Here you are, at the end of your journey, or should we say at the beginning? There are no more places, no more time or movement. You no longer observe life through these external manifestations. You feel it deep within yourself. In the stillness and the silence, you feel united within yourself and with the rest of the world. Welcome this fullness and radiate. 


Music Suggestions

Album name:

Songs from a World Apart

Authors: Lévon Minassian (doudouk player), Armand Amar (composer)
Release date: 2006
About: Lévon Minassian teamed up with Armand Amar, a composer of dance and film music well-known for his original motion picture soundtracks (Amen, Le Couperet, Earth from Above, Live and Become, Indigènes, etc.). His opus, Songs from a World Apart, is the fruit of three years of collaboration. It advances the goal of giving the doudouk new status as a solo instrument and a musical space outside the traditional context.

Album name:

Vivaldi! – Marie-Nicole Lemieux

Author: Marie-Nicole Lemieux
Release date: November 2009
Label: Naïve
About: In 2000, contralto Marie-Nicole Lemieux became the first Canadian to win the Queen Fabiola Prize (1st prize) and the Special Lieder Prize in the Queen Elisabeth of Belgium International Music Competition. These prestigious awards brought her international recognition, allowing her to perform in recitals and concerts with many major orchestras including Orchestre national de France, Orchestre du Capitole de Toulouse, and Orchestre symphonique de la Monnaie.