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Tuesday, November 18, 2008

A concert of Georgian polyphony

The benefit concert in New York city was a great success. Here are some clips from the evening, compiled by organizer Ezra Halleck:

Monday, November 3, 2008

Benefit Concert, Nov. 15th, NYC

Eight Georgian Choirs will be performing in the largest Georgian concert to date as a benefit to IDPs (Internally Displaced Persons) in Georgia. Suggested donation is only $20, and it's for a good cause, come out and support!

This is one way that those of us who have gained so much in our lives from Georgian music can help to support those who have suffered as a result of the conflicts in the South Caucasus this summer. Both of the Princeton University Georgian Choirs will be performing, as well as Georgian groups from Manhattan, Brooklyn, Poughkeepsie (NY), Williamstown (MA), and Boston. Details below, press release here:

Date: Saturday, November 15th

Time: 7:30pm

Cost: $20 Suggested Donation (whatever you can afford)

Grace and St. Paul's Lutheran Church,
123 West 71st Street, Manhattan
(between Broadway and Columbus Avenues)