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Celebrating the Arts – HIGHLIGHT

Naming and sharing the art that inspires you on the path by Carol Henderson As I drove to work one morning this week, fall colors in the woods on either side, and a silver glimmer bright on the lake beyond, I did what I often do behind the ... continue
Posted November 2, 2016 by CGH

Bandit Soup: A Recipe for Love, Courage and Songwriting – HIGHLIGHT

March is Shambhala Arts month, and the Shambhala Times is celebrating with articles from community members about creative expression. Today’s submission comes from Bill Bothwell as he discusses his journey as a musician and student of the Shambhala dharma. So I am a musician again! Even I want to know ... continue
Posted March 22, 2015 by Dan

The Art of Practicing – HIGHLIGHT

News from The Art of Practicing Institute shared by Madeline Bruser, New York The body and mind are completely interconnected in making music. When you understand and feel the music deeply, your whole body works in a simple, natural way. The mission at The Art of Practicing ... continue
Posted December 29, 2014 by

Making Music Mindfully – HIGHLIGHT

COLUMN: Celebrating the Arts Intercultural Improvisation with the OMG by Alex W. Rodriguez, Los Angeles Since taking up the trumpet at age ten — and the trombone two years later — my life as a musician has taken some interesting turns. None of them, however, has been as exciting ... continue
Posted August 30, 2014 by

At Home on the Road

NEW COLUMN: Living Shambhala Culture This is the first in a series of articles brought to you by the Shambhala Office of Culture and Decorum. We hope that these offerings will bring fresh perspectives on living our principles, invoking drala and enriching culture in our homes, centers and ... continue
Posted July 17, 2013 by

On Composing a Symphony – HIGHLIGHT

Alex at rehearsalPhoto credit: Leslie GossettAn interview with composer Alex Van Gils by Shastri Manuel Medeiros On a warm June evening, the University of California Davis Symphony Orchestra performed their final concert of the season at the elegant Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts on the university campus. Among ... continue
Posted June 30, 2013 by

Shambhala Music-Making: Second Movement – HIGHLIGHT

A Story in 2 Movements by Madeline Bruser David’s Story Sometimes a musician is ready for a major breakthrough. David came to my weeklong summer program at Karme Choling hoping to rediscover the joy he used to feel in playing the viola. Twenty years ... continue
Posted February 28, 2013 by

Shambhala Music-Making: Joining Two Lineages – HIGHLIGHT

COLUMN: In Everyday Life In which we visit with Shambhala practitioners from all walks of life to hear stories about their life, livelihood and how their meditation practice permeates their everyday experience. In this story, presented in two movements, as it were, we find out about the path ... continue
Posted February 24, 2013 by

Dignity – A Concert – HIGHLIGHT

The Shambhala School offers a “Dignity Concert” Founded in 1993, the Shambhala School in Halifax, Nova Scotia offers an enriched curriculum in Grades Pre-Primary through 12. The school was founded by parents and teachers to provide a high quality education mixed with the experience of genuine delight ... continue
Posted February 21, 2013 by

Musical Quintessence and Breath – HIGHLIGHT

Surprise Concert for Shastri Hans Zwart On July 13, 2012, an extraordinary event took place at the Amsterdam Shambhala Centre. Five sonnets, written by Shastri Hans Zwart during a difficult period in his life, were set to music as a classical song cycle and performed live by ... continue
Posted December 31, 2012 by

Stars Fell on Shambhala

an audio tribute by Bryan Wade Recorded during the feast of the Sadhana of Mahamudra of the 24th Paranirvana of Vidyadhara Chogyam Trungpa at New York Shambhala Center, April 4, 2011. Dedicated to all beings. Stars Fell on Shambhala continue
Posted March 28, 2012 by

A Voice Like Honey on Toast – HIGHLIGHT

A music review, by Acharya David Schneider. B his name is Bene and he’s a Buddhist. He lives in Berlin and plays in a band. He plays beautiful keyboards in a number of bands, actually, and teaches and produces and cobbles together a living the way most ... continue
Posted July 25, 2010 by

Band on Tour: Here We Go Magic – HIGHLIGHT

Kristina Lieberson, daughter of Shambhalians Ellen Kearney and Peter Lieberson is on a 7-month tour of North America and Europe with the band Here We Go Magic. The band was named one of Brooklyn’s “Top Forty” in New York Magazine. They will be appearing in many ... continue
Posted March 16, 2010 by

Release of “Windsong”

Silverwolf Records in cooperation with Ashe Records is proud to announce the North American release of ‘Windsong’ an album of songs by singer-songwriter and producer Rachel Faro.  Previously available only in Europe, this is the debut of a newly mastered, resequenced edition with ... continue
Posted September 5, 2009 by

Abastanza, a new release by Andrew Sweeny

After a couple of years of recording and mixing, Andrew has finally made available nearly ALL of his songs and albums – 108 titles.  The newest recordings are Ekstasis and Abastanza!   There are can all be downloaded in zip format for free continue
Posted March 31, 2009 by Jessica Sarapoff


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