The Aspen Class of the Sound Circle Eurythmy Training will be performing at the Goetheanum on June 30th! On Monday evening the Aspen Class shares the stage with graduates from Stuttgart and Tokyo. On July 1st the Grads will perform the first week of the Calendar of the Soul. If you are in the area come and share in Sound Circle Eurythmy Training’s first graduates performance at the Goetheanum!
SOUND CIRCLE EURYTHMY GRADUATION ON MAY 31st
STANDING ROOM ONLY! CONSIDER FRIDAY at 3:30 PM?
We are deeply moved and grateful to find SO MUCH INTEREST in our first ever Graduation, that of the Aspen class of the Sound Circle Eurythmy Training. All of us are excited to share some glimpses of the fruits of four years of full-time work, before taking excerpts of this program to the Goetheanum in Dornach, Switzerland at the end of June! AND we know that the scheduled performance at 4:00 PM on Saturday, May 31st is already OVER-FULL, just with friends and family of the four graduating students (many of whom are traveling from afar just to be present!).
In this, for us, unprecedented situation, we can see only one solution to potentially having to turn away those people who do not already have reservations: we invite you to consider coming to the Dress Rehearsal on Friday afternoon, May 30th, at 3:30 PM in the Shining Mountain High School Assembly Hall. (Yes, it will ‘only’ be a Dress Rehearsal, but we always try to run them as though they were a first performance!)
For information regarding reservations and attending the dress rehearsal, please visit our Facebook Page
What’s in the Wind?
Saturday May 31st, 2014 – 4:00pm – Shining Mountain Waldorf High School Assembly Hall – 1167 Union Ave, Boulder, CO 80304
The Graduation Program of the Aspen Class of the Sound Circle Eurythmy Training
Featuring compositions & poetry by Rudolph Steiner, George Gershwin, T.S. Eliot, Bahoslav Martinu, Beethoven, J.S. Bach, Fiona Macloud, & More!
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