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"How I Became a Storyteller" - Tales from the Caravan

Storyteller Dana Sherry writes about her own journey:

 
My love affair with Eurasia began in 1989, when chance brought me to a Russian language class on my second day of college. It would lead me to years living in the former Eastern Bloc: in various Russian cities, Warsaw, Budapest, and finally Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia that has become my second home. Along the way, I picked up a variety of languages and a variety of academic degrees, finally completing a Ph.D. in history in 2007, with a focus on Russian rule of the Caucasus and Central Asia.
 
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About Susan Cooper

 

About Susan Cooper

by Elaine Lind 

Shawn Kirchner’s commission for WomenSing, “The Light of Hope Returning”, reveals the idea of the promise of hope from the perspective of a woman, and shares a celebration of Solstice/Christmas/New Year to restore hope in troubled times. The title was taken from a poem by Susan Cooper, whose writings will be featured in poetry, and will provide inspiration for new song settings. 

 

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Announcing: The Light of Hope Returning. A Landmark Concert-Length Commission

WomenSing is thrilled to announce an exciting large-scale commission by renowned composer, Shawn Kirchner. Inspired by the album Folkjul, a Christmas suite influenced by Swedish folk traditions, WomenSing's artistic director, Ofer dal Lal has invited Mr.

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WomenSing's Summer Tour to Greece--Travel Blog, Day 9

Wrapping It Up

Submitted by: Jules Campbell

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WomenSing's Summer Tour to Greece--Travel Blog, Day 8

July 14th, Day 8

Submitted by: Leslie Blackie

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WomenSing's Summer Tour to Greece--Travel Blog, Day 7

July 13th, Day 7

Submitted by: Jessica Takano

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WomenSing's Summer Tour to Greece--Travel Blog, Day 6 (2)

July 12th, Day 6

Submitted by: Linda Long

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WomenSing's Summer Tour to Greece--Travel Blog, Day 6 (1)

July 12th, Day 6

Submitted by: Paul Caccamo

Don’t you love it when you wake up in the morning with the day free to do whatever you want, stretching ahead of you like an empty five-lane highway? That was today. So, after a leisurely breakfast on the lovely rooftop restaurant of the Titania Hotel, a few singers and I decided to head up to the Parliament building to watch the changing of the guard. The costumes alone made it worth the trip. Check these guys out:

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WomenSing's Summer Tour to Greece--Travel Blog, Day 5 (2)

July 11th, Day 5

Submitted by: Leslie Blackie

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WomenSing's Summer Tour to Greece--Travel Blog, Day 5 (1)

July 11th, Day 5

Submitted by: Christine d'Allance

 

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