works on mind, body, spirit.

 

The sound is a very powerful form of energy.  Sound traverses in the medium through vibrations and our bodies are made up of cells which at an atomic level constantly vibrate as well. And transmitting the right kind of sounds would bring out harmony, tranquillity, relaxation, and rejuvenation at a cellular level.

 

The sound has been used for healing and therapies for ages and it continues to have profound effects on Physical, Mental and Spiritual health and the effect is different with different types of sounds produced from a wide range of Tibetan Singing Bowls and Gongs. The only requirement for this amazing Medicinal technique is to LISTEN!

 

Tibetan Tones Singing Bowls and Gongs used in the Sound Meditation Therapy are completely handmade with every bowl having unique frequency and sound and transmit very deep vibrations.

It is one of the easiest ways to achieve a meditative state. It also enables us to reach beta and theta states of the brain from the regular alpha state which helps reduce stress levels by a great deal.

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18 - 19 November 2017

BUY TICKET

REGULAR PASS

DAY 1: INR - 2360

Day 2: INR - 3540

EARLY BIRD

DAY 1: (SOLD OUT)

DAY 2: (SOLD OUT)

 

UNDER 21

DAY 1: INR - 1062

DAY 2: INR - 1652

The sounds are calling again. It’s time to follow them and get away once again. Let’s follow the music into the wilderness, into the lap of everything as pure as the art we love

 

For the second edition of Echoes of Earth, we’re getting even closer to the pulse of great live music. This year, we will bring back all the elements that you loved so much from last year, a whole lot of your favourite and new international artists, all together in the lap of nature – which serves as the perfect location to have a truly unique music festival experience that is unlike any other.

 

3 stages | Over 40 artists | Art installations | Countless memories

Echoes of Earth is the brainchild of Swordfish and Watson’s. Swordfish is an innovation agency with a global footprint in the event and marketing space; known for its expertise in music and musicians, art and technology. Watson’s is a popular neighborhood bar, known for its culture of bonhomie, good times,

 and passion for music.

 

A mutual love of music,  a sense of community, and concern for the environment brings the two businesses together for a common cause:

the festival – Echoes of Earth.

WORSHOP

Didgeridoo playing and making workshop

Didgeridoo is a wind percussion instrument from Australian aboriginal tribes. Considered as one of the oldest musical instruments existing today. DIDGERIDOO has been used by various artists and musicians in different ways in live music, recording, healing and relaxation.

 

Didgeridoo playing increases the breathing capabilities of the practitioner and helps in reducing snoring problems.

 

Artist details - Psy didge aka Abhijith has been one of the few and known didgeridoo artists in India who has taken up the application or usage of the aboriginal instrument in multiple genres of live music.

 

Loup Barrow Workshop

Renowned for his great expertise with the Cristal Baschet, the last polyphonic instrument invented in the 20th century in Paris, Loup Barrow has made rare instruments his specialty.

 

Loup devotes himself to studying the drums for many years before his curiosity leads him to search for different musical sounds and textures, and to discover instruments such as the Hammered Dulcimer, the Hang drum, the Din Pah and the chromatic Mbira.

 

The workshop is open to all, musicians/ non - musicians/ children. Loup Barrow’s workshop is based on playing, improvisation, and mostly listening to each other.

Through this workshop, people will discover rare and magical instruments such as Handpan/Glassharp/Cristal Organ. He will work on polyrhythm, independence, breathing music, silence. People can attend the workshop with any kind of instruments to improve their capacity of improvisation with new sonorities and new instrumental techniques. Also, Loup would be teaching how to make and tune a Glass Harp at home.

 

Details:

Workshop with Cristal Baschet

About the Instrument

Demonstration of the Instrument

Loup will play a few pieces.

Workshop with Handpan

About the instrument

Demonstration of the instrument

Teach how to play Handpans

 

Mouth Harp playing workshop

A sound healing workshop using the Mouth Harp. The intension of the workshop is to create fresh and positive vibrations around us. The workshop will also cover the various breathing techniques that are useful while playing the muhrsung.

 

For advanced artists, the basics of konnokol and its application on the jawharp will also be covered.

 

The workshop will be conducted by Nithin -  an alumnus of Swarnabhoomi Academy of Music, from where he completed his Diploma in Music Performance.

 

He trained in Konnakol (verbal percussion) under the guidance of mridangam maestro Shri Prapancham Ravindran and has been performing as a percussionist from the tender of age of twelve.

 

He has also worked independently with bands in South India like Shanka Tribe, Mind Map, High Definition and Mi And Soul.

 

Recently, Nithin co-founded the band 'Jatayu' along with Carnatic guitarist Shylu Ravindran.

 

Juru Yoga Workshop

Sound Meditation Therapy is a transformative Medicine of the next generation. It is a form of healing that works on mind, body, spirit.

 

The sound is a very powerful form of energy.  Sound traverses in the medium through vibrations and our bodies are made up of cells which at an atomic level constantly vibrate as well. And transmitting the right kind of sounds would bring out harmony, tranquillity, relaxation, and rejuvenation at a cellular level.

 

The sound has been used for healing and therapies for ages and it continues to have profound effects on Physical, Mental and Spiritual health and the effect is different with different types of sounds produced from a wide range of Tibetan Singing Bowls and Gongs. The only requirement for this amazing Medicinal technique is to LISTEN!

 

Tibetan Tones Singing Bowls and Gongs used in the Sound Meditation Therapy are completely handmade with every bowl having unique frequency and sound and transmit very deep vibrations.

It is one of the easiest ways to achieve a meditative state. It also enables us to reach beta and theta states of the brain from the regular alpha state which helps reduce stress levels by a great deal.

18 - 19 November 2017

BUY TICKET

EARLY BIRD

DAY 1: (SOLD OUT)

DAY 2: (SOLD OUT)

The sounds are calling again. It’s time to follow them and get away once again. Let’s follow the music into the wilderness, into the lap of everything as pure as the art we love

 

For the second edition of Echoes of Earth, we’re getting even closer to the pulse of great live music. This year, we will bring back all the elements that you loved so much from last year, a whole lot of your favourite and new international artists, all together in the lap of nature – which serves as the perfect location to have a truly unique music festival experience that is unlike any other.

 

3 stages | Over 40 artists | Art installations | Countless memories

India's first ecologically-crafted music festival

 

A convergence of music, arts and culture. Echoes of Earth, as the name suggests, is a celebration of the environment and a platform where artists and eco-conscious people can showcase ecological ideas and concepts to the larger festival audience and create awareness of an alternate way of life.

Echoes of Earth is the brainchild of Swordfish and Watson’s. Swordfish is an innovation agency with a global footprint in the event and marketing space; known for its expertise in music and musicians, art and technology. Watson’s is a popular neighborhood bar, known for its culture of bonhomie, good times, and passion for music.

 

A mutual love of music,  a sense of community, and concern for the environment brings the two businesses together for a common cause: the festival – Echoes of Earth.

WORSHOP

Didgeridoo playing and making workshop

Didgeridoo is a wind percussion instrument from Australian aboriginal tribes. Considered as one of the oldest musical instruments existing today. DIDGERIDOO has been used by various artists and musicians in different ways in live music, recording, healing and relaxation.

 

Didgeridoo playing increases the breathing capabilities of the practitioner and helps in reducing snoring problems.

 

Artist details - Psy didge aka Abhijith has been one of the few and known didgeridoo artists in India who has taken up the application or usage of the aboriginal instrument in multiple genres of live music.

 

Loup Barrow Workshop

Renowned for his great expertise with the Cristal Baschet, the last polyphonic instrument invented in the 20th century in Paris, Loup Barrow has made rare instruments his specialty.

 

Loup devotes himself to studying the drums for many years before his curiosity leads him to search for different musical sounds and textures, and to discover instruments such as the Hammered Dulcimer, the Hang drum, the Din Pah and the chromatic Mbira.

 

The workshop is open to all, musicians/ non - musicians/ children. Loup Barrow’s workshop is based on playing, improvisation, and mostly listening to each other.

Through this workshop, people will discover rare and magical instruments such as Handpan/Glassharp/Cristal Organ. He will work on polyrhythm, independence, breathing music, silence. People can attend the workshop with any kind of instruments to improve their capacity of improvisation with new sonorities and new instrumental techniques. Also, Loup would be teaching how to make and tune a Glass Harp at home.

 

Details:

Workshop with Cristal Baschet

About the Instrument

Demonstration of the Instrument

Loup will play a few pieces.

Workshop with Handpan

About the instrument

Demonstration of the instrument

Teach how to play Handpans

 

Mouth Harp playing workshop

A sound healing workshop using the Mouth Harp. The intension of the workshop is to create fresh and positive vibrations around us. The workshop will also cover the various breathing techniques that are useful while playing the muhrsung.

 

For advanced artists, the basics of konnokol and its application on the jawharp will also be covered.

 

The workshop will be conducted by Nithin -  an alumnus of Swarnabhoomi Academy of Music, from where he completed his Diploma in Music Performance.

 

He trained in Konnakol (verbal percussion) under the guidance of mridangam maestro Shri Prapancham Ravindran and has been performing as a percussionist from the tender of age of twelve.

 

He has also worked independently with bands in South India like Shanka Tribe, Mind Map, High Definition and Mi And Soul.

 

Recently, Nithin co-founded the band 'Jatayu' along with Carnatic guitarist Shylu Ravindran.

 

Juru Yoga Workshop

Sound Meditation Therapy is a transformative Medicine of the next generation. It is a form of healing that works on mind, body, spirit.

 

The sound is a very powerful form of energy.  Sound traverses in the medium through vibrations and our bodies are made up of cells which at an atomic level constantly vibrate as well. And transmitting the right kind of sounds would bring out harmony, tranquillity, relaxation, and rejuvenation at a cellular level.

 

The sound has been used for healing and therapies for ages and it continues to have profound effects on Physical, Mental and Spiritual health and the effect is different with different types of sounds produced from a wide range of Tibetan Singing Bowls and Gongs. The only requirement for this amazing Medicinal technique is to LISTEN!

 

Tibetan Tones Singing Bowls and Gongs used in the Sound Meditation Therapy are completely handmade with every bowl having unique frequency and sound and transmit very deep vibrations.

It is one of the easiest ways to achieve a meditative state. It also enables us to reach beta and theta states of the brain from the regular alpha state which helps reduce stress levels by a great deal.

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