Amanda Botur - eTown

Amanda Botur, Confluence/Sangam Album Release

  • When: September 14, 2018 Time: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
  • Where: eTOWN HALL / 1535 Spruce Street, Boulder, CO 80302
  • Cost: $20 Plus Applicable Service Fees
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A journey into the evolving world of mantra rock with a soulful fusion of blissful resonance, ancient callings and contemporary beats. Amanda Botur skillfully weaves a magical alchemy of mantra, prayer and singer-songwriter, and folk influences to create a satisfyingly diverse and rich listening experience. Her album Confluence/Sangam (2018) delivers passionate and resonant vocals in a delightful amalgam of traditional and modern. Contemporary and fluid, healing and interactive, a concert to raise the vibration in body, mind and soul.


Amanda Botur

Amanda Botur - eTown
Amanda Botur
is a dynamic healer and musical artist. The diversity of her music spans sacred chant, world, pop and folk genres. Her background in the healing arts of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Classical Homeopathy and Yoga has laid the platform in her exploration of vibration to shift our awareness, and move us deeply into love. Her songwriting has been deemed “deeply nourishing, reflective and relatable’.

She uses sacred chant to open a current of divine flow and to invite connectivity. Her music creates a palpable feel of fullness that moves the listener into a resonant experience of connection with all.Her diverse background of in-depth studies with well-known healers and teachers all over the world, and her keen ability to read how energy flows, helps guide her listeners and students into their own experiences. With nature as her greatest muse, her performances are a ‘captivating combination of healing, connection, story telling all with a feel of bringing us back home to ourselves.’ Her songwriting, performances and workshops create a reflection to our see ourselves in, that then reflects our divine connection with all things. Amanda has dedicated her life to the healing arts and believes that conscious movement, music, nature and education are the sacred currents that bring us back to wholeness. She offers workshops, performances and teaches world wide, and can be found at www.amandabotur.com or at www.yogatoday.com