Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Dialogue seeks to span an evolution of consciousness

Evening Showing: dialogue, an evolution of consciousness
Sri Aurobindo Auditorium ::: 8:00 PM

Tuesday March 17th 8 p.m. Sri Aurobindo Auditorium

London Eurythmy is proud to present its new programme, dialogue. This programme is touring internationally from March 2009 passing through India, Taiwan, and Thailand. Auroville is their first stop.

The programme is as follows:
From The Egyptian Book of the Dead
Chorus from Iphigenia at Aulis Euripides
Poem 11th Century Walter von der Vogelwide,
Meditation P. Hindemith
From where does Evil stem? The Portal of Initiation R. Steiner
The Interceptor Edwin Muir
Prelude Busoni, from Vivaldi and Bach

dialogue seeks to span an evolution of consciousness, to establish clear and differentiated juxtapositions between different epochs from the Egyptian through ancient Greek to Medieval and modern times. In the second half a mixture of classical music and lighter humoresques offer a programme that speaks to an international audience. The programme is intended also as an introduction to the diversity and startling beauty of Eurythmy as an art form.

This performance is to Western Classical piano played by Aurovilian Pushkar.
Brought to you by Kalai - Pavilion of India posted by Kalai_Culture

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