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“REWA” – “Hope” : a live performance by Choekyi and David December 2, 2012

Posted by KDA in art, Asian Culture, Asian performance, Canadian Diversity, Contemporary Tibetan Artist, culture, Heritage, Himalayan artist, Himalayan music, Multicultural Canada, Musical Performances, Tibetan Artist in Canada, Tibetan Arts and Culture, Tibetan Culture, Tibetan Heritage, World Music.

DreBu, for the 11th annual  Road to Asia Festival 2012 was fortunate to get Choekyi and David perform a Tibetan song, “Rewa” live on stage at a very short notice. It marked our small contribution in celebration of a diverse Asian arts and culture, an integral part of Canadian (and World’s) Cultural mosaic. This is also the third year of our collaborative work with Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre towards making the festival a more vibrant and complete experience for the participants and visitors. 

Visit our photo album  to view more pictures from the event.

OTibet Song Performance R2A 2012 (640x480)ur special thanks goes to the following:

Christine Takasaki – Festival Co-ordinator at JCCC

Dawa and Tsetan Tashi Badheytsang – Sponsorship for Car and fundraising  sell items

Tenzin Choekyi and David Maranan – Performance artists

Ama Dickyi, Ama Pempa and Namsel: Volunteers

Special visitors: Para & family, Nasreen & friend and Ornella

For any questions or comments please contact us at drebu.org (at) gmail.com

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Kalsang Dolma, Creative & Founding Director

Gelek Badeytsang, Communications & Founding Director



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