Meditation through Music – Artist & Humanitarian
When Bhavini Vyas sings, she takes the listener on a profound journey to the core of their being, quite literally channelling her voice into the collective evolution of humanity. The product of a culturally rich family hailing from the northern suburbs of London with a spiritual yet western upbringing, today this 30 something is committed to giving the world – including some of our most marginalised groups – an experience of mantra, meditation and yogic philosophy through her music.
Her why? A deep desire to share the fundamental principles with the masses, and support the art of meditation’s evolution from the alternative, to mainstream recognition and appreciation for social change.
An accomplished and highly trained vocalist, Bhavini writes her own music, releasing a highly anticipated soul and contemporary EP of original compositions and arrangements, ‘Rays of Love’ in 2017. Representative of her unique sound and eclectic influences, the EP was launched at Royal Albert Hall as a precursor to the complete album ‘The Lighthouse,’ a work which has become synonymous for taking listeners on an emotional listening journey.
Vocally trained in western classical and Jazz, as well as Hindustani classical and Gujarati folk from the age of 5, Bhavini went on to specialise in the Indore Gharana training in the UK and India under renowned artists performing in some of the most prestigious venues around the world, from the Southbank Centre in London to an audience of 30,000 at the Berlin Olympic Stadium.
In addition to her devotion to meditation through music, Bhavini curates wellbeing events and festivals for Mind Body Spirit UK. She has spent the past decade serving under global humanitarian H. H. Sri Sri Ravi Shankar and the International Art of Living Foundation, a non-profit, educational and humanitarian organisation active in over 150 countries, whose social and humanitarian projects and programmes for happiness, self-development, stress reduction and trauma relief, have reached more than 400 million people of all nationalities, cultures and religions worldwide.