“When the sun goes, the moon comes” I Ching (The Book of Changes)
In the season of darkness, we seek light. In the season of stillness, we look deep into our souls and ponder life. Join us in an exploration of winter wisdom from sacred and secular traditions found in an ancient Greek Orthodox hymn, an Aboriginal songline, a soft Jewish Shabbat eve tune, a contemporary interpretation of early Chinese philosophy from the I Ching, and a unique rendition of In the Bleak Midwinter, by American composer Frances McCollin, whose blindness in early childhood caused her to see colors when hearing music.
Little Stones unites the personal narratives of four women around the world using art to create positive change in their communities.
a graffiti artist protesting domestic violence in BRAZIL
a dance therapist rehabilitating sex-trafficking survivors in INDIA
a rapper speaking out against genital mutilation in SENEGAL
a fashion designer fighting poverty in KENYA
Each of these women is contributing a stone to the mosaic of the women’s movement through their art.
Learn more about this feature documentary at www.littlestones.org
Journey with us over a musical landscape both playful and serene. Our travels take us across time, continents and cultures, from the sonority of Arabic chant and Bulgarian folk song through the uplifting rhythms of African American spirituals to the lush settings of traditional poems and sacred texts.
The yearning for peace, connection and meaning winds its way through this pilgrimage of song that finishes with a rousing send-off to WomenSing's summer tour in Greece.