Noticias de URIALC

CC ETSA, Perú.

30/ Mayo / 2017

 

Miembros del CC ETSA practican Saya que una danza altiplánica que nace de la expresión de los negros mulatos que habitaban las regiones altiplánicas en la época de la colonia, en el Virreynato del Perú. El baile se realiza liderado por una voz cantante, es un estilo de música y danza que puede ser considerado como el producto de la fusión de elementos africanos, aymaras y españoles.


La Saya como manifestación cultural se expandió a través de todo el altiplano, lo que hoy conforman los territorios peruano, chileno y boliviano. Con la desintegración del Virreynato, el Perú fue el principal territorio de difusión. Las características de la Saya son bien definidas. Los hombres entonan, con sus potentes voces, coplas que las mujeres repiten con bellos matices de sus voces de sopranos. Los movimientos del baile son muy cadenciosos y sensuales. Las mujeres con el porte muy erguido, moviendo la cadera y con pasos cortos marcan la coreografía.


El 11 de mayo el CC ETSA participó en las festividades de Carnaval Ayacuchano en Cajamarca. Este evento contó con la presencia de 70 personas, quienes disfrutaron de la presentación de varios bailes interpretados por el grupo.


Adicionalmente Rosa Alva, contacto primario del CC ETSA está impartiendo clases de danza, con una hora y media de duración todos los miércoles a un grupo de mujeres, quienes están muy entusiasmadas con el aprendizaje de la Saya.


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CC Quinaroa 2017.

29/ Mayo / 2017

 

El 14 y 15 de mayo el Círculo de Cooperación Quinaroa tiene acostumbrado salir a las festividades de San Isidro Labrador, desde que la iglesia católica se hizo presente en estas áridas tierras los indígenas le llevan sus presentes a San Isidro, lo acompañan desde la plaza de Pueblo Viejo a su recorrido por las principales calles de Lagunillas hasta llevarlo a la Iglesia Santiago Apóstol. En medio del camino, los indígenas se pierden de la caminata y se juntan en las orillas de su madre laguna para darle sus ofrendas y presentarle sus logros, objetivos, personas, niñas y adultos que se harán cargo de nuevas actividades en el pueblo indígena. Este es el caso de la Karibay (que significa primera mujer) Scarleth Villasmil Guarepe quien ya entro en otra etapa: debe asistir a la Universidad y realizar otras actividades, así que tiene como sucesora a la niña Angélica Contreras Villasmil etapa. Luego vuelven a la caminata para seguir compartiendo con sus familias y amigos. Son fechas importantes ya que todo confluye en un ambiente familiar, son los reencuentros que se dan, muchos de nuestros familiares y amigos sólo retornan a Lagunillas por estas fechas.


El compartir familiar y entre amigos es importante porque de ahí parten las mejores ideas, las bondades de la gente, las planificaciones para hacer mejor las cosas, sobre en estos tiempos, donde la solidaridad, el respeto y la armonía viven tiempos de cambios.


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A chant of Peace.

29 / Mayo / 2017

 

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The II International Festival "A Song for Peace", Facundo Cabral Prize, took place in the city of São Luiz do Paraitinga, state of São Paulo, Brazil, from May 12 to 14, 2017. On the stage of the event were 12 singers-songwriters from Mexico, Venezuela, Colombia, Chile and Brazil, as well as musicians and guests from around the world. It was a great and beautiful event that inspired the public with the musical message of peace, love, harmony and understanding. At each edition, the Facundo Cabral Prize is awarded to a singer and songwriter from the country that hosts the Itinerant festival. This year the honoree was the renowned Gilberto Gil.


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The Opening Ceremony was held at 7:00 pm on May 12, 2017, in the bandstand of Doctor Oswaldo Cruz Square, under the direction of the ceremony master Mostafa Bartar, from Campinas CC. A brief use of speech was made by: Moreno Overá, musician, singer and songwriter, coordinator of the second edition of the festival; Benedito Netto, secretary of culture of the municipality of São Luiz do Paraitinga, representing the mayor Ana Lúcia Sicherle; Enoé Texier, URI coordinator for Latin America and the Caribbean and the coordination assistant Deivid Gomes; the URI Global Council Trustees Sofía Painiqueo, David Limo and Salette Aquino; and producer Cláudio Prado, personal friend of Gilberto Gil, representing him at this event. The speeches were very engaging and excited the audience. Sofía Painiqueo and her daughter Ilwen Painiqueo made a beautiful presentation of Mapuche music, from their indigenous nation in Chile. Moreno Overá and Gerardo Ochoa, the highlight of the first edition of the Festival, sang some songs in honor of Gilberto Gil and Facundo Cabral. Then a video sent by Gilberto Gil was exhibited justifying the fact that he could not receive the prize personally and thanking the honor received.


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In the sequence, Ieda Terra and the Libélua Band performed a wonderful opening show. Ieda charmed the audience with her melodious voice. Moreno accompanied the band with his viola.


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In the morning of Saturday, May 13, 2017, an interfaith table was held at the auditorium of the Cultural Center Nelsinho Rodrigues with the theme "The role of the different religions in the construction of a culture of peace". It was attended by several local religious leaders, some inhabitants of São Luiz do Paraitinga, and URI members: Enoé Texier, regional coordinator; Deivid Gomes, assistant; the Global Council Trustees Sofía Painiqueo, David Limo and Salette Aquino; Graças Nascimento, Alice Gress, Quele Pícoli and Tony Karika, from MIR - Rio de Janeiro CC; and Mostafa Bartar, from Campinas CC. The auditorium was crowded and the participation was intense and constructive.


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On Saturday at 2 pm the Music Show of the singers-songwriters participating in the Festival began: Alfonso Lirikowsky (Mexico), Rodrigo Régis (Brazil), Ángel Díaz (Venezuela), Jairo Morán (Venezuela), Andreamaría (Venezuela), Constanza Liz (Venezuela), Loreto Lorca (Chile), Fernando Salazar Wagner (Colombia), Adrián García (Colombia), Guilherme Moscardini (Brazil), Gerardo Ochoa (Mexico) and Manu Saggioro (Brazil). The artists charmed the audience with their talent and charisma. They did top-quality musical work. Then all the musicians received certificates of participation in the event.


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The final show of the night was performed by Lume de Paraitinga Band, presenting a nice selection of regional music.


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On Sunday, May 14, 2017, at 9 am the Award Ceremony of the Facundo Cabral Prize to Gilberto Gil took place, where all the musicians of the festival sang songs of these indelible names of the world music, that through their songs contributed so much for building a culture of peace. The harmonious interaction of the musicians for this performance was impressive, one of the most vibrant moments of the festival. Then the producer Cláudio Prado spoke in the behalf of Gilberto Gil and brought some memories of the course of life of the honoree. Then the organizing team of the festival, composed by the coordinator Moreno Overá, the coordination assistant Deivid Gomes and the trustee Salette Aquino, together with the trustees Sofía and David Limo, gave the Facundo Cabral Prize to Gilberto Gil through his representative, Cláudio Prado. The trophy was a fine work of art done by the renowned local craftsman Benito Campos, an admirable representation of Facundo Cabral.


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The Closing Ceremony began at 10:30 am at Nelsinho Rodrigues Cultural Center, where several musicians made beautiful presentations: Ilwen Painiqueo, Sofía Painiqueo, Alice Gress, Quele Pícoli, Rafaela Maia, Moreno Overá, Dayra Rio Branco and Amarildo Dias. The closing of the festival was done by the Indigenous Choir of the Araponga Village, from Paraty-RJ. The choir, formed by adults and children, rocked, engaged and thrilled the crowded auditorium. In the last song, everyone joined hands forming a large dance wheel around the hall, a time of great harmony and brotherhood, all together for a world of unity.


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It was 3 days of intense emotions! In addition to the brilliant musical performances, the interaction and harmony between all the participants was very remarkable and significant. The organizing team received numerous congratulations from the public, grateful for this inspiring event. At an evaluation meeting held on Sunday evening at a beautiful inn in the midst of nature, the participating artists decided to form a URI cooperation circle of musicians, for realizing the greatness of this work for the advent of the dreamed kingdom of love and peace.


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United Religions Initiative


Latin America & the Caribbean Region


URI Brazil - Multiple Circle of Cooperation


Campinas Cooperation Circle


II International Festival "A Song for Peace", Facundo Cabral Prize

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May 12-14, 2017 | São Luiz do Paraitinga, São Paulo, Brazil.


Text: Deivid Gomes

Review: Deivid Gomes y Salette Aquino

Photos: Deivid Gomes y Arunam Zanvettor Guedes


 

LAS GRANDES RELIGIONES, UN CAMINO HACIA LA PAZ.

CC Escuela de Amor, Argentina


08 / Mayo / 2017

 

El día lunes 8 de mayo de 2017 a partir de las 18:30 hemos estado en el Instituto Superior de Formación Docente Carmen Arriola de Marin, en la localidad de Beccar, Buenos Aires, para tratar el tema LAS GRANDES RELIGIONES, UN CAMINO HACIA LA PAZ.


Los disertantes fuimos el Profesor Elia, del Centro Islamico de la República Argentina; un señor cuyo nombre no conozco representante del Budismo; Fr. Jorge Alberto Bender, ofm. Guardián del Convento San Francisco y Arieh Sztokman, Rabino.


Cada uno de nosotros expusimos nuestros conceptos de cuáles son los caminos que nos pueden ayudar a encontrar la paz.


Enviado por:

CC Escuela de Amor

Arieh Sztokman, Rabino

"Quien siembra amor cosecha paz"

rabinoariehsztokman@gmail.com

www.ariehsztokman.com.ar


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