We are happy to announce the next modest eurythmy program by Sound Circle Eurythmy.
Called BOTH SIDES NOW, this adult program features SCE co-directors Glenda and David-Michael Monasch in a multicultural exploration of visible-invisible worlds, yes-no seeming contradictions, day and night realities, ‘good’-‘bad’ judgments; in other words, the the often paradoxical reality of apparent opposites BOTH being true!
With texts in English, Spanish, and German by poets such as Dana Gioia, Octavio Paz, and Novalis; and compositions ranging from a traditional Russian lullaby; through Bach, Schumann, and Chopin; to Bartok and Piazzolla; the many-sided program is sure to appeal to a variety of tastes. And all these will be complemented by a few light-hearted humorous pieces too! This program, while geared toward adults, will be appropriate for 7th-12th grade students as well.
Dates for a visit with BOTH SIDES NOW are planned for March 14-29 (with some dates also possibly available in May). Technical requirements will be minimal for this tour, so please don’t hesitate to inquire, even if you think your ‘performance space’ won’t possibly be suitable. We are very flexible; and, with our own traveling curtains, we are willing to create ‘stages’ where one might never have imagined one!
We will, of course, provide promotional materials (including a press release) and a printed program. We would also be happy to present introductory workshops before or after the performance(s) and/or a ‘talk back’ if desired.
In addition, we are hoping to offer a children’s program of a Buddha story from the ‘Jataka Tales’, along with several other musical and light-hearted pieces. IF this program is able to come together, it will also feature several home-schooled middle-school children. It will most likely be most suitable for kindergarten though 6th grade children.
Fees for our visit are entirely negotiable; depending on the venue, expected audience, and your own financial possibilities. (Merely as a preliminary suggested fee scale, we’d like to propose somewhere between $500 and $1000.)
Please let us hear soon if you are interested in exploring a possible visit by us
(and, if there are any specific dates you’d like to propose, along with any financial considerations you may have). Please email email@example.com
The Denver Branch of the Anthroposophical Society presents
ALL SOULS’ CELEBRATION
7:00pm; Thursday November 2, 2017
in remembrance of those who have passed
hosted by the Denver Waldorf School
The All Souls program will begin at 7.00pm, but please join members of the community any time after 6:30 for the lighting of candles and quiet contemplation.
The evening will begin with leading thoughts by Caroline Heberton, followed by an artistic sequence featuring instrumental and vocal music, poetry, and eurythmy. Local artists working on the program include Gabriela Hydle, Stanford Paris, Ella Bondi, Steve Bondi, and vocal group Stella Nova; as well as eurythmists David-Michael Monasch and Glenda Monasch of the Sound Circle Eurythmy Ensemble.
Everyone is welcome!
Donations to cover expenses will be gratefully received.
The Denver Waldorf School
is located at 2100 South Pennsylvania St, Denver 80210 .
For further information, please inquire at
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