Rumi’s Caravan Returns to Oakland

Event Details

Rumi’s Caravan Returns to Oakland

Time: July 8, 2017 from 7pm to 10pm
Location: Humanist Hall
Street: 390 27th Street
City/Town: Oakland
Website or Map:
Phone: 650-327-5493
Event Type: poetry, and, music
Organized By: Barry Spector
Latest Activity: May 5, 2017

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Event Description

Recitation of world poetry

with Doug Von Koss, Barry and Maya Spector, Larry Robinson, Kay Crista and others,

and musicians Christine Tulis and Suellen Primost


TICKETS: $15.00/Advance, $30.00 at the door


A Poetic Conversation: For over fifteen years Rumi’s Caravan has inspired audiences, weaving together poems by Rumi, Hafez, Machado, Rilke, Yeats, Mary Oliver, Joy Harjo, Naomi Shihab Nye, David Whyte and other poets across the world.


The presenters create an improvised poetic conversation with musical accompaniment. Moving through moods of prayer and grief to humor and celebration, the Caravan always highlights the beauty of the spoken word.


All of our performances benefit local non-profit organizations. This year, our fourth in Oakland, we are proud to partner with the Middle East Children’s Alliance (, a superb organization that provides education, medicine and hope for refugee children in Palestine.


Members of Rumi’s Caravan are available for interviews in the East Bay: Please contact Barry Spector at 650-327-5493.






We would appreciate if you would forward this announcement to your friends and post a copy in your public space or office. Call Barry if you’d like copies of the post card.


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