Maybe you’re in a little bit of a dating spell that is dry. Perhaps your heart is breaking. Or, perchance you only want to see eye-to-eye together with your partner. Or maybe your love life simply requires a freaking wonder, currently (we’ve all been here). Whatever your romantic woe — we now have one question that is simple have you contemplated prayer?
Yes, really. We’re discussing the great, traditional, get-down-on-your-knees type of invocation. Continue reading 8 Saints You’ll Want Interceding for the Love Life
Let’s call it a individual rite of springtime. Along with those very first hot days that are sunny we additionally look ahead to engaging with all the bigger world in concerts at many of our region’s universities and concert halls.
In 2010, my first focus falls on Toronto’s vocal that is award-winning instrumental trio Zari, which works April 25 in the small jewel of downtown venues, Musideum. Made up of Shalva Makharashvili, Andrea Kuzmich and Reid Robins, Zari (meaning “bell” in Georgian) draws in the rich local repertoire of this polyphonic tracks for the Republic of Georgia. Standing in the crossroads of European countries and Asia, their ancient nation is named Sakartvelo by Georgians.
Declared an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO in 2001, Georgian vocal polyphony, having its close harmonies and untempered scales, is seen as a three-part performing in many different local designs. Continue reading Toronto to Tbilisi: Zari Trio Keeps the Song Alive