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Nana Abuladze

2018 Blogs

The Sun of Truth

By on December 29, 2018

“Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holly Spirit,” the priest proclaimed. The chorus chanted:
“Ameen!”
It was the Christmas Eve. As the majority of people…

2018 Blogs

Frankfurt, 20..

By on November 19, 2018

It is called “Lesung” here. Although that’s not my first time, I’m nervous. I’m trying to do what Germans call “sich ablenken” – to think about something else. My…

2018 Blogs

La Cetra

By on November 19, 2018

That was my first time to play with an orchestra. So, I was extremely nervous. I had no idea how it would sound. I also feared that I might…

2018 Blogs

The Play of Eagles

By on November 18, 2018

We are in a long, empty hall that has been built with stones. There are three wood tables in the hall: two of them are long and stand on…

2018 Blogs

The Darkness in the Light

By on November 16, 2018

There’s an idea in the Eastern philosophy that pure kindness doesn’t exist in human beings. As we are all split, neither our feelings nor our actions are whole. So,…