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Alguna cosa així com síndrome d'abstinència

Fa cosa d’uns dies em notava inquieta, com que em faltava alguna cosa, no sabia com explicar-ho. Fins que hi vaig caure: feia un mes que no anava a un concert… 369 more words

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Rufus Wainwright releases “Hallelujah” cover featuring 1,500 vocalists

One of this year’s most beautiful performances was in June when Rufus Wainwright sang with 1,500 background vocalists to perform Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah.” The performance, which happened in the Hearn Generating Station, a decommissioned electrical generating station in Toronto was a part of Choir! 45 more words

News

Go or Go Ahead

Thank you for this bitter knowledge, guardian angels who left me stranded: it was worth it, feeling abandoned. Makes one hardened but what has happened to love?  

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Others That Inspire Me

Hallelujah with ChoirChoirChoir

Just came across a really nice video that was filmed in late June.  It was part of the Luminato Festival in Toronto, which has become one of the largest arts festivals in North America since beginning 10 years ago. 135 more words

Favorite Things

Footprints, Hallelujah

I’ve been “making videos” pretty much since I discovered how to do it over 10 years ago.

“Footprints, Hallelujah” is one of the first I ever made and spent hours editing. 369 more words

Entertainment

Retrospective: Rufus Wainwright- Rufus Wainwright (1998)

Popular music is thickly veined with the values of Romanticism. The dead mass of pop available has made high virtues, nay, necessities, of originality and expressive variety, and as for baring the scalding, unfiltered truths of one’s soul… well, if you’re getting paid as much as Taylor Swift, you’re damn right I want to know how many pins you’ve stuck in your Harry Styles voodoo effigy (and where). 762 more words

Albums

Music and Arts, Stockholm 2016

A good friend and I decided as a birthday treat for me, we’d catch friday’s Music and Arts festival in Stockholm. Patti Smith and Rufus Wainwright, we’re both big fans. 244 more words

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