Mozart & Meditation & Afternoon Raga on Sitar in Brisbane – Saturday 9th Nov 2019

Mozart and Meditation and an Afternoon Raga on Sitar
Saturday 9th November 2019, 2pm – 5pm

Old Government House
QUT Garden Point Campus
2 George Street, Brisbane City, Queensland
(Google map)

Please join us for this Free afternoon of classical music and meditation at Old Government House in central Brisbane.

We have three brilliant musicians who will enchant you with classical and Indian music to enlighten the spirit. The event also includes meditation and a recollection exhibition of Shri Mataji’s life work who devoted her life to the ongoing process of human transformation through her meditation.

More details below or visit this event’s website.


  • 2.00pm Mozart Piano Recital
  • 3.00pm Meditation
  • 3.30pm Afternoon Tea and Recollections Display
  • 4.00pm Afternoon Raga with Sitar and Tabla
  • 4.30pm Meditation
  • 5.00pm Recollections Display
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About the artists

Gasper Hunt – Pianist
Pianist Gaspar Hunt was only four years old when he started playing the piano leading to his very successful career. His achievements to date has seen him win many piano competitions, awarding him scholarships to study at the Royal Academy of Music in London and Trinity College of Music.

Robert Beckerton – Sitarist
Sitarist Robert Beckerton has studied Indian Classical Music since 1995 attending the Late PK Salve Academy of Arts in Nagpur, India. Initially working with Sarod Maestro Shankar Bhattacharya of Senia Gharana and Sitarist Avaneendra Sheoloikar of Imdadkhani Gharana. Rated as ‘A’ grade artists by All India Radio.

Ravikesh Singh – Tabla
Fijian-born Ravikesh Singh came to Australia and started his career at three years of age. His father encouraged his career taking the young Ravikesh to concerts and music lessons with C Hanuman. By the age of ten, Ravikesh was studying with Sukhvinder Singh, Alpesh Vaitha, Sunil Kumar De and Pt Ishwar Lal Misra.

About Shri Mataji

Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi – founder Sahaja Yoga meditation
We would like to invite you to an event in honour of our teacher and the founder of Sahaja Yoga Meditation, Nobel Peace Prize Nominee, HH Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, and featuring a recollection of her life’s work. Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi devoted her life to the ongoing process of human transformation through Sahaja Yoga Meditation. She travelled the world ceaselessly, spreading her message of the integration of all religions and spiritual paths.

More info

We hope to see you soon this Saturday!

Kind regards,
Sahaja Yoga Meditation Queensland