Dobra Journal

Music in December
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Music in December

Our Tuesday and Thursday music series continues in December (except for Christmas day!). Anwar Ensemble‘s violin, Syrian lute (called the Oud), and assorted accompanists play for the tearoom on Tuesdays at 6:30pm. Thursday evenings bring Robert Resnik and Martha Seyler to sing and play folk music and a little bit of jazz at 7:30pm. We […]

Didgeridoo Performances
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Didgeridoo Performances

Robin Hanbridge has been studying, making and playing didgeridoos for nine years. Learning from and playing with other didg players, he has had the opportunity to perform solo as well as with other local musicians/bands. Shortly after his own healing experiences with the didgeridoo and other vibrational instruments such as the quartz crystal bowl, African […]

Orkestriska's Box Starts Soon
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Orkestriska’s Box Starts Soon

A special show is opening downtown that’s sponsored by Dobra Tea. One of our own devotees is in the starring role! Conceived and directed by Trish Denton, this mixed media production is an ensemble piece set to a score by Burlington-based musician, Randal Pierce. The original compositions will be played live on a Porter Music […]

New Matcha Bowls and Cups
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New Matcha Bowls and Cups

Local artist Laura Baum has created some amazing teaware for us. Hand-made Matcha bowls and some beautiful Japanese-inspired teacups are now available for purchase at the tearoom. These are seriously well-made items. Laura lived in Asia for close to two decades, learning the traditional art styles of China, Nepal, and Japan. She is a painter-turned-potter, […]

Usucha and Koicha
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Usucha and Koicha

If you have ever had green tea ice cream, green tea candy, or green tea health bars, you’re already somewhat familiar with Matcha, the powdered green tea from Japan. What you may not have experienced is how it is served traditionally, nor how deep its roots permeate and reflect most of Japanese culture. The story […]

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