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Our two CD's of original music and 'Berakah'ed' songs by other artists are now available from all major and minor online download and streaming platforms, such as iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, Deezer, Napster! Now you have no excuse not to have learnt all the lyrics ahead of our next concert.
We are delighted to announce that Berakah Arts has been chosen by The Co Op to be a recipient of it's Local Community Fund. This is a scheme whereby members of the Co Op who live in the London region nominate a charity and then every time they buy Co Op branded items they get
New Choir Term - Starts October 2018 at Richmond and Hillcroft Adult Community College. Last year the Sing for Peace Choir performed at a sold out Central London festival event and at the Houses of Parliament. It's a great way to contribute good vibes to the community and to enjoy singing your heart out.
“ I have been greatly impressed and moved by Berakah's purpose and philosophy. Berakah has the means to appeal to all, to every generation and all societies for it brings us together in Peace and shared musical joy. Ruth Richman was a child in Nazi Germany. Just one incident brings so many thoughts.I see this
We hope to see you at the next one! TUESDAY NOVEMBER 28th PERSONAL PATHS - Stories about individual approaches to spirituality. Comedy from Reverend Maggy Whithouse, talks from Inclusive Mosque. Music - The Berakah Players, Paulina Mikojczyk and more TBC TICKETS - http://www.wegottickets.com/event/418266 SEE YOU THERE! x
One of the highlights of the first Berakah Cafe was the fantastic cellist and newest member of The Berakah Players, Paulina Mikołajczyk, who played this beautiful piece of classical music, The Old Italian Love Song by Sammartini, accompanied by the amazing Mark Hinton Stewart on the joanna. Click on the link to see and hear
During the first Berakah Cafe I read this story as part of the evening's theme on A More Peaceful World. It's from a book called Soul Food, which remains to this day one of my all time favourite books. It's a powerful story so I thought I'd offer it to all our subscribers as a
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