October 2017 Such things only happen at the University of Wroclaw … we created spontaneously a little drums orchestra with volunteers from the audience… It was great energy for the opening new academic year
Let There Be Peace On Earth
We represent different cultural backgrounds and religions but our diversity is not a reason to fear each other, but rather, an opportunity to learn from each other. Fear always ends up in anger, fights, conflicts or even war. We truly believe that love always brings the light of hope, and frees us from the darkness of fear. It also opens us up to people, especially those from different backgrounds and gives us the willingness to learn from them. The Christmas lights are not only the colorful lights that we encounter on the streets of the city center, but they are also the lights of hope and love that we can find in our hearts. We hope that we will always find lights in the middle of ours personal darkness. In the darkness of sickness, grief, family troubles or interpersonal conflicts. We hope that we will always meet people who will be willing to help us find ways to maintain hope in times of darkness …
Maria Paz from Ecuador performs polish carol !
Sai Krishna Deep form India on the piano
Gulshan Bayramli the voice form Azerbaijan
our whole drums and more orchestra team
polish traditional carols
drums and dance 🙂 in Oratorium Marianum
and finally Marry Christmas !
Visiting Radio Wroclaw
a few members of our team visited Radio Wroclaw. Our drums and more orchestra will perform acoustically on the radio in April and play live in Radio Culture’s studio. We will also have a chance to talk about our project on the air.
Bach to Africa Concert
Looking at spring metaphorically, we can say that the first day of human evolution happened in Africa. We all have common roots. Culture, music, history of mankind , was born in Africa. Spring has a double meaning. The first is the season of the year when everything comes to life, the second is the source of the stream. Bringing back the old tradition, Like in ancient Africa when people wanted to celebrate the first day of the spring, they used to make music together.
We started our performance honoring great composer J.S. Bach and finished with the flamenco dance. This dance is much like our orchestra in the sense that it was created at the crossroads of different cultures.