Not-Two Is Peace Dance Event (video)
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||On July 22 and 23, 2012, in a spectacular, multi-media event at Florence’s Bargello Museum — one of the city’s most prized historic buildings—the grace and talent of dancers and musicians will combine with the Image-Art of Adi Da.
Not-Two Is Peace is an adaptation by the Florence Dance Company of Adi Da's masterpiece, the book, Not-Two Is Peace. Not-Two Is Peace is part of an ongoing collaboration between The Florence Dance Company and the Art of Adi Da, that began in July of 2008 in a Piazza in Florence, Italy. Since then 3 major ballets that have been performed in Italy in the course of over 50 public shows. This now continues in 2012.
For more about the Not-Two Is Peace Dance Event, click here.
This video was narrated by Richard Quinn, Sophia Hoadley, and Keith Ferrone.
Music composed by Naamleela Free Jones.
Image-Art. For more about Adi Da's Image-Art, click here; or read the latest edition of His book, Transcendental Realism.
Not-Two Is Peace. For more on Adi Da's teaching about world peace, read Adi Da's book, Not-Two Is Peace, or visit www.Da-Peace.org. You can also enjoy many related clips in our video/audio library.
Poster: FlorenceDanceCompany Post Date: June 30, 2012
Length: 04:05 Views: 684 Views This Month: 47 Views This Week: 20
Event Date: July 22, 2012
Image-Art Florence Dance Company Bargello Museum peace
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