Archive for March, 2007

Sacred Fire in Sydney

Wednesday, March 28th, 2007

Sacred Fire The musical duo of Kim Cunio and Heather Lee take us back to the 12th Century music and writings of Hildegard with their performance of Sacred Fire on March 31st at the Stone Gallery in Paddington district of Sydney, Australia. The music incorporates Persian, Indian,Turkish and western medieval harmony. Some of Hildegard’s writings will be read throughout the performance.
Lotus Foot Music

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The Hormonauts in Paris

Wednesday, March 21st, 2007

Hormonauts To get your fix of Italian neo-rockabilly, don’t miss the Hormonauts at the Nouvelle Casino in Paris on March 25th. Formed in 1999, the band has released four albums and toured the European rock festival circuit.
The Hormonauts

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Antonio Fava in Dubai

Wednesday, March 14th, 2007

Antonio FavaFor World Theatre Day, (March 27th), the renowned commedia dell’arte practicioner- Antonio Fava will perform Pulicinella at the Dubai Community Theatre and Arts Center in the United Arab Emirates. He will also conduct a five-day workshop (March 26th- 31st) on commedia dell’arte and some of his masks will be on display at the Arts Center.
Antonio Fava

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Bond and Exile

Wednesday, March 7th, 2007

Bond-Exile Bond Street Theatre of New York and Exile Theatre of Kabul, collaborators since 2002, team up with professional Indian actors to create a program of educational performances and theatre workshops for children in India and Afghanistan. From February 16 through April 16, 2007, the tri-country team will work with community organizations in rural and urban areas in Delhi, West Bengal and Bihar. Immediately following their program in India, the groups travel to Afghanistan to introduce their programs to theatre artists, teachers and youth in Kabul and the northern provinces of Faryab, Balkh and Kunduz.
Bond Street Theatre

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