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Kriste aghdga (Christ is Risen) – Georgian Easter chants

Editor’s Note: This article originally appeared on John Graham’s website featuring his tours of Georgia and Georgian liturgical music. We are reposting it here because it will be of great interest and assistance to any choirs who would like to add Georgian…

New Georgian Chant Tours

Our friends at Georgian Chant have announced two new tour itineraries this summer that sound quite wonderful. Here is their press release: Trip of a Lifetime In celebration of our tenth season, our team has split our original package tour…

Georgian Wonder

I have already posted an article on Contemporary Georgian artists.  But it seems like every week I discover one more amazing Georgian artist doing things in repoussé, wood, stone, enamel or mosaic that very few are able to equal in quality and especially…

Icons from Shells

Here is a surprising video from a Georgian news website of an Archpriest who uses seashells to create decorative images but also icons.  His images are quite “folk” in appearance and composition and the iconography is obviously rather simple as…

Contemporary Georgian Art

There is a facebook page called “Contemporary Christian Art” but most people would not notice because it is all in Georgian script.  Although boasting hundreds of pictures of early art from all of Christendom, the most remarkable aspect to those…