The World Poetry Café welcomed the talented Koyali Burman , World Poetry Canada International Cultural Ambassador, in a fascinating interview on the arts, dance, poetry and healing with a focus on Kathak dancing and hand Mudras. Also featured was World Poetry Director Alaha Ahrar with a inspirational message, Poems by Mamta Agarwal , a story by Sharon Rowe, Creative Rocks Tips, by Ariadne Sawyer all under the expert controls of Victor Schwartzman , the sound engineer.
Koyali is a graduate from the University of British Columbia. Besides her rising professional career, Koyali is an accomplished Kathak dancer a North Indian classical dance form. From a tender age of 3, she was fascinated to Kathak dance form. She has also learnt Rabindra Nritya and Mohiniyattam dances. She has received awards and featured in numerous Television, stage performances and radio interview in India and Vancouver.
Being the Cultural Ambassador of the World Poetry Canada International she is creating awareness in Vancouver of glorious Indian classical dance and focusing on exploring connectivity with Kathak, poetry and therapeutic value of one of the Indian dance form. If poetry could come to life, you’d find Koyali Burman dancing and teaching.
She has also reverence for global learning and development and fortunate to have worked with some of the well known women like Frances Ferreira who share her interest in international development.
Koyali also does Healing Workshops in the Vancouver, B.C. Canada area.
Ariadne’s Notes: World Poetry Café celebrated Lozan Yolmosky’s new book Counting Waves with a WP book launch on CFRO 100.5 FM 1 PM PST. A challenging and interesting book launch packed with helpful information about caring and diversity.
Opening Peace Poems read from e-poets Monsif Beroual, Morocco and Lina Zeron, Mexico. A must hear show!
Music and interview of Brian Landrus who phoned in from Brooklyn, N.Y.
World Poetry Team: Ariadne Sawyer, Victor Schwartzman and special volunteer Sharon Rowe.
Lozan Yamolky is a Canadian -Kurdish from northern Iraq. Immigrated to Canada in 95 . She started reciting and writing new poetry in fall of 2013 through open mic. Freelance English, Kurdish & Arabic interpreter.