Radharani is a producer / vocalist weaving together strands of devotional chant and conscious song-writing for relaxation, transformation, and use in ritual and sacred space.
Study Voice and Harmonium via Skype
Radharani teaches sacred singing, opening the voice, and harmonium for self-accompaniment. She teaches students of all skill levels, in the Hudson Valley or all over the world via Skype.
She also teaches Yoga for the Voice workshops, Yogic Philosophy, and Rebirthing Breathwork with live music. Contact Radharani to bring her to your festival or studio.
New Album Coming
Pre-order “Time to Wake Up” now and be a part of my creative team! Plus, one track is ready to go for listening and I’d love to hear your feedback.
Just One Drop
JUST ONE DROP is featured in:
- Lloyd Bard’s “Best of 2016” Vocal/Chant Albums in Common Ground Magazine
- White Swan Records “Best Yoga Music of 2016” Playlist
- Yoga International Magazine: “Looking for Yoga Music for Your Class? This Playlist is For You”
- Yoga Chat with the Accidental Yogist, “The Sacred Feminine” Podcast Interview
- Soul Traveller Radio, 2016 Special, and Radio Show Extra Interview: Radharani
- First Selections Grammy Awards 2016 Best New Age Album
- Yoga Journal: “Ten Pop Music Covers by Yoga Rock Stars”
- Kirtan Aid “Wild Awakening” Playlist
“Radharani’s first album is of an exceptional purity and, just like the artist’s pristine voice, it soothes the soul”
– “ Yoga Magazine, France
“All I can say is Oh My God!…” – Shayne Lock, Soul Traveller Radio
“Radharani turns the 80s tune Higher Love into a soulful, stripped-down supplication, solely relying on her pure, breathy vocals, a piano, and layered harmonies that soar as the song crescendos.” 10 Pop Music Covers by Yoga Rock Stars– Yoga Journal
“Be prepared to FALL in LOVE because you will when you hear the angelic voice of Radharani.” – Kamaniya Devi (Prema Hara)
“Radharani’s debut kirtan album contains pure, hypnotizing vocals and original sounds… she expertly blends ambient, trip hop and sonic-rock with traditional Indian instrumentation and mantras” – Yoga Magazine, UK
“Radharani is pushing the boundaries of kirtan forward, where it needs to go with crisp sanskrit and a deep, authentic vibe.” – Frank Wolf (producer, David Newman)
“If you’re a fan of the sweet sounds of Snatam Kaur, you’ll fall in love with Radharani’s debut devotional album, Just one drop.” – Yoga Journal, Australia