Posts Tagged ‘Solitude Farm’
This afternoon at 5pm at Unity Pavilion in International Zone we are invited to a General Meeting take 2 – Admission and Termination Regulations, and the agenda of this meeting is to discuss with Mr. Bala Baskar the compiled RA feedback and agree on a way forward. On Saturday at Visitor Centre at 8pm we can test our knowledge of Auroville Trivia against the celebrity teams at the Quiz Show brought to us by Genius Incorporated Production. On Monday the 27th of August At Pitanga Cultural Centre we can listen to a “Set Fire to the Rain”
In today’s news we feature interview with Bridget form L’AVenir d’Aurovile / TDC reflecting on Mr. Doshi three days meetings and interactions with the working groups and Aurovilians…Due to summer holidays, there will be no Pondy trips by the ACT buses and Saiier Transport Service buses from Friday 22nd through Sunday 24th of June. Outside Solar kitchen, look for Fertile’s bullock cart on Saturday 23rd from 10am for Mango Fandango – fun and Games, music if you bring it, MANGO’s off the back of the bullock cart!
To celebrate life and overcoming cyclone was the keynote of Lively Up Your Earth eco music Festival in Solitude Farm on Saturday 28th of January. With Cyclone Blue we went down the memory lane into early 70ies, by evergreen rock songs well played and sung by amazing olny 13 years old Danny, who joined his father Amando and Matt. And it is something in known that made us at ease, so Cyclone Blue hit the dancing strings in audience and enthusiastic share of encouragement. To Joel and his team we are grateful for excellent sound.
Hosting Lively Up Your Earth eco – music festival for the second time in Solitude Farm with numerous stalls of products ecologicaly oriented, gadgets for children, food and lots of music brought community and more together almost a month after the natural catastrophe of Thane. Emergence as the hosting band came up on stage the last, and late. Solids songs of world music and poetic rock, reflecting the uniqueness of city life in Auroville and life of members of the band kept the audience on their toes. Thanks for excellent sound to Joel and team
There’s no doubt that Marc Vella captured hearts of Aurovilians with his loving attitude toward music as toward audience, nature… Films we saw before his arrival, his personal presence in the town, brought again crowd to the Lively Up Your Earth eco music festival at Solitude Farm on last Saturday 28th of January. We can thank to private donors which contributed needed money to hire a piano from Chennai and with that made it possible for all of us to hear to Marc Vella amongst the palm trees of Solitude Farm.
Do you want to know the secret of Krishna? If you couldn’t go to the Lively up your Earth music festival in Solitude Farm and see the musical of the TLC students, now you can listen to this funny performance which gave the whole audience something to laugh about.
The Pavilion of Tibetan Culture invites us to an exhibition of rare historic photos Walking into Exile – The Dalai Lama arrives in Tawang (March 31 to April 18, 1959) tomorrow 28th of January at 5pm. The exhibition will be inaugurated by Prof Samdhong Rinpoche, former Kalon Tripa and will be followed by a talk by Samdhong Rinpoche on My Vision of Future Tibet .In today’s news we feature short phone interview about it with Namgyal. Weekend it will be nicely busy, as it is usual for this time of the year, with lots of good music, presentations…
Daniel, member of the Working Committee shares with us updates on land encroachments at New Farm, and on dr. Karan Singh, Chairman of Auroville Foundation yesterday visit. On Friday at 8pm Ana, Hartmunt, Suryan, Joy and Jivatman, Taranti, Caroline and Elisa and Anisha and Tiago will offer thir music to life and community under the sky of the Big Amphitheater in Kalabhumi Made in Auroville concert, postponed from few months back due to the rain at the time. Lively Up Your Earth is taking place on Saturday from 10.30 onward at Solitude Farm.
The Working Committee would like to inform the community that all wood in Auroville is a collective asset and should not be kept for personal use, sold or traded. Selling or trading it is in fact illegal. People who have sold wood to outsiders should contact the Cyclone Help Desk AND then transfer the money to the Unity Fund account number 240001 with description “Wood Sales”. In today’s news we feature Krishna on Lively Up Your Earth, eco music festival, update and music line up. Today at 5pm Sve-Dame Heart Songs and dances by Upahar.