Yesterday, I was one of 20 singers who performed Sounding Ariadne’s Thread, a new composition by Wende Bartley for recorded sounds combined with choir performed in a Chartres-style labyrinth. How cool is THAT?! The pre-recorded sounds on CD were made in sacred sites in Greece, Crete, and Malta. The text for the sung parts of the piece are in celebration of the Goddess and made up of Greek combined with a language of Wende’s own. The composition is based on sacred geometry found in the 11-circuit labyrinth and involves the singers moving into various configurations that honour those concepts. Sounding Ariadne’s Thread is part of a larger cycle called the Temple Project. Here’s a photo of us performing, courtesy of my friend Lorna Young. I’m the one near the middle wearing a cap and holding a green music folder.