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POST-GAZETTE, AUGUST 31,2012 Page 5 WoV.d on Sa,00 to Present Eight World Music Concerts International Artists Represent Argentina, Bulgaria, Columbia, France, India, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Spain and The United States Series Created by Subhash Malhotra, Founder of Boston International Festival her specialty -- soulful and haunting renditions of caba- ret songs a la Edith Piaf- to popular French tunes and lively Broadway and jazz favor- ites. Annie will be backed by her band of renowned musi- cians, "Les Garcons Musette," all well-known musicians on their own. Saturday, October 6, Pablo Mayor Folklore Urbano Orchestra National Heritage Museum Pablo Mayor Folklore Urbano Orchestra, a New Yrl CJy-based collective of 12 musicians and dancers, is a fresh, sophisticated and wildly entertaining addition to the burgeoning scene of new Colombian music. Pablo Mayor, an accomplished jazz pianist, composer and one of the best known Columbia mu- sicians in the U.S., artfully harnesses the joyful and com- plex rhythms of his country's dance music. The sound is fresh, with wonderfully tex- tured rhythms originating from the diverse regions of Colombia, the Caribbean, the Pacific coasts and the Andes. Saturday, October 6 Newpoli National Heritage Museum Newpoli is an exciting group of exceptionally talented mu- sicians, who perform a joyful mix of traditional folk music and dance from southern Italy. The group has been enthusiastically received in theaters and concert halls throughout the U.S. and Europe, with audiences mesmerized by the vitality, energy and spice of their music. Saturday, October 20 Women of the World National Heritage Museum Ayumi Ueda, a Berklee Col- lege of Music alumnus from Japan, sought to create an in- ternational vocal ensemble of women from all over the world to create music for peace. In 2008, she joined forces with like-minded musicians, All Rapetti from the United States, Giorgia Renosto from Italy and Annette Philip from India, in order to manifest this vision. Complemented by an eclectic band featuring World on Stage will present a Fall series of eight concerts showcasing international musical groups and soloists representing Axgentina, Bul- garia, Columbia, France, In- dia, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Spain, and the United States. World on Stage is the cre- ation of Lexington's Subhash Malhotra, creator of the suc- cessful Boston International Festival, New England's larg- est multicultural celebration. Originally from India, Malhotra came to the United States in 1967. With three master's degrees and having traveled to more than 50 countries, Malhotra has al- ways had an affinity for show- casing and celebrating the rich diversity of world culture present in the U.S. Said Malhotra, "Now, with World on Stage, we are focus- ing specifically on interna- tional music and dance by some of the world's most out- standing young and upcoming artists on the international music scene. Each concert is unique and I know each will offer an opportunity for us to share each other's culture." Saturday, September 29, Voices from the Balkans Regent Theater World-renowned Balkan vo- calist and teacher, Tatiana Sarbinska, will perform an extensive repertoire set to include music from all of Bulgaria's folkloric regions. The former star soloist of the famed Bulgarian Pirin Ensemble and known as the Voice of Pirin in her native country will be joined by her singing partner and accom- panist, Koliu Kolev, a master of Balkan accordion, as well as two of her Boston groups: the Women's Chorus Divi Zheni (Wild Women) and the Men's Chorus and Orchestra Zorniitsa. Saturday, September 29, Annie Royer Regent Theater Annie Royer, a Paris native, has captivated audiences on both sides of the Atlantic with her musical and dramatic talents and her Gallic charm. Her repertoire ranges from NORTH END00 PRINTING 5 PRINCE STREET * NORTH END * BOSTON, MA 02113 Quality Printing for all your Commercial and Personal Needs Stationery * Business Cards * Menus * Flyers Program Books * Wedding and Party Invitations Announcements * Business Forms and Documents -- COMPETITIVE PRICES -- 617-227-8929 Hinako Sato, Noriko Terada and Kazuyo Kuriya from Japan, Sara Cristal Pefia Cof- fin from Mexico, Shirazette Tinnin and Sue Buzzard of the United States, this unique ensemble of women musi- cians has delighted in shar- ing the musical beauty of a diverse series of cultures. From Bulgarian, Cuban, Ladino, Brazilian, African, Indian and Japanese music to spontaneous improvisation and a-cappella interludes, the sound created by this unique group has grown to have a power that moves larger and larger audiences as it spreads awareness of different cultures, music and philosophies. Saturday, October 20 A Palo Seco Flamenco Company National Heritage Museum A Palo Seco Flamenco has burst into the United States flamenco scene with an amalgamation of one of the finest group of flamenco mu- sicians and dancers on stage. Their work combines tradi- tional techniques with a modern, metropolitan flair. The company's productions have received critical ac- claim from The New York Times, New York Theater Wire and Theatre Online, who described the company's pre- miere as "a feast for the eyes and the ears." Saturday, November 3 Sounds of Korea National Heritage Museum The Sounds of Korea el- evates traditional music and dance from their homeland to a higher level. Their striking instruments and colorful costumes are part of the unfolding of the traditional performing arts of Korea -- from Buddhist drumming and shamanistic dance to folk dance and the music of diverse regions. This unique show presents an exceptional range of colorful dances, beautiful songs and exotic music, all from Korea. Saturday, November 3 Sofia Rei National Heritage Museum Sofia Rei has been hailed as one of the most passion- ate, charismatic and inven- tive vocalists to come out of South America. Sofia has a remarkable sound grounded in traditional South Ameri- can rhythms. Singing in Spanish, Portuguese or English, Sofia's voice is as graceful as it is sophisticated, tying together diverse influ- ences in a program full of rhythmic complexity, melody and romance. Her ensemble produces a range of textures as diverse as the cultural roots of its members, an in- tel'national cast that includes some of the most exciting young talents from North and South America. Tickets are now on sale, for both individual concerts and subscription series, at www. For further information, please call 781-861-9730 or 781-910-1590. St. eonard of Port A4aurice ehurch Hosts All Night Eucharistic Vigil IN THE NORTH END - BOSTON The monthly all night Eucharistic vigil will be held at St. Leonard's Parish, Prince and Hanover Street in the (North End), Boston. The vigil will begin on first Friday evening September 7, 2012. This vigil will open with Mass of the Sacred Heart at 9:00 P.M. celebrated by Rev. Antonio Nardoianni O.F.M./IC, Pastor. The intention of this vigil is for Scan Cardinal O'Malley O.F.M. Cap., for all the priests of this Archdiocese, especially for the Franciscan priests of the Immaculate Conception Province. The theme of this vigil is in honor of St Padre Pio's 125  birthday and the 10 a anniversary of his canonization. A discourse will be presented on St. Padre Pio and his guardian angel. Related material from Opus Santorum Angelorum will be distributed to all who attend. The vigil will close with the Mass for the feast of the nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary at 5:00 am. 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