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Brighid's Fire

  • Posted on: 16 January 2018
  • By: Kirrivath

Upcoming rare live performance on January 30th! Brighid's Fire is a soundbath meditation event in honour of the Divine Feminine, held in a cozy Toronto livingroom.

Chagall Sierra will open as Kirrivath with a half hour set of experimental meditative synthesizer music accompanying her angelic vocalizations, featuring guest artist Donald Quan on tabla!

Tibetan bowl soundbath and meditation led by Michelle Leavy of Vision Yoga and Massage.

Recent LIVE Performance!

  • Posted on: 1 May 2017
  • By: Kirrivath

Chagall Sierra performed as Kirrivath in a rare live performance. The updated version of Seal Woman is arranged for Synthesizers, Panflute, Singing Bowl, Rainstick, and Tambourine. You can hear and download it from the Patreon page.

A big thank you to all supporters.

Upcoming Album Release

  • Posted on: 25 August 2016
  • By: Kirrivath

Well it's been a lot of hard work all summer, but the next album is almost here. You can be part of it by becoming a Patreon Patron (supporter) by September 1st - start at just $1 for your name on the album booklet!

Over at Patreon you can also see some previews of album artwork and first draft versions of some of the compositions.

New Kirrivath Album In The Works!

  • Posted on: 3 March 2016
  • By: Kirrivath

Very happy and proud to announce that I'm working on a new album for Kirrivath. This will be the third release for this musical project which started in 2000, inspired by the Sacred Circle Dance community. This one is shaping up to be much more celestial, ethereal, and ambient, though still with the core of World Fusion and Tribal percussion that you're used to from Kirrivath/Between the Worlds.

FAWM 2016

  • Posted on: 11 February 2016
  • By: Kirrivath

It's that most magical time of the year once again... yes, FEBRUARY! Every year, musicians from around the globe we call home gather together in homage of our craft: February Album Writing Month (FAWM). It's a personal challenge to write 14 songs in 28 days.

If you're taking part or just want to follow my work during this month, come say hi over at my FAWM profile.