Articles Tagged with the word ‘music’
01 Aug 2006
A great time was had by all on July 29th and 30th, when over 7,000 Ben and Jerrys fans gathered on Clapham Common to eat free ice-cream, listen to live music and enjoy being outside in the sunshine!
12 Jun 2006
Ever wanted to listen to the Kaiser Chiefs' version of Marvin Gaye's I Heard it through the Grapevine or the Stereophonics cover of Nothing Compares to you? Well, through War Child Music, now you can.
07 Jun 2006
Room 13's progress and expansion is testimony to what can beachieved by a youth-run project. The concept has moved far beyondCaol's Primary School bringing confidence and artisticopportunities to an international audience.
31 May 2006
Mayor of London, Ken Livingstone, said that it was not only for economic reasons that he was so delighted to welcome the President Hugo Ch·vez of Venezuela to the capital.
06 Apr 2006
A group of Baka Pygmies are leaving their rainforest home to embark on their debut tour of the UK alongside the world-renowned band, 'Baka Beyond'.
06 Apr 2006
The Green Fair has been in operation since 1987, attracting nearly 15,000 visitors each year making it the UK's most successful one-day green family event!
07 Mar 2006
There is an enormous surprise in the CD charts at the moment: an album of multiplication tables! Brothers, Peter and Christopher Webb, both teachers, came up with the idea of setting times tables to rock music and rap rhythms to make them easy and fun to learn.
07 Mar 2006
Running until mid March, The Middle East Spirituality and Peace Festival is colouring the city of Edinburgh with music, dance and literature.
19 Dec 2005
Passion for the Planet is a breath of fresh air on the radio dial. The UK's only mind, body, spirit and planet' radio station, its founders are truly passionate about its principles.
Focusing on health, environment and personal development,
28 Feb 2005
Professor Masuru Emoto, author of the internationally acclaimed Messages from Water, will be speaking at St. James's Piccadilly on Monday 4th April. A pioneer in the scientific study of water Dr. Emoto has investigated all varieties of water and has shown not only that water has memory but it is changed by words, prayer and music.
29 Dec 2004
Positive News US, based in Ithaca, New York, attracted many during its first ever event, Kick Off Autumn with Positive News, to celebrate their first anniversary since establishment and the release of their autumn edition. Included was an afternoon of music, pumpkin painting, guest speakers, hot cider and delicious desserts. Visitors experienced four enjoyable hours while the Positive News...
30 Dec 2003
Umoja ñ The Spirit of Togetherness is a high energy musical that was born in the township of Soweto in an attempt to lead young talent off the streets and out of crime. The result is a fantastic musical experience with a cast of 36 of South Africa's brightest and most versatile young performers, singers, drummers and marimba players.
30 Sep 2003
Most cities are already rich. There's enough money and talent to enable everyone to work creatively for a few hours a day and then to relax with family and friends, enjoying top quality healthy food prepared by fine cooks; clean low-cost warm housing; clean and safe transport; high quality handcrafted clothes and household goods. People can create and play...
30 Sep 2003
Once a month people gather in Dorset to sing songs from around the world, also raising money for WaterAid. Big Sing Dorset started in the tiny church of St Mary's at Pilsdon Community, the only church in Dorset with straw bales for seats, and has become a big event with up to 160 people.
30 Sep 2002
Through exquisite live music and poetry Peace Direct celebrated the unquenchable power of the human spirit on September 9th, 10th and 11th. at Covent Garden
30 Dec 2001
Seeds of Peace equips young people from areas of conflict with the skills and leadership capabilities to end cycles of violence and build lasting peace. Founded in 1993 by author and journalist John Wallach, Seeds of Peace has focused primarily on bringing Arab and Israeli teenagers together to reverse a legacy of hatred by nurturing lasting friendships that become...
30 Dec 2001
This summer, a musical workshop led to the creation of an orchestra comprised of gifted Israeli, Egyptian, Jordanian, Lebanese and Palestinian students. It was organised by Daniel Barenboim, the music director of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
29 Dec 2001
The value of singing in opening us to experience of the sacred has always been recognised. In earlier times, music and religion were so indistinguishable that it was almost impossible to make music without presupposing its connection with the divine ñ for example Indian Ragas invoking the union of man and God.
30 Sep 2001
Today, anyone with an inexpensive computer, microphone, scanner and camera can create beautiful original art ñ music, paintings, drawings, photographs, video, dance, poetry and books ñ and instantly offer them for sale to a global audience through the Internet. Greenstar is working to take advantage of this capability in a radically new way.