Posts Tagged ‘concert’
Friday, March 10th 4 pm at Unity Pavilion CAT 12 on Progressive Integral Economy by Yves, Micheal and the lotus group – They offer us a proposal :
A Progressive Integral Economy “Pour Tous”
GM on 16th of March at Unity Pavilion at 4:30 PM on proposal of TDC restructuring.
Within lectures at Universtiy of Human Unity at Unity Pavilion in March on Thrusdays at 7.30pm – A Series of Four Lectures About Mans Place in the Universe by Prof. Sehdev Kumar
Session #1: Thursday, March 9th : What is so unique about Human presence in the Universe?
PONDICHERRY EQUESTRIAN CHALLENGE (PEC) 2017 at Red Eart Ridding School 9-12 March
On Saturday 11th at Solitude Farm Rotem Sivam Trio
Auroville Holi Tango Fescival from 8th to 12th of March at SAWCHU, Bharat Nnivas, Pavilion of India, International Zone.
On Saturday , March 11th at 4pm at Visitor Center book shop Just Imagine…Auroville children book release
Mobility –The Working Committee had circulated a survey to the community on the topic of Public Mobility for Auroville.
Shake off all narrowness, selfishness, limitations, and wake up to the consciousness of Human Unity. This is the only way to achieve peace and harmony.
Djelan on midi-guitar, accompained by Suresh on drums, created an infectious beat which inspired people to dance and lose themselves in the music.
The various effects connected with the midi-guitar of Djelan enabled him to replicate the sounds of trombone, sax, and even flute, giving the feel of a full band playing.
The singer guitarist songwriter changed styles from soothing Bossa Nova to more spicy latino beats, and ended with Indian and Arabic flavours.
Djelan: vocal & midi-guitar
Eight young musicians from Marseilles, France, with their brass instruments played a variety of pop dance songs, and created a refreshing festive atmosphere.
Although the concert took place on a Monday evening, the youth and volunteers found the charming vibes irresistible and took to the dance floor.
The musicians were interacting with the audience with a light sense of humour. It was a surprise to find such a joyful concert at the Youth Centre.
The village of Gu?a has gained world fame owing to its Assembly of Trumpet Players, the largest trumpet event on the planet. The love of the people of Draga?evo for music, especially for the trumpet, began in the rule of Prince Milo Obrenovi?, who ordered the formation of the first military band in 1831. From then until now the trumpet has reigned here uninterrupted while woodwind instruments, in keeping with the customs, warm the soul of its population.
This musical edition features as well well known Goran Bregovic with his collaborations …. and some gypsy music.
Goran Bregovic- Mesecina
Tamburasi Rumski – Stanite dani stanite noci ( Pera Petrovic )
Trubaci – Leskovacki zvizduk
Trubaci Svadbarski cocek Undergorud podzemlje
Ludnica na mesecini Guca, stadion Trubaci Elvis Ajdinovic & Gypsy Groovz
Goran Bregovic – Caje Sukarije
Goran Bregovi- Ederlezi- Time of the Gypsies
Esma Redzepova – Gelem, gelem…
Cigani Ljubljat Pesnji – Barcelona Gipsy Klezmer Orchestra
Boban Markovic Orkestar – Crni voz
Trubaci – Robot Kolo (Zemljotres kolo) Guca
Dejan Petrovic Big Band – Vrtlog
Goran Bregovic – Ringe ringe raja (Ya ya)
Balkan Beat Box – Balkumbia
This event came from an idea of Alan to see how some Aurovillian pianists would gather and share their music love… so Dominique, for the first time in public, Alain and Yaroslava shared their music with us. Music by Bach, Beethoven, Schubert, Dvorak, Borodin, Chopin, Mozart and others.
Friday March 3rd at 4pm at Unity Pavilion – What is Education in Auroville? (CAT 11). The first of two sessions in March and April starts with a presentation by four Auroville students – Aloe, Amara, Leela and Tara who will share the children of Auroville vision on education based on a questionnaire across schools.
Followed by an interactive process and an exploration on:
– The Sharing of Resources
– The Equality and Variety of Subjects
– The Students Voice
Saturday, March 4th at 8pm at Kalabhumi amphitheater – You are Warn NOT TO WATCH Citizen One.
Saturday March 4th at 8pm Well Cafe at SveDame – Live Concert – Optymistic French , contribution required.
Two things you must never forget: Sri Aurobindo’s compassion and the Mother’s love, and it is with these two things that you will go on fighting steadily, patiently, until the enemies are definitively routed and the Victory is won for ever. Courage outside, peace inside and a quiet unshakable trust in the Divine’s Grace. -The Mother19 May 1933
frequency of the week – ABUNDANCE
Everything we need in life on Earth has been created for us in abundance. We often have difficulty accepting this, because we are prone to think in terms of lack. We cling onto the idea of security because we are afraid of having nothing. Energy is everywhere and everlasting.
Do not restrict yourself by thinking too small, because with the proper intentions everything is possible. You just need to believe.
The frequency of Abundance shows you that you already have everything you need to realise your dreams, no matter how big your ambitions are.
A lot of people danced and enjoined the Ziia and the Swing Mates exhibition in Solitude Farm last Friday 23rd Feb. A concert of modern swing and blues very well played.
Intune organized an Indian classical music concert in Unity Pavillon on Saturday 25th February to raise fund for land in connection with the Arts for Land Exibhition.
Gordon Korstange on Carnatic flute, Joel Eisenkramer on Hindustani slide guitar, Umayalpuram Mali on Mridangam.