Kiranjot Kaur is a Sebastopol native, and international musician and teacher. Coming from a long family line of creatives, she first received her degree in fine arts from California College of the Arts and was a founding member of the music group Copper Wimmin. They were featured on Amy Goodmans NPR program Democracy Now and their song Bleeding Rivers was featured on the Showtime television series The L Word. While writing and performing in Copper Wimmin, Kiranjot used Kundalini Yoga and meditation as a centering practice to fuel her creativity, health and happiness. In 2006 Kiranjot refocused her career around classical Indian music and spent five years living and studying under the guidance of her beloved teacher Ustad Narindar Singh in Amritsar, India. After India Kiranjot spent six years in Santiago, Chile where her son was born and where she created Mantra Mamas a chanting meditation course designed for parents and young children. In 2020 her husband taught her how to use her very own recording gear and now she is recording and producing from the comfort of her own kitchen! She plans on using her new budding producer skills to help other female musicians learn to record themselves and realize their own creative visions and soundscapes as well! From her travels through India to Chile and back to California she discovered that her favorite thing in this world is using her voice as a call to stillness and healing by leading groups in meditation with mantras.