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!
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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Sound Circle Eurythmy Ensemble children’s program Celtic Treasures Inspired by the mood of the Celtic world, this year’s performance featuresThe Faerie’s Gift by Tanya Batt, and is appropriate for even the youngest audiences. The Sound Circle Eurythmy Training fourth-year students will once again appear as apprentices in the whole program, participating much more actively this year as choreographers and co-creators of the entire performance!
Celtic Treasures will be premiered at the Bas Bleu Theatre in Ft Collins on March 14, with further performances through the beginning of April at the Denver Waldorf School, Mountain Song Community School in Colorado Springs, Mountain Phoenix Community School in Wheatridge, the Waldorf School on the Roaring Fork in Carbondale, Juniper Ridge Community School in Grand Junction, and the Nomad Theatre in Boulder. Check the Calendar for details about all Celtic Treasures dates under SCE Ensemble.
Admission by donation, with two categories of suggested minimum donations: $20-45/person gains entry to general admission seating $50+ includes preferred seating and a box of 52 stunning cards, featuring beautiful images and inspiring texts!